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Weighpack Systems Inc: High Speed Vertical Form Fill & Seal

-The XP800 for an 8" bag width /up to 120 bags per minute-The XP1200 for a 12" bag width/up to 90 bags per minute-Can create pillow, gusset or stand-up bags.
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-High resistance access panels that include sensing devices for people protection and offer see-through functioning of various assemblies of the machine.

-Easy access of critical areas for routine maintenance.

-Servo-drive offers smooth operation precise control and positioning of the film

-Front-supported horizontal seal assembly guarantees years of excellent operation with no risk of shaft-bending or sagging.

standard features:

-Floating film unwind assembly

-Motorized film pull rollers

-Positive film brake mechanism

-Auto length positioning photo-eye

-Touch screen control panel

-Individual temperature controls

-Film splicing station.

Options:

-Gas flush

-Gusseting attachments

-Polyethylene sealing jaws

-Code dating

-Hole punching

-Flat-bottom bag capabilities.

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