Sealed Air SpeedyPacker

For high-volume packaging applications, nothing measures up better than our patented SpeedyPacker Insight system. The system quickly delivers cost-effective, superior product protection and presents your product to your customers in an attractive, damage-free package.

The SpeedyPacker Insight® system rapidly produces custom-shaped cushions that provide exact product positioning and engineered package performance, greatly reducing damage. The system also provides a fast, economical solution for your online void fill applications. Instapak foam expands up to 280 times its liquid volume, freeing up valuable warehouse space while reducing packaging material and optimizing cube size.

Instapak foam expands up to 280 times its liquid volume on-site, reducing freight energy, storage space and material handling costs. Material can also be returned to any Sealed Air facility for recycling.

Damage Reduction

Nothing matches the superior protection of Instapak® engineered foam cushions. Choose from over 15 different packaging foam formulations to create the precise type of protection your products require. Barcode scanning and helpful “how-to” resources ensure your products are packaged the optimal way, every time.

Cube Optimization

Efficient Instapak® foam reduces pack size and dimensional weight without sacrificing packaging performance. Continuous Foam Tubes (CFTs) are convenient and may further reduce material usage.

Fulfillment Velocity

With up to 21 Instapak foam-filled cushions per minute, the SpeedyPacker Insight system can easily keep up with the highest throughput operations. Further operator efficiency is achieved using Quick Select Buttons, allowing quick cushion initiation and easy access when two operators for one system are necessary

Customer Experience

Instapak foam cushions present a clean, no-mess appearance to your customers. Your products arrive as intended, and the material can easily be disposed or reused for return shipments, with no quality loss.

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