Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Quick Packaging News: Stretch Wrapping vs. Shrink Wrapping - Understandi...

Quick Packaging News: Stretch Wrapping vs. Shrink Wrapping - Understandi...: When it comes to protecting products, or holding products together and intact for transport; stretch and shrink wrapping are often employe...

Stretch Wrapping vs. Shrink Wrapping - Understanding the Difference

When it comes to protecting products, or holding products together and intact for transport; stretch and shrink wrapping are often employed. Although these two types of wrapping have many differences, they are often confused.   We aim to outline the differences between the two products and under what application they are both utilized.

  
        



What is it?  Stretch wrapping is stretchable plastic film that is wrapped around a load of products allowing it to be stretched; this elasticity holds the load tightly together.   

Shrink Wrapping is covered loosely around a product or load, it shrinks tightly when heat is applied.

What is it made from?  Made from Polyethylene plastic Resin.

What is it used for?  This type of wrapping is usually employed to hold loads and products together on a pallet for transportation or storage purposes. Stretch wrap can come in a variety of specialty films. Some examples are: UV stretch wrap, vented pallet wrap, anti-static stretch film, colored stretch film, pre-stretched stretch film, etc.  This type of wrapping is usually employed to protect a single product from dust or weather; or to tightly combine smaller items together. It can also wrap products together on a pallet.

What are the advantages?           

Protective- This wrapping is secure and protects products from dust and moisture.  It can also protect from sun with UV film options

Cost Effective- Stretch wrap is less expensive than other types of pallet wrapping. Additionally the equipment needed for stretch wrapping is cheaper than other forms of wrapping.

Adaptable- Stretch wrap has a variety of films to suit each application; and it is even appropriate for different types of surfaces.

Protective – Shrink wrap is great for protecting products from weather or moisture damage along with dust and dirt.

No surface damage – If shrink wrapping has been properly applied you should have no issues with chafing or damage during transportation or whilst being stored.

Breathability- Shrink wrap has the option of being ventilated; therefore reducing any damage that can occur from moisture.


Manual wrappers include the extended core with a film extension used as a handle.  Mechanical brakes have a supporting structure with a break resistance system.  Pole wrappers involve an extended pole for easier use.

Stretch wrap machines are suggested when wrapping more than 15 loads per day. Stretch wrap machines help to reduce waste and to increase efficiency.

Semi – automatic machines include turntable wrappers where the load is placed on a turntable and wrapped by film which moves vertically.  Rotary arm wrappers rotate around a still load to wrap.  

Orbital wrappers involve feeding the load though a rotating ring of film.

Automatic wrappers involve conveyer belts and automatic machines to cut and seal the stretch wrap.
A heating machine is essential when using any type of shrink wrap.

Some of the shrink wrap machines available for heating are; heat guns which release a stream of hot air, shrink tunnels which are mounted over or around a conveyor system for the product to flow through, along with ovens.

Heat guns are necessary for more professional looking shrink wrap jobs as shrink wrap properly shrinks at 300 degrees Fahrenheit.



For more information: Quick Pak Inc – PH: 813 242 6995

Quick Packaging News: Banding Stretch Films and Extended Core – Which On...

Quick Packaging News: Banding Stretch Films and Extended Core – Which On...: Quick Pak Inc converts banding and extended core stretch film that is a high quality film with excellent cohesion. It’s a superior cost...

Banding Stretch Films and Extended Core – Which One?


Quick Pak Inc converts banding and extended core stretch film that is a high quality film with excellent cohesion. It’s a superior cost effective alternative to strapping tape and twine.  Our cast extruded banding stretch film is wound on a 3” core and has one plastic dispensing handle/case. Use plastic banding wrap to bundle multiple boxes or a whole pallet full of shipping items. 5” and 20” extended core products come on a 1”disposable core handle which simplifies stretch wrapping, while saving money. 

These products are the ideal choice for users with infrequent stretch wrapping requirements. It is perfect for stretch wrapping small packages

3” and 5”Banding and 5” and 20” Extended Core on a 1” Disposable Core
3″ 18 rolls/case 48 cases/pallet
5″ 12 rolls/case 48 cases/pallet
20” 4 rolls/case 48 cases/pallet
50-200 gauge
Colors and UVI available

Custom sizes available

More info and pricing here at: www.quickpakinc.com

Which Stretch Banding Film is Better?

