Machine Stretch Wrap Film

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Machine Stretch Wrap Film

Choosing the right machine stretch wrap film for your business can be a daunting task. There are many things to consider such as how many loads you are currently wrapping and how many loads you see yourself wrapping in the future. You may also want to consider the type of loads you will be wrapping, whether the boxes are heavy, light, or fragile. Toronto Stretch Wrap and Danshar Polybag and Resin Inc. can help you find answers.

Our machine wrap is produced to provide optimal levels of stretchability, durability, and puncture resistance. This stretch film boasts superior cling, while delivering high holding load force. Our machine wrap can help your business increase stretch film yield and professionally package your pallets. This stretch film is easy to apply, has clear optics, and is quiet when unwound. Decrease your wrapping time by ordering our machine wrap. We recommend our machine wrap for use with automatic stretch film machines.

Machine Stretch Wrap Film Benefits

There are many benefits to using machine stretch wrap film. Stretch wrap is one of the most popular ways to wrap boxes on a pallet for shipment. Stretch wrap is cost effective and less expensive than other types of pallet wrapping. Stretch wrap also offers superior protection for shipments. It is adaptable and can accommodate many load applications as well as many different surfaces.  In addition, stretch wrap offers secure wrapping options for loads. Stretch films protect loads from accumulating dust, moisture, and debris and UV stretch films protect loads from the sun. Stretch wrap is also environmentally friendly and can be recycled.

Machine wrap has more stretch rate than hand wrap with an over 250 percent stretch rate. Using maximum tension on the stretch wrap machine, machine film containing 5000 feet can be stretched up to over 17,000 feet. This allows for reduced waste and is cost-effective. These rolls have a have superior stretch rates, excellent load containment, and tear resistance. Our cast film is constructed of five layers, allowing consumers to downsize in thickness while allowing for the same load stability.


Platinum Max Shrink Wrap - available in various sizes

What is Machine Stretch Wrap Film?

How is machine stretch wrap film related to stretch wrap? It is defined as a cast stretch wrap film that is co-extruded. The wrap is designed for use on simple pre-stretch rotary and core brake machines at up to 150 percent stretch. The inside face of this wrap has high cling and the outside face has low cling. Because our film is produced through the cast extrusion process rather than the blown extrusion process, this wrap has minimal noise when unwound. Toronto Stretch Wrap and Danshar Polybag and Resin Inc. offers only cast film, which is not only better quality than blown film but also effectively reduces costs for consumers.

Ensure your machine stretch wrap film is properly threaded onto the stretch wrap machine. Should your device contain a pre-stretch head, you are likely to acquire a 250 percent stretch rate. Using the machine tension knob, it is possible to attain a 200 percent stretch rate.

Different Types and Sizes

Toronto Stretch Wrap and Danshar Polybag and Resin Inc. currently offers StretchMax, PlatinumMax, Pro-Max, and Axis Stretch Film. It is available in:

  • Different gauges or thickness
  • Lower gauges with high puncture resistance
  • One- or two-sided cling
  • Light gauges with high load containment

Our machine wrap stands out for the following qualities:

  • True gauged cast machine stretch wrap
  • Excellent puncture and tear resistance
  • An up to 250 percent stretch rate
  • High performance machine film
  • Exceptional pre-stretch levels
  • Standard 3-inch core
  • Proven performance on all machines
  • Clear level of optics

Machine stretch wrap rolls often range from 20 inches up to 80 inches wide. These rolls are wider than their standard 18-inch hand stretch wrap counterparts. Machine stretch film is also longer than hand stretch film. Machine stretch wrap rolls contain approximately 5000 feet of film. There are some machine wrap rolls which contain up to 9000 feet of film.

With many different options of available on the market, it can be hard finding one that works best for you. Should you use thicker or thinner wrap? Does your merchandise need a one- or two-sided cling? We carry many types of stretch film that are certain to meet with your criteria and intended application. Stretch film usage is essential for optimizing the palletization process. Our machine stretch wrap film rolls have tensile strength, pre-stretchability, and are available in true gauged thickness. There are many factors you may want to consider before making a final decision, which will have an impact on your machine stretch wrapping efficiency.

Our product specialists will be glad to assist you in making an informed decision as you weigh out your available options. We discuss the requirements you have for the success of your operations. This includes load and product type, wrapping procedures, operating, and storing pallet loads, as well as shipping conditions. We offer discounted prices for pallet orders of machine stretch wrap film rolls. Our standard size rolls come with approximately 40 rolls per pallet. Contact Toronto Stretch Wrap today and we can help you find machine stretch wrap film that best suits the needs of your business.

Please contact us for quotes.


More Toronto Stretch Wrap Products

2899 Steeles Ave. W.,
Units 9 & 10,
North York, Ontario
M3J 3A1

905-669-0157

Fax: 1-855-669-6184

For skid quantities of stretch wrap, resin, or plastic bags only, please call
416-993-6804

orderdesk@torontostretchwrap.com

By appointment.



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