Movitec Saturn S4

Rotary ring stretch wrapper

The SATURN S4 wrapper is equipped with the best technology available on the market and has been designed to cover markets with medium productions, up to 70 pallets/hour—the best alternative to an arm wrapping machine.

Features include electronic tension control and self-adjusting according to the load profile, which prevents film breakage or deformation of the load, ensuring maximum stability with minimum film consumption.

Product Information

  • Up to 70 pallets per hour
  • It is the best alternative to the turntable wrapping machine: more balanced, with less mechanical wear and maintenance.
  • The load remains static: the film reels rotate around the load
  • Guaranteed savings of stretch film: 300% film pre-stretching. 1 m (3.2 ft) of film becomes 4 m (13.1 ft)
  • Finishing without tails of film thanks to our efficient cut and welding device
  • Electronic and self-adjusting tension control depending on the profile of the load
  • Possibility of applying efficient dustproof and rainproof wrappings
  • Possibility of wrapping at ground level
  • Capable of applying bands (strips) at any height of the load

Electricity and air consumption:

  • Voltage: 480 V 3P / 60Hz +PE
  • Power supply: 4.5 kW
  • Compressed air: 6 bar
  • Air consumption: 8 l/cicle
  • Air consumption with top film: 64 l/cicle

Conveying system:
Rollers, chains, belts or no conveyors at all
From 80 mm to 1000 mm high

Stretch Wrapping Film:

  • Maximum width: 20”
  • Maximum diameter: 9,8”
  • Core diameter: 3”
  • Film thickness: up to 140 (gauge)

Load Dimensions: See Brochure

Versions and Options

  • Available ring diameters: 1700 mm, 2000 mm
  • Top sheet dispenser for dust-proof and rain-proof
  • Motorized hold-down plate
  • Roping device
  • EPS: Electronic pre-stretch system
  • ACBA: Automatic corner board application
  • Detection of almost empty film reel
  • Several conveying heights


Movitec Saturn S4 Product Brochure


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