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Stretch Film Holder TSD-772

2.75 (4)
Item.#
09211727
Mfr.#
TSD-772
Package Qty.
1Set(1PC)
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1
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Item Feature
Material
POLYPROPYLENE (PP)
Body Dimensions (Width x Depth x Height) (mm)
104x116x43
Weight (g)
176
TRUSCO Part Number
301-2689
Caution
Stretch film not included
Type
Without brakes
Set Contents
For Top / bottom
Compatible
For 3-Inch paper tube
Customer Reviews
5 star 1
4 star 1
3 star 0
2 star 0
1 star 2
Review Rating: 2.75
4 Customer Reviews
The reviews are automatic translation.
I use it for wrapping a cardboard box.
1
From Japan
On 2016-08-31 21:08:20
It was not possible to use the paper tube with a different inner diameter and outer diameter.
This review is about item#9211736.
When wrapping windings of palletized packages.
4
From Japan
On 2016-03-05 14:57:29
When gloves are wrapped around the gloves, the gloves become ragged. You can prevent it by using a holder. However, when the quality of the wrap core is bad, there are times when the holder can not be attached. It really is a problem at such times. If the holder can be used it will smoothly wrap the lap.
This review is about item#09211727.
Assisting winding of stretch film
1
From Japan
On 2015-07-23 09:53:47
It is good if you can pull straight out, but in the case of work that winds obliquely while walking on a big one, the film will catch on the holder. It is rather hard to use unless it exits above the claw of the paper pipe which is the core material. I could not use it after all, it took off. I think that a fundamental improvement is necessary.
This review is about item#09211727.
Fixing the product on the pallet
5
From Japan
On 2014-09-29 16:44:55
Without this, the hand hurts because of friction and can not be wound successfully. Since I have a thickness when I have it, I am expecting a model change as to what I feel if I can downsize it a bit thinner overall.
This review is about item#09211727.