Press Release Summary:
Foot-pedal operated feeder dispenses Kraft paper, foam, bubble pack, Kimpac, and newsprint at speed of 10 in. per second with accuracy of Â±Â¼ in. Built-in tear bars facilitate manual removal of material, and optional cutting system also available for improved ergonomics. Surface unwind system allows quick loading of new rolls of material without need for roll bars and core chucks. Feeder suited for wrapping and void fill applications.
Original Press Release:
D-Pack Dispensing system
Make your VOID FILL and WRAPPING applications - MATERIAL COST +
DISPENSING/CUTTING COST + MOVEMENT TO AND FROM PRODUCT + STUFFING/WRAPPING TIME X NUMBER OF TIMES YOU REPEAT THE TASK =
TOTAL COST OF VOID FILL OR WRAPPING
Converts Rolls Of Dunnage Into Functional Size Sheets
Eliminate Repetitive Motion Of Reaching And Pulling Out Paper
Improve Worker Efficiency And Productivity
Reduce Dunnage Waste
Save Time On Dispensing, Sizing, Cutting And Stuffing Operations
Dehnco expands its family of cost effective feeders with the introduction of a new feeder especially designed to dispense rolls of dunnage and wrapping materials. Dunnage such as Kraft paper, foam, bubble pack, Kimpac, newsprint and more, are efficiently dispensed to desired lengths at a speed of 10-inches per second. Feeding accuracy is +/-1/4". Feeder is foot pedal actuated.
Built in tear bars facilitate manual removal of dunnage or add an efficient Dehnco cutting system to improve the ergonomics of the system. The unique surface unwind system allows new rolls of material to be loaded in seconds, without the need for cumbersome roll bars and core chucks.
The D-Pack System's repeat-dispense feature assures a new piece of material will always be waiting for your use. It's easy.
Set the length
Tap the foot pedal
A sheet of material automatically dispenses
Tear off the sheet and tap the pedal again
While you use the sheet in your hand, a new piece is being dispensed and will be waiting for your next cycle
It's ideal for both wrapping and void fill applications.
Feeder can be mounted in virtually any position, so the material is always right at the point of use. Typical mounting positions include:
Freestanding on the tabletop
On top or below upper and lower shelves
Suspended over an open box
Over a conveyer
On a portable stand