Foam in place packaging provides unique customized cushioning properties. It is very versatile because it “molds” around the product being packaged. The insert is actually made from chemicals injected into a high density polyethylene bag. Once mixed together, they begin to foam up, expanding to surround the item and fill the outer container.
Foam in place is an ideal material for companies shipping many different configurations of fragile products . It fills the space fully with a customized cushion that molds itself around the product it is protecting – sharp edges, corners, odd shapes, and all. The product is securely seated in a pocket of protection.
Foam in place packaging technology offers the highest degree of product protection available. It allows operators to work smarter and more simply for maximum productivity while reducing or eliminating damage expenses. And its small footprint maximizes space and cost efficiency, as well as increases consumer confidence.
If you’re constantly trying to manage consumable usage, frustrated by unexpected equipment downtime, or annoyed about having to wait days for a technician, you’re not alone. The fact is that equipment is supposed to help make packaging easier, safer, more efficient, and keep your facility more productive.
Today, the most cost-effective and time-efficient foam in place technologies are designed with the operator in mind, by simplifying the packaging process, reduce costs, and increasing productivity.
Our foam in place products are “smarter” than the competition. The products we carry have the high quality foam protective packaging product of Instapak by Sealed Air, but are enhanced with the intelligence factor of Pregis. Described as “Foam in Place Systems with a high IQ,” separating itself from the mold by providing an innovative telemetry and bar-coding system.
Do you know the fact of the matter is that nearly 10% of all packages shipped are damaged during transit. And, of those damaged packages, approximately 5% have product damage?
Damage affects the customer. The buying experience dramatically improves when they open the package to discover products exactly as they are expected to appear.
|Foam in place
|Foam in place
|We will create and build custom molds for product/applications requiring precise and consistent cushion sizes.
|Height: 65.5" + Stroke
|Hose Hanger Height: 8-12'
Console Height: 5' Nominal varies by install
Heated Hoses: 20'
Feed Hoses: 13'
|Stand Dimensions: 24"(W) x 44"(T) x 24" (D)
Standard wicket bag size: 18"(w) x 24"(L)
*Other bag sizes available upon request.
- Electrical power
- Receptable type
|208 or 230 Volts AC
30 Amp dedicated circuit
Plug configuration = L6-30
Instapak Quick RT foam packaging is a packaging alternative providing consistent, custom-fit protective packaging that requires no system or warmer. Instead, the Instapak Quick RT Foam Packaging is activated right out of the box by hand, at room temperature. This foam in place alternative is a quick, easy-to-use expandable foam packaging which virtually eliminates shipping damage.
Smart shoppers spend where they trust performance. When undamaged packaging means undamaged goods, customers have a reasonable expectation for quality packing and shipping.
We represent the leader in Foam in place technology. Our product line offers smart technological solutions for smart business needs with Advantage programs that promise:
We promise to provide "Foam in place Solutions with a High IQ." that offers state-of-the-art equipment and advice for design and testing of density, compression, tensile strength, and more.
You want someone who will work on your behalf. So, rest assured, we have our customers at the forefront of every thought and we treat every customer like they are the only customer.
We start by performing an on-site assessment of your current packaging and logistics operations to help identify the costs and inefficiencies that are plaguing your high-volume operation. You probably know that there are issues; let our dedicated professionals, with dozens of years of industry experience, tell you exactly what those issues are.
From there, we can help assess the right way to solve those issues. With design labs and highly trained packaging engineers on staff, we will work to identify specific technical requirements for your applications and develop custom packaging solutions based on comprehensive needs analyses. It will be science and math – engineering at its finest – that provide the right solutions to your on-site problems.
Once we’ve determined the right solution, our training team will work directly with you to ensure that your packaging operations are back online quicker and more productively than ever before.
We've given you the basics, and you're well on your way to making some very smart decisions about damage prevention. Now is the time to dive deeper with one of our dedicated and knowledgeable Product Specialists.