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UK’s Easypack launches new high-speed void fill packaging system

PKBR Staff Writer Published 13 November 2017

UK-based packaging solutions provider Easypack has introduced advanced high-speed void fill packaging system with new patented technology.

The new Quantum XT is a fast void fill solution, which enables users to firmly receive goods inside the box using recyclable and biodegradable paper.

Easypack’s new packaging system can be used for fast-moving online retail goods and items, which have unusual shapes or sharp edges and box-in-box void fill solutions.

The patented telescopic head design enables operators to adjust its height, tilt and output direction for ergonomic convenience.

Users can continuously pack directly into the box with 400-660 metres of recycled paper on each roll and speeds of up to 1.8 metres per second.

Paper rolls can be changed in seconds and paper rolls can be easily stored either at point of use or in stock rooms.

According to the company, the Quantum XT will allow to decrease packaging costs as output will be managed by its user friendly control panel.

The system allows users to pre-select exact lengths and speeds and then control the output with a foot pedal.

In addition, the system can be wheeled to any location or affixed to a bench or work station as per the convenience.

Easypack European sales director Nick Wood said: “The patented technology is designed to meet the needs of an ever-growing ecommerce industry, offering outstanding reliability and flexibility whilst at the same time being environmentally friendly – it’s the perfect solution.

“Easypack offers customers the solutions to both of these issues, with the added bonus of being able to utilise our in-house design team who can seamlessly integrate our sustainable packaging systems with current packaging infrastructure.”

Image: Easypack’s new Quantum XT void fill packaging system. Photo: courtesy of Easypack.