Packaging equipment and machinery

Semi-automatic

Semi-automatic wrappers require an operator to perform most of the steps. In fact, the operator places the pallet on the machine’s work surface (turntable models) or on the ground (rotary arm models), gets off the forklift to attach the film to the pallet, and activates the machine from the control panel. Once the cycle is completed, he or she tears the film and fixes the loose end to the load, and then unloads the pallet from the machine.

  • Wulftec turntable

    Wulftec semi-automatic wrappers deliver unparalleled quality and stability, and are intended for clients who value reliability, performance, and durability. They come in two versions: manual or automated film handling. Turntable stretch wrappers are typically less expensive than rotary arm models and take up less floor space.

  • Cavalier turntable

    The Cavalier stretch wrapper is the ideal machine for standard operations in a regular production environment. With its excellent quality-price ratio, this wrapper is perfectly suited for clients who wrap a maximum of 20 pallets a day, but who nonetheless want a high-performing, cost-efficient solution.

  • Wulftec rotary arm

    Compared to turntable models, rotary arm models are ideal for wrapping very light or unstable loads. They come in two versions: manual or automated film handling.

  • Rotorap orbital stationary

    The stationary orbital wrapper allows you to wrap a pallet without the operator needing to remove the pallet or get off the forklift.