Monday, October 24, 2016

Litewrapper By Quick Pak Inc

Quick Packaging News: Paper and Corrugated Price Increase

Quick Packaging News: Paper and Corrugated Price Increase: Pulp & Paper announces $40 per ton increase! On Friday October 21, 2016 Pulp and Paper announced a $40 per ton increase. In ...

Paper and Corrugated Price Increase

Pulp & Paper announces $40 per ton increase!



On Friday October 21, 2016 Pulp and Paper announced a $40 per ton increase. In turn we have been notified by our suppliers of up to an 8% increase for all orders of corrugated boxes and mailers placed on or after Monday November 21, 2016

We are monitoring the situation closely with our suppliers and will communicate any new developments with our distributors as more information becomes available.


More info coming soon from Quick Pak Inc – watch this space.  

Friday, October 21, 2016

Quick Packaging News: What Is The Best Stretch Film

Quick Packaging News: What Is The Best Stretch Film: Every application and company is different. Sure, there are commonalities, but there's a lot of detail that film experts and local r...

What Is The Best Stretch Film


Every application and company is different. Sure, there are commonalities, but there's a lot of detail that film experts and local reps consider when suggesting the optimal stretch film for an application. The "best stretch film" is relative - based on your goals, circumstances and expectations.
Film gauge, pre-stretch capability, puncture resistance, tear propagation and other performance characteristics are examples of the specs which the film experts will consider with you as they help to select a film.

There's a basic difference in how films are manufactured though that's interesting to understand as someone who relies on the "system" of stretch wrapping equipment and film to safely deliver your loads to their destination.

Films are either blown or cast.

Let's look at the difference in the manufacturing process. Please note - this is intended to be informative and not to specify one method or material or another.

Film extrusion

All stretch film starts with some polymeric feed stock. Often referred to as resin, the small pellets of plastic material look like BB's and are delivered by rail car or in Gaylord’s.

The chemical engineering of film is a very complex topic and often films include multiple layers - each of which may include different resins and additives.

An example of additives used in stretch film include pigment (for tinted or opaque films used for security), tackifier (to provide 'cling' so the film can stick to itself) and UV resistance (to prevent deterioration of film when products such as mulch and fertilizer are stored outside.)

The extrusion process involves the heating and compression of resin - once melted and at the right temperature for the needed viscosity it is pushed through a die which creates a continuous layer of plastic.

Blown stretch film

Extrusion line for blown stretch film.  

Blown film is created as the thick layer of extruded film emerges from a circular die and a large bubble of air is blown inside. The volume of the bubble, and the original diameter and thickness of the extruded tube determine the ultimate gauge (thickness) of the material.

The vertical bubble, which may be many feet tall, allows the film to cool gradually as it is pulled up by rollers which collapse the bubble and control the thin, flat tube of film as it is wound.
Often in the rewind process the edges are slit off and rolls are slit to width and wound in line as the film is extruded.

This is a vertical process as shown in the schematic.

It's estimated that approximately 20-30% of stretch film manufactured today is blown.

Some stretch film is made with a "cast" extrusion process.

Cast film production involves a different process. In this case the resin is extruded through a linear die and oozes out onto large diameter chilling rollers. (Note that they may not actually be cold, but rather are much cooler than the semi-molten plastic.) Depending on the original thickness of extrusion, sometimes film is thinned to the target gauge by winding the resulting film faster than it is extruded.

This is a horizontal process as shown in the schematic.


Cast film represents the other 70-80% of stretch film manufacturing according to general industry estimates.

Similarities between blown and cast stretch film

When you wonder "How is stretch film made?" often you're really asking "What the difference is between films?" or "Is cast or blown stretch film better for my application?" Those are all reasonable questions, and ones that your local film experts can answer best in the context of your requirements.

The reality is that there are a lot of similarities between cast and blown stretch film. Both types can offer money saving pre-stretchperformance and effective load containment.

