Signode's Multi FleX1 Electric

Stretch Hooder Offers Flexible, Small Footprint

Nov. 10, 2021
The Multi FleX1 Electric features a smaller footprint to maximize valuable production floor space.

The Multi FleX1 Electric stretch hooders features an electrically operated stretch frame and the machine frame movement is electrical as well. Its overall smaller footprint, due to reduced safety-area fencing, means that the Multi FleX1 Electric can also maximize valuable production floor space and be placed closer to a facility’s perimeter.

The Multi FleX1 Electric shares the same powerful five-sided protection attributes as the traditional Multi FleX1. It has the ability to be fitted with several film rolls, allowing it to wrap multiple load sizes with greater variations quickly. The machine hosts a variety of film patterns, including fully closed hoods, film sleeves, short hoods and film reinforcement capabilities.

The Multi Flex1 Electric is engineered for cubed loads, irregular loads with protrusions, and varying product shapes, and is capable of wrapping more than 200 loads per hour.

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