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Power stretch turntables provide 300% more film

26 May 2011

Polythene UK’s latest ‘Power stretch’ turntables, can stretch film by up to a massive 300%, providing the user with significant cost savings

Polythene UK’s ‘Power stretch’ turntable is said to be a more advanced machine than standard turntables. It’s designed for companies who pallet wrap on a larger scale, and a machine that makes full use of the company’s new ‘300% power stretch film’ launched earlier in the year.

James Woollard, Polythene UK’s Managing Director, says: “Power stretch is the most cost effective method of stretch wrapping pallets and gives the best load containment. Our latest ‘Power stretch’ turntables and our new ‘300% power stretch’ film make for the ultimate combination in film stretching.”

Indeed, when Polythene UK’s ‘300% power stretch’ film is fed through a set of four rollers, the machine stretch film is then tied to the bottom of the pallet. Their ‘power stretch’ turntable is then started, where the rollers come away from each other stretching the film by up to 300%.

James adds: “I’m so convinced our turntables are the best around, I’m even offering one of our machines for free for any company who signs a three year deal to use our machine stretch film. We guarantee to provide customers with the highest yielding films in Europe, and on a like for like basis we’re the cheapest there is for this type of film.”

He continues: “For any business who uses film on a regular basis, and is looking for the best in quality and cost, then our turntables and film provide the perfect solution. It’s a no brainer.”


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