Number of Phases: 1
Frequency (Hertz): 50
Power Draw (Watts): 900
Net Mass (kg): 250
Packed Mass (kg): 260
Packed Length (cm): 155
Packed Width (cm): 80
Packed Height (cm): 95
Fully-automatic Strapping Machine
A standard fully-automatic strapping machine is intended for making a box secure with plastic (polypropylene) strapping, in an automated production-line environment.
It has advantages in less-automated environments, also.
The pack needs to fit through the arch, which has inside width of 850mm and inside height of 600mm.
The advantages of this model are:
• Less need for labour.
• Can run unmanned.
• Quicker operation (27 straps per minute).
• Quicker loading of rolls of strapping.
• Design specifications and build quality even better than our well-known PW316HS.
• Apply tension up to 90kg.
• Suited for 24-hour continuous operation.
• No lubrication or maintenance service required.
The surface height of this model is 0,86m – which is a convenient height, taking into account that there is no need for an operator to reach a hand over the top of the pack.
When buying a strapping machine, keep in mind that the cost of using the machine will be about 10 cents per box (for 2 straps per box). This will be true, whether you select a Packway machine, or a machine made with inferior components. The Packway standard fully -automatic strapping machine is far less likely to break down, than are most other brands of machine that are readily available in Africa.
The care of the machine is simple:
Avoid having liquids or grit fall into this machine. In an unfriendly environment, use PW0660YTR.
Use the strapping we import from Taiwan, or use strapping of the same quality.
If the machine makes a loud or unusual noise, or misbehaves in any way, do not continue to use it, until we have advised you to continue.
With our strapping machine, cared for as mentioned above, your overall cost per box will be less than with most other machines, and you will have few disruptions of production.
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