LASER is Dimac’s new innovation to complete the bundling machine range.
The new Laser series has an innovative design, guarantees high performance and a good reliability thanks to new components and a high resistance frame.
It was conceived to be easy to use and install with better machine parameter control through the touch screen operator panel.
The utmost attention was paid to the film welding and cutting phase by a height adjustable welder that provides the best performance with the various processed products.
Wrapped product is transferred to the highly insulated tunnel for perfect heat shrinking and consequent energy savings.
SUITABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS
Bottles (P.E.T. / GLASS / HDPE)
Cans (ALUMINUM / STEEL)
Pots (P.E.T. / GLASS / HDPE)
Multipacks (CLUSTER, FILM, ASTUCCI)
L@SER F (Up to 20 packages/min) Film Only
L@SER P (Up to 20 packages/min) Pad+Film
L@SER T (Up to 20 packages/min) Tray+Film
Alternating separation system equipped with manual adjustment mechanism easy to operate through hand wheels and manual adjustments.
During size change, welder movement is manually adjusted according to product height to optimize performance.
Standard welding bar width 750 mm.
Upper and lower drive film reels to provide maximum film performance on the product to be wrapped.
Possibility of installing a second back-up reel to speed up film change operations.
Trays or flat cartons are retrieved from the magazine by a special arm equipped with a Venturi system to create a vacuum and relevant suction cups.
Trays are tranferred from the carton magazine by a mechanical rise system and are positioned under the product.
Size change is facilitated by hand wheel adjustments mechanisms.
The front tray flap is folded by two front teeth while the rear flap is folded by two teeth assembled on 2 different chains. Glue is sprayed on the internal part of the flaps which are closed exploiting continuous product movement.
Two fixed bars fold the flaps to complete the tray.
The tunnel was contructed to guarantee maximum insulation and, consequently, save energy.
The utmost attention was paid to internal air flows to avoid turbolences inside the tunnel and therefore heat shrink any type of bundle to provide high quality results.