FROMM offers a range of standalone fully automatic and semi-automatic polypropylene strapping machines to secure your products and cartons. All models use high-quality PET strapping in 3000m rolls and feature a simple strap tension adjustment to safely secure your products.
We can custom-engineer a strapping machine to meet your operating requirements and budget. Customizable features include high-speed options and conveyor tables for entry and exit.
These arch strapping machines are designed to strap packages quickly and efficiently. It is ideal for use in a variety of industries, including food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, and logistics. It features a user-friendly interface that makes it easy to operate and maintain. It features a durable steel frame and is equipped with a number of safety features to ensure that it operates safely and reliably. The machine is also designed to be easy to maintain, with simple access to all of the key components.
An arch size in strapping machines refers to the maximum size of the goods that can be strapped. It is essential to know the maximum size of the goods to be strapped in order to determine the right arch strapping machine.
Polypropylene Strapping Machine
The main difference between an arch style propylene strapping machines and a tabletop strapping machines is the way they are designed and function.
An arch strapping machine is a more complex piece of equipment that is used to strap packages, boxes, and other items. It has an arch that allows the strapping material to be fed in the Arch around the item to be Strapped. Arch strapping machines are generally used in industrial settings and are designed for higher volume strapping applications.
On the other hand, tabletop strapping machines are smaller and more compact machines that are typically used for lower volume strapping applications. Tabletop strapping machines are typically 110V and come with casters for mobility and use around the entire facility. Strapping is manually fed around the items to be strapped then inserted back into the machine to complete the tensioning, sealing, and cutting operations. Typically used in small businesses and lower-volume production environments.
Arch style strapping machines are used in similar industries to that of semi-automatic tabletop strapping machines when larger volumes of packages require strapping.
Some examples of industries that commonly use arch style strapping machines include retail, food, beverage, e-commerce, printing, logistics, moldings, lumber and distribution.
When buying a automatic strapping machine, there are several factors that need to be considered to ensure that you select the best machine for your specific requirements.
Consider the machine's capacity, speed, strapping material, ease of use, durability, ease of maintenance, safety features, along with cost to ensure that you select the best machine for your requirements.