The wrapping system for high-volume packaging environments
The Geami WrapPak High Volume converter automatically expands die-cut kraft paper into a 3D honeycomb structure. Electrically operated, it can significantly improve wrapping speed and overall packaging throughput.
Wrapping is essential when pack contents need protection against scratching, surface abrasion and minor handling incidents. WrapPak systems use patented processes to convert environmentally friendly paper into packaging that prevents damage, including problems caused by internal impacts when multiple items are packed together. Geami WrapPak is the combination of a die-cut kraft paper with a tissue interleaf paper. The Geami WrapPak HV converter expands the die-cut paper into a 3D honeycomb structure, forming a unique wrapping material. By locking angled paper cells together, items can be wrapped securely without the need for adhesive tape or cutting. The converter can be placed at any packing station where individual items require a protective wrap.
Cut Method: Manual tear
Weight: 70 lbs
Dimensions: 28″ x 20″ x 17″
Voltage: 120 Volt
Power: 320 Watt
Feed rate: Up to 30″ per second
Good to know
An electrically operated converter, improving wrapping speed and overall packing throughput. No cutting or taping. Reduces storage, handling, and transport costs due to the small pre-pack dimensions.
3/16″ Die Cut Paper
Roll Length: 1,000′
Roll Width: 20″
Roll Weight: 22 lbs.
White Interleaf Paper
Roll Length: 3,360′
Roll Width: 15″
Roll Weight: 12.25 lbs.
Ranpak will analyze your current packaging solution and perform a drop test, demonstrating how much shock is transmitted to your products through the packaging. Ranpak then suggests proper packaging techniques to improve protection and save costs.
The Ranpak Custom Engineering department can design modifications, customizations and other innovative solutions to integrate the packaging converter anywhere around, above or under a packing area.
Training from our packaging experts can help your packers use up to 20% less packing material without compromising the quality of the packaging.