Latest New Product News from Matrix Packaging Machinery
Form-Fill-Seal Machine targets fresh produce industry.Matrix Packaging Machinery Saukville, WI 53080
May 10, 2013 Rated at cycle speeds up to 100 bags/min, Triton Automated Bagging Machine supports bag sizes from 2 x 3 in. to 18 x 23 in. Vertical machine features heavy-duty wash-down construction with 4 x 4 in. welded stainless steel frame. System includes Matrix Smart Jaw ST sealing system, automatic web edge guide film tracking, tool-free film roll and forming tube changeover, and Allen-Bradley control components. For modified atmosphere packaging, gas flushing system is available.
Form-Fill-Seal Machine handles up to 140 bags per minute.Matrix Packaging Machinery Saukville, WI 53080
Feb 11, 2013 Featuring stainless steel construction, Mercury HS forms, fills, and seals bags with widths ranging from 1.75–11 in. and lengths from 2.5–15.00 in. Machine includes SmartJaw ST horizontal sealing technology, color touchscreen operator panel, English/Spanish operator interface, and Allen Bradley MicroLogix PLC system. For precise film movement, system has self-centering film drive down system, automatic edge guide film tracking, and short travel, angled incline film upwind.
Bagging Machine employs 2 augers and can produce 250 bags/min.Matrix Packaging Machinery Saukville, WI 53080
Oct 15, 2012 Intended for coffee, baking, snack food, prepared food, confectionery, and similar companies, X machine uses 2 baggers and 2 augers in one footprint-optimized unit to form pillow bags from 3–15 in. long and 2–7.5 in. wide. Production managers can bag same product or run different products simultaneously. In addition to remote operator station with spot-check weighing system, features include control software, stainless steel cantilevered frame, vacuum-pull belts, and Ethernet connectivity.
Food Product Concentrator improves narrow bag throughput.Matrix Packaging Machinery Saukville, WI 53080
Sep 24, 2012 By concentrating food and delivering shaped charge, SmartGate™ accelerates filling of small bags that do not contain much product for contract snack and health food packagers. Form-fill seal bagging operations running at 60 narrow bags (3.5 in. across or less) per minute can expect speeds from 100–120 units/min. Operation increases percentage of in-specification seals and reduces frequency of open bags. Unit can be removed from machine when wider bags are run on packaging line.
Other Company News From Matrix Packaging Machinery
Jun 14, 2013
Matrix Brings Its Top Selling Vertical Form-Fill-Seal Bagging Machine to East Pack 2013, June 18-20, in Philadelphia
Apr 03, 2013
Matrix Brings Its Top Coffee Packaging Machines to the 25th Specialty Coffee Exposition, April 12-14 in Boston
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