1. Use the right film – ensure that the film properties suit the goods being transported and are matched to the stretching capabilities of the machinery.
2. Check the overlap – ensure that the overlap of the stretch film during the wrapping cycle is adequate for the goods being wrapped by adjusting the carriage and/or turntable speed.
3. Train team members – staff who regularly use the machine should be trained in the full operation of the wrapper.
4. Maintain the machine – dirty or misaligned rollers, reduced stretching capabilities, turntable malfunctions, and machinery breakdowns are some of the signs of poor maintenance.