UK-based Kite Packaging has launched new carton-sealing machines to enable the company to expand its product range.
The company designed the new machines to automate the pick, pack and despatch process, allowing businesses to increase operational speed.
The latest additions to Kite Packaging’s product portfolio include four diverse carton sealers, namely the Robotape 50 TBDE, the Robotape 50 ME, the Robotape 50 TBDA and the Robotape 50 CF.
In a statement, Kite Packaging said: “These machines are the perfect addition to busy packing areas in a world where automation is becoming a key factor alongside the growth of e-commerce.
“These latest additions to Kite’s vast product range are sure to set the bar high in warehouse operations due to their highly advantageous features and cutting-edge design.”
The machines are programmed to seal the top and bottom of boxes, ensuring the safety of their contents.
The Robotape 50 TBDE model contains motorised top and bottom-gripping belt conveyors that ensure a constant mesh is present on the products.
According to the company, the model offers the ability to adjust its working width by self-centring side guide units, thereby sealing a wide range of fixed carton sizes.
The Robotape 50 ME model features a lateral side motorised driving belt conveyor, which enables fast and efficient taping in the warehouse through its sophisticated design.
The Robotape 50 TBDA automated machine is equipped with a sophisticated self-sizing tool that automatically adjusts to the current box size. It also offers the ability to seal different box sizes swiftly and efficiently.
The machine eliminates the need for measuring box dimensions.
Meanwhile, the Robotape 50 CF intricate machine contains an automatic top flaps folding device.
The machine also features side belts that are suitable for uniform size boxes.
Kite Packaging also supplies machine packaging tape, which is specifically designed for use with a carton sealing machine.
Manufactured with a strong hotmelt adhesive, the tape conforms to all types of paper and cardboard.