Generally both types can handle a range of applications. Looking at the differences between them, though, some application suitability starts to emerge.

Differences between stretch films that is cast vs. blown

For all the commonalities, there are some differences. Every formulation and manufacturers is a bit different, but some general rules of thumb apply.

Blown stretch film tends to:
-Be very resistant to puncture
-Have higher levels of "cling" (how the film 'sticks' to itself)
-Make more noise unwinding

Cast stretch films often:
-Are clearer & shinier on a load
-Unwind quieter
-Resist tear propagation
-There are accepted standards for testing and comparing most of these attributes. You'll often find 

ASTM results referenced on film data sheets.

Clear applications for blown film

The prevalence of cast film (70-80% of the market by general consensus) indicates that it's appropriate for many applications. Its clarity and quiet unwind are appreciated by users.

There is a narrow range of applications which blown film is preferred because of its superior strength - pulp, paper and timber (as well as some other construction products) typically use heavy gauges of blown stretch film.

If your product isn't really heavy and likely to puncture the stretch film, then you can probably start your evaluation considering both cast and blown options.

Evolution of films

Film is getting thinner. Over the last 15 years typical gauge has dropped from 80 (.8 mil) to an industry average of about 65. Advances in film engineering and extrusion technology have both contributed to that change which has been welcome for its source reduction and sustainability impact.

Films today typically have more engineered additives to enhance strength even at very thin gauges. After all, if a 65 gauge film is pre-stretched 250%, it's only 26 gauge as it's applied to the load!
That thinning also creates some manufacturing challenges. Controlling gauge variation as a percentage of 1 mil film is a simpler task than 65gague. A variation of 1 gauge (.01 mil) is obviously a larger percentage for thinner film. More significantly, though, the ability to control the extrusion is technically much more challenging at thinner gauges.

From the manufacturing perspective blown film offers an advantage for controlling gauge variation - the "bubble" is typically rotated as the film is blown and wound. This distributes and mitigates some of the variation.

Is "shrink film" the same as "stretch film"?

People in the industry will know what you mean contextually if you say 'shrink film'? But in industry speak that's actually a specific term for a different kind of plastic - the sort that you might find wrapped around a candle or a video game box. Shrink film is sealed around a retail package and then passed through a heat tunnel which triggers chemical behavior that causes the film to collapse around the package.

Stretch film, in contrast, is used to keep pallets of product intact. It is often "pre-stretched", or stretched by the pallet wrapping machine before the film is actually applied to the load. The film doesn't actually shrink around the pallet. The critical tightness, or wrap force, is controlled by the tension between the load and the film feed.

But most people will know what you mean - whether you say stretch or shrink!

Bottom line

Many companies buy film based on gauge and $/lb (or price/roll.)
There's actually a lot of chemical engineering that goes into the formulation and production of film. 

Every company is under pressure to buy smart. So you'll want to consider not only the price/pound, but a variety of factors that a great rep will explain. These include shape, type and weight of your load; environmental considerations (e.g. wrapping in a freezer); what sort of transport and storage your product will experience; what pre-stretch percentage you expect, and others.


Generally the right formulation, the right gauge and the right pre-stretch are then optimized for the right containment force for your load. With those factors aligned, then a "cut and weigh" process allows you to know precisely the amount of film required to properly wrap each load. (This is an important distinction, because often loads that look shiny and wrapped may not be wrapped according to a containment force spec!)

More information at: www.quickpakinc.com



Quick Packaging News: What is Stretch Film

Quick Packaging News: What is Stretch Film: Stretch film is a type of highly stretchable plastic film, typically made out of linear low-density polyethylene that is wrapped around it...

What is Stretch Film

Stretch film is a type of highly stretchable plastic film, typically made out of linear low-density polyethylene that is wrapped around items to keep them tightly bound. 

One of the main benefits of this type of packaging is that through Quick Pak Inc, this film is available in a variety of different thicknesses to complement many packaging applications.

When Should You Use Stretch Film?


Typically, stretch film is used to hold boxes and pallets together when they are being moved from one place to another. For example, a warehouse may package a series of products into boxes, strap them together using stretch film, and then transport them to a store, so they are available to consumers.

