Boxline For The Compression Folding System

Automate Putting Your Compressed Package Into A Box For Shipment With This Ergonomic Add-On

Mattress compression machine boxline add on
120
+ Packages
Boxed Per Hour
31
Inches
Working Height For Operators
82.5
Sq. Ft.
Add-On Footprint

Product Overview

Put Compressed & Rolled Packages Into Boxes With Ease With The Boxline

The boxline addition lifts the final rolled package to waist height and conveys it on a table where an operator can assist it into a box. It is an ergonomic solution to finishing the final packaging step of boxing the product.

Operator packaging a rolled mattress using the boxline

See how operators benefit from the boxline add-on.

How The Boxline Works

Convey

The conveyor shuttles finished product up to waist height so the operator doesn't need to bend down and grab the package.

Box

Operators guide the product into the box as it conveys out of the machine. The speed is determined by a foot pedal the operator manages.

COMPRESS

Product Specifications

Throughput

Throughput

  • The boxline stays in step with the compression folding machine at 120+ packages per hour
Machine Footprint

Machine Footprint

Standard: 6 ft x 13 ft 9 in x 6 ft
Metric: 1.8 m x 4.2 m x 1.8 m

Features

Features

  • Easy to install at any time, whether with a new machine or as an upgrade
  • Improves facility ergonomics, keeping an operator’s work at waist height and no lifting
Packaging Options

Packaging Options

  • Boxes
  • Bags
  • No packaging
FAQS

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to use a box for packaging in order to use a boxline?

No! The boxline is perfect even if you don’t use boxes yet still want to improve ease of loading finished product onto a pallet for inventory.

The boxline can also be used for some bag packaging, but check with us first!

What happens if I don't use a boxline?

Boxlines improve ergonomics and make it easier for your operator to handle finished product and get it into the final package. If you don’t use a boxline, the product drops from the roll cage to the ground and will need to be picked up by a fork lift or operator.