Compression Packaging For Small Foam & Latex Products
The RC4530 model is the smallest roll cage machine C³ offers. It's perfect for manufacturers looking to package pillows, wedges, pet beds, or any variety of small products. Final package diameters range from 4.5-7 in (114-178 mm). This allows for easier boxing, handling, and shipping of small foam and latex products.
C³'s Package-First Methodology
No matter how small the product, C³ still adopts a package-first methodology when engineering the best compression packaging machine for customers’ products. We take into consideration composition, transportation and storage time, packaging, and customer expectations.
We work with clients to calculate ideal packaging options for their products. Then we select the best machine for the job. Here are examples of ideal packages created with this machine.
Small products like pet beds can be packaged with the RC4530. Here’s an example of a pet bed that’s been packaged with this roll cage.
Original Dimensions: 24 in x 18 in x 7 in (607 mm x 457 mm x 178 mm)
Final Dimensions: 5 in diameter, 18 in long (127 mm, 457 mm)
This foam wedge is an example of a small, oblong product that can be packaged with the RC4530 roll cage. The variety in dimensions this machine can handle makes it a great option if you produce a variety of products like this wedge. When packaged with the RC4530, it reaches the following dimensions.
Original Dimensions: 25.5 in x 24 in x 11.75 in (648 mm x 610 mm x 298 mm)
Final Dimensions: 7 in diameter, 24 in long (178 mm, 610 mm)
Roll Packaging Features
Only Use One Film
Each product passes through a curtain of stretch film, which follows the product into the cage to wrap as it rolls.
Compress & Roll
Because these machines skip the press, the roll cage compresses as it rolls each product. This means a small machine footprint and lower cost.
Final product diameters range from 4.5-7 in (114-178 mm), making them ideal for retail and e-commerce.
Frequently Asked Questions
This small roll cage uses 30-inch stretch film to create its packages.