What Size of Film Should You Use?

Different sizes and widths of film are needed, depending on the specific application. For example, 60 gauge stretch film is ideal for smaller objects, like small boxes, that need to be banded together. 

Instead of tape, many moving companies use this type of packaging product to keep boxes and the belongings of their clients in one place in the back of a moving truck.
In comparison, 150-gauge stretch film is extremely strong and provides a high level of puncture resistance. This type of stretch film works well to secure irregularly shaped boxes and heavier loads.

Let Us Help You!


If you aren’t sure what size of stretch banding film you need, let us at Quick Pak Inc: 813 242 6995

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Quick Packaging News: Why Using Stretch Banding Pallet Wrap is Important...

Quick Packaging News: Why Using Stretch Banding Pallet Wrap is Important...: Stretch Banding Film is the process of securing bundles of a product to get them ready for shipment. Extends the life of the produ...

Why Using Stretch Banding Pallet Wrap is Important?

Stretch Banding Film is the process of securing bundles of a product to get them ready for shipment.


Extends the life of the product—When products are properly banded together, they are less likely to become loose and get damaged while they are being transported from one place to another. 

Ultimately, this minimizes loss and can contribute to greater profitability.

Conserves space—By using banding material, manufacturers are able to keep large orders of products in smaller bundles. Not only does this conserve valuable warehouse space, but it also ensures that products can be retrieved easily before a shipment is made.

Promotes safety—Strapping products together is a safety precaution that needs to be taken, especially if the products are stored in racks. If products are not bundled together, there is a greater chance that a product will fall from an elevated height and injure someone down below.


To take advantage of these benefits, it is important to use banding material that is an appropriate strength. When determining the right banding material to use, the weight of the overall bundle and how many boxes are being secured together need to be considered.



For more information about the different types of banding products we keep in stock, get in touch with us at Quick Pak Inc today.

PH: 813 242 6995
www.quickpakinc.com


Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Quick Packaging News: Quick Pak Inc - Home of the FREE Pallet Stretch Wr...

Quick Packaging News: Quick Pak Inc - Home of the FREE Pallet Stretch Wr...: At Quick Pak Inc, we take pride in the fact that we offer an extensive selection of packaging products. If you are looking for different p...

Quick Pak Inc - Home of the FREE Pallet Stretch Wrappers!

At Quick Pak Inc, we take pride in the fact that we offer an extensive selection of packaging products. If you are looking for different packaging options to meet the needs of your customers, some of the packaging products we offer include:



SellaTape packaging tape—Tape is an extremely important part of any packaging operation. We carry tape specifically designed for packaging that is available in many sizes, colors, and lengths.

Revolution Wrappers—when wrapping shipments, customers need a way to successfully secure their loads. We can introduce you to a wide selection of stretch wrappers in Revolution line up.

Poly bags—Customers who make heavy, sharp, or pointed objects, like nails, screws, and knives, use poly bags to package their products. Our poly bags are available in several different thicknesses.

Stretch film—Stretch film is a type of packaging product used to bundle, secure, and stabilize products. When applying the film, it is usually stretched and pulled around boxes or pallets to secure the load. Our stretch film can be supplied to meet your exact requirements for thickness.

Tape dispensers—we carry tape dispensers specifically designed to complement the sizes and lengths of the packaging tape we offer.


In addition to these packaging products, we also offer carton sealing tape, vented film, banding film, hand film, machine film, strapping, and much, much more. 

To find out more about the different industrial packaging products we offer, get in touch with us at Quick Pak Inc today.

