We interrupt your regularly scheduled program to bring you this important announcement from our sponsor: HIGHLIGHT INDUSTRIES.
So you have been trucking along reading about how to improve your pallet wrapping and now a commercial, no fast forwarding through this like its on your DVR. This is that infomercial that may actually help you, so don’t consider this a commercial, think of it as sponsored learning.
While we spent time talking about the method of adjusting your machine, there are some additional tools that you may want to make note of. Since I try to have some fun while writing bear with me while I channel my inner Ron Popeil.
I’m not going to paddle a screen door bottomed canoe around a lake that has been sprayed with a new tangled sealant, or spray paint my head yet, but wait, there’s more!
From the inventor who brought you such great things like Dual Powered Hydro-Stretch, Revolver Wrappers, Synergy Wrappers and everyone’s favorite the Predator Wrapping Family, we have the revolutionary new craze that is taking stretch wrapping by storm: The Highlight Industries Magnetic Film Finger, for when dialing in your containment force is too difficult to do because you just cant seem to get enough force without breaking the film! Magnetic Film Fingers (MFF) are not made of space age materials and are not coated with impregnable Peruvian Yak Hair to limit wear.
But they are easy to use and their benefit is unmatched. Mounting to most steel, they can be positioned on roll carriages and bases to provide a small roll of film which is more resistant to tear and propagation. It’s simple, place the film finger in a position on your machine which allows for the roles end to fold the edge of the film over on itself.
Seeing is believing, so watch below to see the MFF in action:
And watch here to see the MFF used as a bottom roper:
Also know that after your testing is complete, Highlight Industries can provide you a set of adjustable permanent fingers for some styles of machine. Machine sold separately.
We now return you to your regularly scheduled Blog.