Do you know what “tight” is? For the load of L, we can boil it down to your intuition. Your feeling is how tight the load should be – and then a little bit tighter is what you need to do. Remember, you need to use stretch wrap, the tighter the better! Crushing or twisting the load is not ok – if the load is broken or distorted, you can prove that your stretch wrap is too tight. It doesn’t matter if you use too much film, you don’t mind the problem. Do you know what the extra stretch film revolution is? Usually, it’s cheap insurance. You need to know that your safety is important. In this case, if you don’t value security, you’ll end up regretting it. The quality of packaging is your goal, and the minimum cost is not your goal. Once again, the tighter the packing, the better.
Rule 2 – rule two is rope, rope, rope! It’s really important to prove it so many times!
You need both hands grasp something, for example, in one hand grasp along the top edge of the film network with the bottom edge of the other hand with the other hand clenched, his hands clenched fists, this is all you need to do. If the load is rotating, we can see that it will pull your hand like a rope.
You can put on your gloves, slow the dial down, and in general, we’re going to slow down to three or four RPM, and in fact, that’s a good idea. Especially in the first few times when you try this, it’s a good idea.
Now, as we all see, you’ve made a rope, and where you want it, you can use a strong thin film net, which is what we’re talking about. The use of this rope is to effectively deal with irregular surfaces or loads, and if you don’t know the place, you can contact us to see video. If you look at video, you know exactly what’s going on.