Packaging Equipment handles high loft materials.

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Opti-Pak 2000(TM) delivers delicate woven and non-woven materials from upstream slitting, laminating or packaging processes to festooned layered box or pallet. Uniform tension to product as it is delivered and stored in layers front to back while being traversed side-to-side results in consistent, square package. Speeds up to 600 fpm may be achieved depending on product and feeding equipment capabilities.



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The New Chase Opti-Pak 2000 Handles Delicate And High Loft Materials While Packaging


WEST WARWICK, RI (December 15, 2001) - Chase Machine & Engineering, Inc. introduces the Opti-Pak 2000(TM) to deliver delicate and high loft woven and nonwoven materials from upstream slitting, laminating or packaging processes to a "festooned" layered box or pallet. This new equipment is designed to improve overall productivity and offers improved material handling benefits in high-speed continuous converting
processes.

A key advantage of the equipment is the uniform tension preserved in the product as it is delivered and stored in layers front to back while being traversed side-to-side resulting in a consistent, square package with high overall stability and efficient use of storage space. Speeds up to 600 feet per minute may be achieved depending on product and feeding equipment capabilities.

The Opti-Pak(TM) 2000 offers higher production throughput by providing a continuous source of material that can be spliced while the consuming equipment/process is running. Thus eliminating expensive flying splice equipment or shutdown conditions. Additional cost savings include warehouse space, damages due to handling difficulties and splicing problems.

Chase Machine & Engineering, Inc. is the world leader in design and manufacture of continuous web ultrasonic machinery, specializing in custom, continuous web manufacturing and handling equipment. Chase Machine & Engineering, Inc. designs and
manufacturers equipment for the nonwoven, textile, filtration, hygiene, medical and geotextile industries. Chase Machine & Engineering, Inc. is located in West Warwick, RI.

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