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Banding/wrapping is the act of applying multiple wraps of stretch film to a certain area of a load to reinforce and/or unitize a number of layers or products.
Bottom Wrapping cycle
The revolutions of film applied by a stretch wrapping system to the lower layers of a pallet or load. Typically more than one revolution is applied to this area to increase the load stability of the unitized load.
Brake film carriage
A mechanical film carriage that provides a resistive force that reduces the film feed rate being supplied to the load.
Dancer Arm
Is a pivoting roller that measures the film feed requirements of the pallet product. As the pallet rotates, the stretch film needs to accelerate and decelerate around the corners to maintain a constant film tension on the load. The dancer bar pivots as the load demands more or less film fed. This is one common method by many manufacturers to measure this film feed requirement.
Film Feed
As a film is applied to a load the speed or velocity at which it is applied is called film feed. The feeding of the film is rarely constant as it must be accelerated and decelerated to compensate for the corners of the load to keep the film tension constant. Without this corner compensation feedback the film tension would increase as at the corners causing potential damage or film breakage issues.
Film Tension
Film tension is the retaining force applied by the stretch film on the product being wrapped. This tension is typically measured in pounds. Film Tension is created two ways. The second method is by delaying the film feeding out of the carriage. During wrapping the film is fed out at a constant tension. By delaying the response of the film carriage feed, operator electronically increase the film tension.
Film Force Release
A feature typically used on automatic stretch wrapping equipment whereby the film force feature is disabled for a time at the beginning and end of the cycle. This feature prevents unwanted tension at the two points during the cycle where added tension would create problems. The stretch film pulling out of the clamp at the beginning of the cycle and the detaching of the trailing tail at the end of the cycle are typically remedied by film force release.
Film Memory
Film memory is the key reason for prestretching stretch film. Prestretching stretch film creates a memory in the film, which causes a continuous elastic effect as the film tries to return to its unstretched self. This ensures that the load integrity is maintained even as the load shifts or settles during transit. It is this film memory that differentiates prestretched film from non-prestretched film or other means of unitizing. For instance, settling that occurs during shipment can loosen other methods of unitizing (strapping) where prestretched film memory takes up the slack and continues to secure the load.
Film Tail
The film tail is the stretch film end piece that is applied to a pallet or load to start a wrapping cycle. It is also the stretch wrap end piece created when cutting the film at the end of the wrapping cycle.
Home Position
Home position is the position of all the moving sub assemblies on a stretch wrapping machine when they are at rest and ready to begin a new cycle.
Idler Roller
Idler rollers are used to bias the stretch film direction as it travels through the prestretch carriage. In some cases it is to ensure that the stretch film is maintained against the prestretch rollers to prevent the film from slipping by the prestretch roller.
As stretch film is applied to a load the stretch film is typically applied so that the next layer of stretch film is applied over the previous layer. This overlapping of film layers increases load retention. By slowing the vertical movement of the stretch film carriage the larger the overlap created.
As the stretch film reaches the top of the load, the vertical movement of the carriage can continue so that the film angles over the top of the load. The stretch film on top creates a downward force on the pallet load. This is also used when a plastic top sheet or corrugated top cap is applied on the top of the load to lock them in place.
Prestretch is the process of stretching the film in a prestretch carriage prior to (Pre-) applying it to the load to be wrapped. As the stretch film passes through the carriage it threads past two rubber rollers (Primary roller & Secondary roller). The secondary roller is usually larger than the primary roller and its rotational speed is geared to be faster than the primary roller. This differential of speed where the secondary roller is pulling the film from the primary roller causes the film to stretch between the two, thus prestretching the film between one and the other.
Prestretch film Carriage
Is the assembly n a stretch wrapper that stretches the film prior to applying it to the load. Located on a vertical traveling slide, the prestretch carriage applies a spiraling layer of stretch film to the load thus encapsulating the load in stretch film.
Primary Roller
Is one of two rubberized rollers located in the prestretch carriage used to create prestretched film. The primary roller is the first rubberized roller the film passes by and is usually the smaller of the two. Its speed is also geared slower than the secondary roller.
Gathering the full width of the film using a bar or roller so that it creates a “rope” is called roping. Stretch film that has been roped is nearly unbreakable and is most often used to lock a pallet to the product. Kingon wrapping machine has two choice,one method is pneumatic roping unit,normally used for full-automatic wrapping machine such as in-line wrapping machine,rotary arm wrapping machine etc.,another one is driven by motor,normally used on standard pallet wrapping machine for good adaptability.
Secondary Roller
Is one of two rubberized rollers located in the prestretch carriage used to create prestretched film. The secondary roller is the second rubberized roller the film passes by and is usually the larger of the two. Its speed is also geared faster than the primary roller.
Tension stretch
Tension stretch is the method of stretching film by pulling while the film is applied to the pallet product. Although this increases the film force, the load being wrapped limits this tension. Empty PET bottles or light boxes will be crushed or damaged by high-tension stretch. Layers of product can be swept of a pallet and film breaks also increase as the tension stretch is increased.
Top Sheet Dispenser
this machine used to cover a layer film on the top of product to provide a water resistant layer.
Top wraps
Top wraps are the extra revolutions of stretch film applied to the top portion of the load to be wrapped. As the top layers are susceptible to shifting in transit extra layers of stretch film (top wraps) is applied. These extra revolutions are typically set using the top wrap counter located on the control panel.
Remote control
Kingon basic wrapping machine equiped remote controller.operator do not need close to machine and press any button,this could save much more time.
Variable Frequency Drive
A device used to provide full control of an AC motors shaft rotation speeds.Features include, display diagnostics, multiple step speed control features and fully reset-able from voltage problems such as power surges.
Wrap parameters
Kingon wrapping machine wrap parameters are the variable settings on a stretch wrapping system that can be adjusted to meet the load retention requirements of the product to be wrapped. These parameters typically include settings like: Top wraps, bottom wraps, film carriage vertical speed, turntable (or arm rotation) speed, and film force.


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