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Clips & compacts banding
Suitable for plastic or metal
Shreds up to 33m per minute
Reduces risk of injury or damage
Windowed drum for ease of use
Auto feed, adjustable timer and gear speed
Plastic strapping or banding can be troublesome to dispose of; it fills a lot of room in bins and represents a tripping hazard if left on the floor.The Mil-tek Band Clipper eliminates this risk by shredding banding into smaller, recyclable chips making them easier to transport, easier to dispose of and easier to recycle.Banding is fed into a funnel opening. Once the machine takes hold, the banding is pulled automatically and cut by a rotating blade into small, 10cm pieces, which are then gathered in the drum below.
The Band Clipper boasts several safety features including a lock-out switch, a gear speed dial.
It is powered by a standard 220V motor.
Feed the banding into the funnel-shaped opening.
Make sure the banding is correctly fed in to avoid potential blockages.
Banding is collected in a receptacle housed inside the drum.
Release the safety latch to open the drum.
Ensure you have followed the necessary safety instructions to set the timer and speed. Remember to always wear protective safety gear.
Feed the banding into the funnel opening. Once it takes hold, the banding will pulled in by the motor and then clipped by a rotating blade. Always ensure the banding is not knotted or entangled.
Banding clips are collected below in a receptacle drum, which can be monitored via the window. When the drum is full, empty it.
A typical length of plastic strapping of 1m takes just 1.8 seconds to feed through and be clipped. This equates to 2000m per hour.
Most banding has some overlap when it is sealed. It's fine to feed this into the machine, but make sure it's pointing the correct direction to avoid catching of blockages.
If you're in doubt, check your user manual or watch the instructional video.
Plastic strapping up to approximately 34mm. If you have strapping that is broader, check with a Mil-tek consultant.
In terms of length, there in no actual limit. However, the longer the strapping being pulling into the machine, the greater the risk of loose strapping catching or whipping. Remember to always follow instructions and wear protective gear.
Yes it can cut both flat steel banding and steel wires. Bear in mind however, that cutting steel is likely to dull the blades more quickly than clipping plastic strapping.
If you have a material you're not sure about, consult your Mil-tek rep for further guidance.
Manufacturers receiving and sending large volumes of goods will find the Band Clipper a useful addition.
Banding and strapping can fill a large amount of empty space in bins, which in turn require regular changing. Not only does a Band Clipper free up space in mixed-waste bins, it reduces the risk of injury or accident.
In facilities receiving, unpacking and sending large volumes of goods using plastic strapping, loose strapping poses a significant risk of injury or accident. Furthermore, loose banding and strapping can easily become entangled in the wheels of forklifts, causing expensive delays and risking serious injury.
A Band Clipper can eliminate this risk, whilst simultaneously creating a neater, tidier workplace.
|Degree of Compression||Up to 90%|
|Noise level||Max 90 dB(A)|