Converters save money and earn more with PAC trim removal systems
PAC Trim Handling Systems Are Essential, Not Luxuries
Many converters and packaging printers believe they are saving money by using venturis to handle their trim waste. However, in most cases, Precision AirConvey's pneumatic automated trim removal systems are the most economical solution.
By using PAC's in-line cutter/fan system, companies can avoid downtime from the clogs and jams associated with venturis. Our reliable solutions cut trim into easy-to-convey pieces, reduces downtime and increases productivity. Our trim removal systems can also keep up with faster line speeds, allowing you to run your lines at full capacity. Imagine the benefits like taking on more projects or putting off buying more equipment because you can run your lines more efficiently.
Because our industry leading cutters produce a high-density/ low volume trim, as opposed to venturi-conveyed low-density/high-volume continuous trim, you will save money on trips to the landfill. Our EcoPAC balers and WastePAC Densifiers can improve handling efficiency even more.
Custom Designed to Meet Your Needs
Regardless of your application, our experienced engineers will custom design the solution that best suits your materials, floor plan, budget and needs. PAC trim systems have been designed to handle paper, film, foil, label, laminate, and some of the most challenging materials, including Kevlar, sandpaper and fiberglass.
Options are available that can extend your applications even further, allowing you to handle pressure-sensitive adhesive, control dust and reduce noise. If you reuse material rolls, consider PAC's Roll Splitters to lower costs and keep workers safe.
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