3"X 135GA X 650' BANDING FILM WITH PLASTIC HANDLE


3" x 135ga x 650' Stretch Banding Film on 3" cores and 1 plastic handle per case. Handy wrap banding stretch film is made with an extended core for easy maneuvering. This bundling stretch film has a 1 inch diameter core on one side that is less bulky and easier to handle than other stretch film dispensers. Its built-in handle is ready to use right out of the box and is disposable after use. Each roll of plastic stretch wrap is a high quality cast film that is residue free and will stick to itself without any adhesives. Bundling plastic wrap is an inexpensive alternative to wire, twine, tape, or strapping.
Easy to handle core
Disposable after use
No need for adhesives
Can be used in place of wire, tape, or strapping

Qty

6+$35.80
12+$34.11
24+$31.50

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

MIP 380 Poly Strap Tensioner

MIP 380 Poly Strap Tensioner

Quick Packaging News: Resin and Plastics Pricing News

Quick Packaging News: Resin and Plastics Pricing News: RESIN MARKET NEWS Trade analyst predicts on resin pricing for October LLDPE stretch film resin expected to roll flat Also expected to hold...

Resin and Plastics Pricing News

RESIN MARKET NEWS
Trade analyst predicts on resin pricing for October
LLDPE stretch film resin expected to roll flat

Also expected to hold full 5c/lb gain from September

ExxonMobil experiences LLDPE hexene issues at Texas plant  ExxonMobil Chemical is expecting limited availability for some polyethylene film grades and is likely to experience delivery delays due to operational issues at its Beaumont, Texas, plant, the company said in a letter to customers .
Trade News October 2016

RESIN MARKET NEWS
Trade analyst reports on resin pricing for September
LLDPE UP 5 C/LB
PVC - flat no change.

pricing news

Polyethylene
Polyethylene trading was notably lighter than it was during the past several weeks. There was a little lull in producer offerings this week, but not enough to alter market sentiment, which remains slightly negative from this price point. There was previously a good flurry of activity as some processors had run their inventories down and had to restock.

Polypropylene

The Polypropylene market slowed from its active pace and trading volume was only considered about average. PP production was finally reduced in September, largely due to planned and unplanned reactor maintenance; we are just now starting to see a lighter flow of railcar material. While overall resin availability remains ample, processors continue to pick away at resellers’ aged inventories, which have been the lowest priced material in the market

More pricing information here: www.quickpakinc.com


Monday, October 17, 2016

Nano 36 Layer Stretch Pallet Wrap

Quick Packaging News: Packaging and Pricing News October 2016

Quick Packaging News: Packaging and Pricing News October 2016: RESIN MARKET NEWS Trade analyst predicts on resin pricing for October LLDPE stretch film resin expected to roll flat Also expected to h...

Packaging and Pricing News October 2016


RESIN MARKET NEWS
Trade analyst predicts on resin pricing for October
LLDPE stretch film resin expected to roll flat

Also expected to hold full 5c/lb gain from September

ExxonMobil experiences LLDPE hexene issues at Texas plant  ExxonMobil Chemical is expecting limited availability for some polyethylene film grades and is likely to experience delivery delays due to operational issues at its Beaumont, Texas, plant, the company said in a letter to customers .
Trade News October 2016

RESIN MARKET NEWS
Trade analyst reports on resin pricing for September
LLDPE UP 5 C/LB
PVC - flat no change

More information on pricing and great deals here:

Friday, October 14, 2016

Quick Packaging News: Why Buy a Pallet Stretch Wrapping Machine

Quick Packaging News: Why Buy a Pallet Stretch Wrapping Machine: Why replace Hand Wrap with a Revolution Pallet Stretch Wrapper for your Pallet Wrapping Applications. Have you ever asked yourself if ...

Why Buy a Pallet Stretch Wrapping Machine

Why replace Hand Wrap with a Revolution Pallet Stretch Wrapper for your Pallet Wrapping Applications.

Have you ever asked yourself if hand wrapping is the most cost effective, fast and safe way for your packaging applications?


We can give you at least 10 reasons why it is not, and that is time for a Stretch Wrapper!


1.) Consistent and uniform application:
An operator who wraps pallets with hand wrap stretch film is not able to wrap every load exactly the same way, time and time again. A load wrapped by one operator Monday morning will not be wrapped the same way as another operator on Friday afternoon. Pallet wrapping with a Revolution stretch wrap machine eliminates this issue.

