A strapping machine is a device used to strap and package items. It is often used to secure packaging boxes, plates, pipes and other items together to ensure safety and stability during transportation. So, how does the strapping machine work?
The strapping machine working principle is relatively simple. First, the operator needs to place the items to be bound on the workbench of the strapping machine. Then, by pressing a button or pulling a handle, the ligating machine starts and begins the ligating procedure.
Tying machines usually use materials such as plastic ropes, steel straps or nylon ropes for tying. The materials are extracted from the lashing machine’s feed system and tightened by a tensioning device. After tensioning, the lashing material is automatically cut or welded to ensure the tightness of the lashing.
During the strapping process, the strapping machine will also automatically adjust according to the set requirements. For example, parameters such as the tension, length and position of the strapping material can be adjusted to accommodate different types and sizes of items.
After the strapping is completed, the strapping machine will automatically fix the strapping material to the item and cut or weld it. This way, the tied items can be safely transported or stored.
In general, tying machines use different tying materials to secure items together in an automated manner. Its working principle is simple and efficient, which can greatly improve the speed and accuracy of tying. Strapping machines play an important role in the logistics and packaging industry, bringing convenience and safety to our lives.