Wire Stitcher ZH – Proven Technology, just the essentials

The BAHMÜLLER wire stitcher is a product of proven technology, reduced to the essentials. The focus of the series ZH is in the construction as an arm-, or a table-top stitcher on a frame construction. It is the ideal companion for your sample room.

The BAHMÜLLER wire stitchers accurately seal corrugated or solid box board boxes with wire staples. The stitching head is mounted in a 30° offset to the stitching arm to produce the desired angle-stitch effect.

This minimizes the zipper effect. The solid construction of the machine allows for converting of all common board grades up to heavy corrugated grades of up to 25 mm (1”) combined board thickness.

Wire Stitcher ZH Advantages

  • Compact design
  • Low wear and tear
  • Choice of wire sizes
  • Universal application

For the production of
Corrugated and solid board of all common grades

Design Concept

The machine consists of a machine frame, stitching arm and stitching head. The machine is driven by motorized gear drive. The advancing gear drive guides the aligned and cleaned flat wire to the stitching shoe.

Positioned in the stitching head, the staple-leg length adjustment knife system cuts the wire to the desired length. The tool forms and drives the staple into the material. The wire is folded in the stitching shoe.

Arm Stitcher ZH 23

The rotating tool of the Arm Stitcher ZH 23 delivers a high rate of staples with minimal wear and tear. The stroke height of 25 mm (1”) makes it possible to convert heavy corrugated board. The stitch leg length is infinitely variable between 8 and 33 mm (1/3” – 1 1/3”).

Technische Daten ZH 23
Projection 1250 mm (49 ¼”)
Stitch Capacity 300 staples/min
Board Caliper Up to 25 mm (1”)
Staple width 15 mm or 18 mm (6/10” or 7/10”)
Connected load 0,25 KV/A
Net weight Approx. 400 kg (880 lbs)
Space requirement Length: 1660 mm (65”)
Width: 430 mm (17”)
Height: 1580 mm (62”)

Table-top model ZH 29

The BAHMÜLLER  ZH 29 stitcher is equipped with a stitching shoe and a support table to handle large size blanks. This makes for a more user-friendly design. The blanks are manually advanced by the operator.