2.) Professional Package:
Wrapping a pallet using a Revolution stretch wrap machine produces a clean professional finished product. Pallet wrapping with hand wrap leaves a rather erratic and uneven look. The look of your pallet load on your customer’s floor must project the professional image you want for your company. Pallet wrapping with a Revolution stretch wrap machine eliminates this issue.

3.) Training:
There is a right way and a wrong way to wrap a pallet with hand wrap. Applied incorrectly, hand wrap may crush the product or allow the product to shift during transport. Employee turnover or multiple operators mean that you must continually train employees on how to correctly wrap the loads to ensure customer satisfaction while ensuring they do not injure themselves. Pallet wrapping with a Revolution stretch wrap machine eliminates this issue.

4.) Employee Safety:
Hand wrapping pallets is an extremely difficult job if it is done correctly, and a common source of employee back injuries when performed incorrectly. The human form is not designed to walk hunched over manipulating an 8-10 lbs weight while also trying to pull enough tension into the film to hold the pallet load together. Then 20 seconds later you are holding the same roll of stretch film above your head to do the top of the pallet, again tugging on the film using only your back and arm muscles. Many accidents and work related injuries are caused by hand wrapping pallets. Review OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) stretch wrapping guidelines before making your pallet wrapping decision. Pallet wrapping with a Revolution stretch wrap machine eliminates this issue

5.) Load Integrity:
No one likes hand wrapping. At some point the “good enough” syndrome takes over. Knowing what is required to keep your product unitized during shipping, and while it is on your customer’s floor, is essential in setting your stretch wrapping specifications for your operator’s to follow. When an employee is hand wrapping pallets the responsibility of meeting minimum tension requirements is left up to him. Fatigue, ignorance, training, or lack of motivation can affect the employee’s “good enough” point resulting in potential complaints or damage due to poorly wrapped product. Pallet wrapping with a Revolution stretch wrap machine eliminates this issue.

6.) Damage Control:
As employees deal with the difficulty of hand wrapping the goal becomes just wrapping it enough to get it out the door. Wrapping the load to eliminate damage during transit and at your customer’s warehouse becomes secondary. Pallet wrapping with a Revolution stretch wrap machine eliminates this issue as it wraps the same way every time reducing the potential of a pallet being damaged during transit.

7.) Customer Satisfaction:
Pallet wrapping your product is the LAST operation you perform and the FIRST operation your customer sees of your capabilities as a supplier. Your customer’s perception of your competence as a supplier starts the minute your pallet of product arrives at his dock. Inconsistently hand wrapped pallets can give the perception of a low-end manufacturer. Lowering your standards of production during this last operation can be costly. Pallet wrapping with a Revolution stretch wrap machine eliminates this issue.

8.) Film Savings:
Although the key to stretch wrapping is to make sure that we get the product to the customer intact, we all want to do it for the least amount of cost. With the machine set to wrap the loads with the least amount of stretch film required to hold the load together, you eliminate unnecessary extra revolutions of film being applied by well-meaning operators. At a point, more film does not hold the load better, it is just waste. Pallet wrapping with a Revolution stretch wrap machine eliminates this issue.

9.) Damaged Hand Wrap Rolls:
An expensive hidden cost of hand wrapping is the cost of all the rolls of stretch film that are thrown away because they have been nicked or damaged when thrown to the ground or left lying around. This cost can sometimes be as much as 15-20% of your hand wrap costs. Pallet wrapping with a Revolution stretch wrap machine eliminates this issue.


10.) Quality Control:
By definition, hand wrapping a pallet manually prevents you from obtaining any type of repeatability. Multiple operators, time of day, fatigue and many other variables prevents any type of QC standards. Pallet wrapping with a Revolution stretch wrap machine allows you to either eliminate, or preset these variables. This ensures repeatability, allowing loads to be wrapped to a set quality standard. Pallet wrapping with a Revolution stretch wrap machine eliminates this issue.


Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Quick Packaging News: 18" STANDARD SUPER SEALER & HEAT GUN

Quick Packaging News: 18" STANDARD SUPER SEALER & HEAT GUN: The SuperSealer makes it easy to apply shrink wrap to your products. It is easy to give your products a professional quality look wit...

