From simple wrapping table to fully automatic wrapping - this upgradeable wrapper is what you need
Folio ream wrapper expertise for paper & board converters
The new GRSX (Grande Risme Super Excellent) clearly brings together the long-standing experience of the Wrapmatic product line. This new low and medium capacity wrapper was designed for companies starting their business with a future growth plan ahead or for those converters that currently are hand-wrapping their products and need to reduce labor overhead expenses.
3 base versions - scaled to your need
The GRSX is available in three base, upgradeable versions:
- Wrapping Table: A mainly manual machine that greatly improves the product quality compared to hand-wrapping. The ergonomic infeed and wrapping height reduces operator fatigue. And with its automatic cutting of wrapping material to selected length and width as well as automatic palletizing, the output is at 3-4 reams per minute
- Semi-automatic wrapper: Automatic girth gluing, end gluing and folding are added to the wrapping table - increasing the output to 8 reams per minute
- Fully automatic wrapper: Once your business flourishes, you can upgrade your GRSX to become a fully automatic ream wrapper including automatic girth folding
What all versions have in common: simple and ergonomic operation, quick changeover functions requiring no tools, precision adjustments for constant and high wrapping quality.
Infeed stack and palletizing options available
Based on the product sizes you need to wrap, the GRSX can be optionally configured for single, double or even triple stack infeed. An optional conveyor is required for more than a single stack. At the palletizer, a double/quad stack configuration is available as option, providing full flexibility for product sizes wrapped.
Maximize your ROI significantly - by increasing product output and reducing the number of operators
Without investing in a new folio ream wrapper, you can just later upgrade your GRSX to a semi or even completely automatic wrapper. And adding a second machine means
doubled output and less total operators - as they support two machines at a time.
Possible add-ons could even include auto infeed up to robotic solutions.