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Storopack’s PAPERplus® Classic CX: blade-free technology for versatile and sturdy paper fillings

Storopack introduces the new PAPERplus® Classic CX system for producing sturdy yet flexible paper fillings that perfectly conform to the shape of shipped goods, ensuring optimal protection even for heavier items.

Thanks to perforated paper, the cushions easily detach from each other, and the machine operates without blades or cutters: an added value for workplace safety and ergonomics.

Additionally, operators can choose from three different speeds and set various parameters to optimize the properties of the filling. Extremely fast and compact, PAPERplus® Classic CX easily integrates into any packing station.

A mode for every need

PAPERplus Classic® CX is a convenient and intuitive system, capable of improving packaging processes for both manufacturers and transportation companies. With high performance, it produces paper fillings in seconds directly at the dedicated workstation, allowing users to choose between the touchscreen or pedal control for maximum ease of use.

The various available modes make the work more flexible; for example, users can choose to store fillings for later use or produce them individually as needed. The system can retrieve paper from a pallet, ensuring a very long operational autonomy, and only a few simple operations are needed to reload it when depleted. With this rapid and continuous material feed, it’s immediately ready to get back to work.

Sturdy paper fillings for optimal protection

PAPERplus® Classic CX paper fillings are incredibly robust and therefore ideal for goods transported in medium and large-sized boxes: they fill voids, cushion impacts, wrap products, and secure them inside cartons. To offer the best protection and more efficient use of materials, the volume of paper bundles can be adjusted for each individual shipped item.


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