18" STANDARD SUPER SEALER & HEAT GUN


The SuperSealer makes it easy to apply shrink wrap to your products. It is easy to give your products a professional quality look with a quick application of shrink film using the SuperShrink™ machine. There are currently over 150,000 SuperSealers™ sealers in use today worldwide. Our shrink wrap machine carries UL, ULC and CE approvals as well as an industry leading two year warranty. Just about any product can be shrink wrapped--such as:
  • Books - Protect book covers and pages from getting ripped and damaged by shrink wrapping them before delivery.
  • CD's and DVD's - Protect and cover your media discs from theft by shrink wrapping the case.
  • Pamphlets - Carrying and delivering pamphlets has never been easier when they are pre-wrapped for convenience.
  • Overwrap boxes and packaging - Protect your contents from spilling or breaking with shrink wrap.
Our portable SuperSealer™ shrink wrap machine is easy to use and requires no assembly. Just plug it in and you're ready to wrap. It's lightweight, sleek and is built to last.

SKU:SS-18SS
Your Price: $359.  Buy Now!


Wrapping Extra Heavy Pallets by Roping the Stretch Wrap

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Quick Packaging News: Best Price on Cast Machine Grade Stretch Film

Quick Packaging News: Best Price on Cast Machine Grade Stretch Film: Best Price on Cast Machine Grade Stretch Film For loads and equipment demanding only the best high performance cast films, we have...

Best Price on Cast Machine Grade Stretch Film

Best Price on Cast Machine Grade Stretch Film


For loads and equipment demanding only the best high performance cast films, we have the Perform XL High Performance Cast Machine film that will outperform almost any other film.  Perform XL is available in 63, 70 and 80 ga and available in 20” roll widths.

20” x 63ga x 5000’ (50 roll per skid) - $33.00/roll delivered on pallet quantities.
20” x 70ga x 6000’ (40 roll per skid) - $39.00/roll delivered on pallet quantities.
20” x 80ga x 5000’ (40 roll per skid) - $37.50/roll delivered on pallet quantities.

Keep in mind, these are only our initial films listed for our special offer pallet wrap film program. If you have a specific roll width, film gauge, or roll footage (put up) that you need, let us know. 

Free Shipping on Pallet Wrap Film!

No freight charges or ‘drop off” fees when you purchase this special deal.  Every price shown is 
DELIVERED with no additional cost.


You can point and click and pay with your MC, Visa or Amex credit card of choice or we can help you do a onetime set up on an open account for invoice billing of your purchase order. We’re almost as flexible as our films so tell us how you prefer to do business and we will do our best to make it possible.


PH: 813 242 6995


Best Price On Cast Machine Film at Quick Pak Inc

Quick Packaging News: Free Pallet Wrapper that Wraps a Pallet in Seventy...

Quick Packaging News: Free Pallet Wrapper that Wraps a Pallet in Seventy...: REVOLUTION HD HIGH SPEED STRETCH WRAPPER (20/63/5000) Quick Pak Inc is proud to introduce the new Revolution HD our HEAVY DUTY Seri...

Free Pallet Wrapper that Wraps a Pallet in Seventy Seconds!

REVOLUTION HD HIGH SPEED STRETCH WRAPPER (20/63/5000)


Quick Pak Inc is proud to introduce the new Revolution HD our HEAVY DUTY Series, the latest addition to the Revolution Line of quality built stretch wrapping machines.  The new Revolution HD has been designed to provide the same standards of durability, reliability and performance as the rest of the Revolution line.
It is by far the most cost competitive power pre-stretch machine in its class, with a maximum turntable speed of 15 RPM.
Revolution HD Power Prestretch Machine free of charge with Film Order:
Buy 250 rolls (5 pallets): 20" x 63ga x 5000' - 50 rolls per pallet
Cost: $59.00/roll x 250 rolls = $14,750 Total
The 250 rolls of film ships FREE Freight.  
** Freight and a $250 crating charge apply to the machine **  

Built Tough with Heavy Duty steel for industrial applications. No plastic panels or covers to crack and fall apart. No belts to wear and dry out. This is the TANK of stretch wrappers (all chains and steel).
The Revolution HD model is well-suited for loading by either fork lift or by pallet jack with an available ramp option. The Revolution HD includes the proven Constant Contact S-Pattern film delivery system which stretches the film 250% prior to applying the film to the pallet.
The S-Pattern constant contact carriage is guaranteed to hold the film during the prestretching process and the film will not slip.

