Muller LCS, manufacturer of both innovative equipment and material load containment solutions, introduces an economical solution for wrapping pallets with its new RaptorTM HPL high profile turntable stretch wrapper. The Raptor HPL is an intuitive and reliable wrapper that has the additional benefits of having Muller’s popular branding tool, Logo WrapTM, and a roping device built in. Logo Wrap, previously only available as an option for the Octopus line of ring stretch wrappers, will promote one’s brand on pallet loads, reduce tampering of product with its one-of-a-kind film, shield product visibility and can be applied anywhere on the load. In addition, Logo Wrap minimalizes waste and labor typically involved with hand-applied stickers and labels and maintains its durability by withstanding the outdoor elements. The roping device feature further ensures greater load containment by tying the load to the pallet.
“The new Raptor HPL was designed to provide more personalization in our innovative wrapping solutions, while providing the same level of efficiency, simplicity and safety our customers have grown accustomed to in our Raptor semi-automatic and automatic stretch wrapper models,” says Neil Weisensel, Brand & Marketing Director, Muller LCS.
The heavy-duty, semi-automatic machine, which can wrap up to 35 loads per hour, has an elevated turntable platform (ideal for high debris and harsh environments), intuitive controls and an easy-to-use interface. Furthermore, the patented strain gauge technology allows for electronic film feed and optimized handling on pallet load corners. The turntable also contains a lubrication free power pre-stretch carriage with variable pre-stretch levels from 100% to 300%, guaranteeing users optimal film usage while preventing film breaks and product damage.
“At Muller, our greatest asset is our customers, so we consistently strive to exceed their expectations,” says Weisensel. “With the Raptor HPL making it easier for customers to identify, brand and protect their products, we believe we’ve done just that.”