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Packaging Products & Equipment -> Packaging Machines -> Bag Making

Bag Making

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Bag Dump Station features 3 in 1 design.

Bag Dump Station features 3 in 1 design.

Russell Finex Inc    Pineville, NC 28134
May 24, 2013 Low-level bag tipping station incorporates high-capacity check screener that removes paper, string, and hazardous materials. Magnetic trap below sieve mesh catches ferrous particles smaller than mesh size. Station's dust hood, connecting to any dust extraction system, is integrated with sieve deck to provide dust-tight interface to maximize hygiene. Manufactured with stainless steel, product disassembles without tools and operates at typically less than 70 dBA.

Bagging Machine employs 2 augers and can produce 250 bags/min.

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 baggersand 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 withspot-check weighing system, features include control software, stainless steel cantilevered frame, vacuum-pull belts, and Ethernet connectivity.

Bag Making Machine delivers precise, high-speed operation.

Bag Making Machine delivers precise, high-speed operation.

The Hudson-Sharp Machine Company    Green Bay, WI 54304
Feb 08, 2012 Able to cycle 400+ cpm, 5750 HS (High Speed) Servo Wicketer produces high-quality stacks of bags. In addition to wicket punch capabilities and threading system, features include seal bar cleaning system that can be programmed to automatically remove debris from stainless steel seal bar to reduce downtime. System offers fast changeovers, low scrap, and is suited for high speed automatic packaging lines.

Vertical Bagger offers in-field upgrade options.

Robert Bosch GmbH    Waiblingen D-71332  Germany
Aug 20, 2009 Suited for variety of food and non-food applications, intermittent SVI Series produces bags with corner seal and doy style bags with optional zippers. Production of doy style bag can be performed by turning machine cross seal jaws to 90 position. With outputs from 10-120 bags/min, SVI 4020 packages bags with max width of 400 mm, while SVI 2620 forms bags with max width of 260 mm. There is no need to adapt machine height or dosing platform when package style is changed.

VFFS Machine has sanitation washdown and rinse capabilities.

HayssenSandiacre    Duncan, SC 29334
Jul 01, 2008 Able to withstand rigors of daily washdown using caustic chemicals, ULTIMAX continuous motion bag maker features SS materials and servo motors as well as sealed electrical components. Crafted of solid rounded frame members and sloped surfaces, compact unit is suited for use in constricted production areas. It comes with Allen-Bradley ControlLogix platform, on-screen manuals, quick response screens, multi-language operator interface, and quick changeover with no tools.

Bag Inserter consolidates two lines into one.

Bag Inserter consolidates two lines into one.

Pearson Packaging Systems    Spokane, WA 99224 9048
Jul 25, 2002 B240 uses servo-driven Parallel Motion to achieve speeds up to 24 bags/min. Bag opening and bag inserting steps overlap, so each step executes more slowly than would be required if they were sequential. Mandrel provides positive bag placement in boxes, cases, or other shipping containers. Available in stainless steel or painted steel, B240 runs tube stock, pre-perfed and sealed bags, or gusseted bags. Pneumatic Model B160 is offered for speeds up to 16 bags/min.

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