Handling & Ergonomics Product: Orbital stretch wrapper mounts to forklift

Yellow Jacket 110 series orbital stretch wrap machines secure standard, oversized or odd-shaped palletized loads while they rest on the forks of a lift truck.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
October 18, 2010 - MMH Editorial

Yellow Jacket 110 series orbital stretch wrap machines secure standard, oversized or odd-shaped palletized loads while they rest on the forks of a lift truck. The device’s simplified construction requires minimal machine maintenance. For fast, easy film loading, an ergonomic film carriage is included. Offered as a manual machine, it may be converted to semi-automatic as application needs change. GaleWrap, 866-425-3727, www.galewrap.com, www.yellowjacket110.com.



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