Features and Specs:
-Eliminate the need for labor intensive, inefficient manual hand wrapping
-Wraps pallet loads (55” x 55” x 86” H max.) weighing up to 4,000 pounds
-Variable turntable speed: maximum 15 RPM
-Adjustable Top and Bottom wrap count (1-9)
-Variable speed carriage to apply more or less stretch film
-Forklift portable (front and back) design for easy machine transport
-Easy to use control panel all knobs and buttons
-Available loading ramp for pallet jack or walkie loading
-250% film pre-stretch to reduce film cost and increase film strength
-Load height sensing photo-eye stops carriage at top of each load
-Rugged HEAVY DUTY steel construction for long-term reliability
-12-Point roller cam turntable support for reliable operation
-Heavy-duty industrial chain drives turntable and pre-stretch carriage
-Dual chain film carriage drive enclosed inside mast
-Home position alignment stops turntable is same position each cycle
-Powered pre-stretch film carriage is easy to load Constant Contact S-Pattern
-Manual jog controls for turntable, film carriage
-Power Requirements: 120V / 1Ph / 60Hz / 20A dedicated service.
SKU:Revolution HD High Speed Stretch Wrapper (20/63/5000)

Free Pallet Wrapper that Wraps a Pallet in Seventy Seconds!

REVOLUTION HD HIGH SPEED STRETCH WRAPPER (20/63/5000)


Quick Pak Inc is proud to introduce the new Revolution HD our HEAVY DUTY Series, the latest addition to the Revolution Line of quality built stretch wrapping machines.  The new Revolution HD has been designed to provide the same standards of durability, reliability and performance as the rest of the Revolution line.
It is by far the most cost competitive power pre-stretch machine in its class, with a maximum turntable speed of 15 RPM.
Revolution HD Power Prestretch Machine free of charge with Film Order:
Buy 250 rolls (5 pallets): 20" x 63ga x 5000' - 50 rolls per pallet
Cost: $59.00/roll x 250 rolls = $14,750 Total
The 250 rolls of film ships FREE Freight.  
** Freight and a $250 crating charge apply to the machine **  

Built Tough with Heavy Duty steel for industrial applications. No plastic panels or covers to crack and fall apart. No belts to wear and dry out. This is the TANK of stretch wrappers (all chains and steel).
The Revolution HD model is well-suited for loading by either fork lift or by pallet jack with an available ramp option. The Revolution HD includes the proven Constant Contact S-Pattern film delivery system which stretches the film 250% prior to applying the film to the pallet.
The S-Pattern constant contact carriage is guaranteed to hold the film during the prestretching process and the film will not slip.

Features and Specs:
-Eliminate the need for labor intensive, inefficient manual hand wrapping
-Wraps pallet loads (55” x 55” x 86” H max.) weighing up to 4,000 pounds
-Variable turntable speed: maximum 15 RPM
-Adjustable Top and Bottom wrap count (1-9)
-Variable speed carriage to apply more or less stretch film
-Forklift portable (front and back) design for easy machine transport
-Easy to use control panel all knobs and buttons
-Available loading ramp for pallet jack or walkie loading
-250% film pre-stretch to reduce film cost and increase film strength
-Load height sensing photo-eye stops carriage at top of each load
-Rugged HEAVY DUTY steel construction for long-term reliability
-12-Point roller cam turntable support for reliable operation
-Heavy-duty industrial chain drives turntable and pre-stretch carriage
-Dual chain film carriage drive enclosed inside mast
-Home position alignment stops turntable is same position each cycle
-Powered pre-stretch film carriage is easy to load Constant Contact S-Pattern
-Manual jog controls for turntable, film carriage
-Power Requirements: 120V / 1Ph / 60Hz / 20A dedicated service.
SKU:Revolution HD High Speed Stretch Wrapper (20/63/5000)