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Taking stretchwrap further

12 December 2012

Pallet stretchwrap manufacturer, bpi.films, has launched a new product which is said to help those using standard stretchwrapping machines to boost their green credentials, reduce costs and improve efficiency.Wrapsmart

Pallet stretchwrap manufacturer, bpi.films, has launched a new product which is said to help those using standard stretchwrapping machines to boost their green credentials, reduce costs and improve efficiency.Wrapsmart Max (WSmax) is designed to offer the performance of a conventional stretchwrapping film but from a far thinner film profile.

Louise Aplin, marketing manager at bpi.films says: "bpi.films has been a leader in the development and application of downgauging technology for some time.We have extended the benefits offered by the Wrapsmart hand film range to an innovative machine film version which literally goes to greater lengths to help businesses reduce their environmental impact, cut costs and improve efficiency levels - and all without any compromise on packaging performance." As it is thinner, bpi.films is able to wind more WSmax on to a standard roll. Each reel offers 2800m of film meaning a typical pallet of 60 reels equates to 100 miles worth of film.

The greater length of film per reel allows more pallets to be wrapped with fewer stoppages for reel changes, maximising machine and operator output.WSmax is said to be lighter than conventional machine film weighing 9.5kg compared to a typical 17kg standard machine roll.

WSmax, in common with all of the pallet stretchwraps manufactured by bpi.films is 100% recyclable.
 
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