Compared with manual packaging, stretching and wrapping can make your film costs significantly lower, and in general your cost can be reduced to half or two thirds.
For most wrappers, they provide a film transfer system for pre-stretched film. Pre-stretching has a great effect on the production of each roll of film. This is also a savings in cost. The modern film delivery system offers a high pre-stretching of up to 300%. A film delivery system that has a 200 percent pre-stretched stretch, which turns 6,000 feet of film into a long film, can probably turn it into 18,000 feet. In the 15 to 20 times a day, the prestretched film transfer system produces a significant economic effect.
The third method is to optimize labor utilization.
Do you know what it will do for semi-automatic stretching packaging? It can also reduce the amount of work required for each load. This can also achieve cost savings. Generally speaking, if by hand every day to packing is five or more thing you need to do, for you, in the market to buy a semi-automatic stretch wrapper is very necessary. What’s the time and energy saved? It helps in return on investment. At the same time, the risk of injury can be reduced.
If you need to pack 400 times a week, getting workers to spend 30 hours of manual packaging is something you have to do. If you use a semi-automatic wrapper, at least 20 hours of work per week can be reduced. So, what if you use a fully automatic wrapper? Working at least 10 hours a week can be saved. So, you can see how important it is to use a stretch wrapper. If you give someone $15 an hour of stretch wrap, you can save $7,500 a year by just changing a semi-automatic machine.
In fact, we can see that the labor-saving labor can also be transferred to other tasks, even the training of employees. It is also possible to distribute them to sectors that may have Labor shortages.