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Flatwrap Joyner X
This machine has the ability to wrap newspapers flat with plastic that has been pre-printed by your preferred advertiser for home delivery or marketing purposes. in effect creating a new advertising space.,
The Japanese made Joyner X machines are made by Akebono.
MMPD have used these machines within our own newspaper distribution business for the past 48 months in Brisbane with the daily delivery of The Courier-Mail, Australian, Financial Review and Queensland Times.
Adelaide Advertiser/PMP and The Townsville Bulletin have been using these machines within their own stable of titles.
The Joyner X machine can wrap 1,800 units per hour depending on operator experience.
A trial was conducted using a conveyor fed system which drove output to a impressive 3,200 units per hour.
The machine cycles at 1 unit per second.
After 10 minutes of training, the operator can safely change plastic rolls and use this machine with high output.
To change both rolls takes less than 90 seconds.
This machine can wrap totally flat, half fold, triple fold and quarter fold.
You can wrap a broadsheet and tabloid with the masthead showing.
Model : Joyner Super-I (NW-0701)
General dimensions : W645 x D435 x H348mm
Net weight : 37kgs.
Power : 1PH 100V 50/60 Hz (240V power transformer is provided along with the machine)
Electric current : 6A at peak
Electric consumption : Rating value 450W/450W
Value in stand-by 200W/200W
Value in successive operation 280W/280W
Wrapping film to be used : Polyethylene film
High density Polyethylene film
0.008 - 0.015mm thickness
Max. 98mm outside diameter
Core : I/D 38mm, O/D 44mm
Acceptable package : 275mm x410mm x below 60mm thickness
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