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It's a wrap for Müller

02 November 2012

Needing a new compact pallet wrapper for its repack hall at Market Drayton, Müller Dairy placed an order with Linkx Systems, on the basis of pricing offered, but also of the service and support offered by Linkx Systems in relation to other machines on the site

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The pallet wrapper supplied to Müller Dairy is a compact and cost-effective Siat by Linkx SW2L machine that has been customised to maximise commonality of parts with other similar machines already in use on the site. This simplifies maintenance as well as eliminating the need for additional spares to be purchased.

The new pallet wrapper is capable of handling CHEP and Euro pallets with a maximum height of 1.75 m at speeds of up to 20 cycles per hour. To meet Müller Dairy’s operational requirements, the machine includes a stretch system and automatic cut off and it has been supplied with a custom ramp that allows easy access by electric trucks as well as standard pallet trucks. The custom ramp has also been configured to give exceptionally smooth transfer of pallets to the turntable.

With a design that allows easy and unimpeded access, as well as total operational visibility, the new pallet wrapper is suitable for single and double wrapping, and provides a choice of four operator-selectable wrapping programs. It offers high accuracy and total repeatability combined with low running costs, and its maintenance requirements are minimal.

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