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Sharp Packaging Systems: Semi-automatic bagging system

Featuring a wider maximum bag width and full-color touchscreen, Sharp Packaging Systems’ new SX tabletop semi-automatic bagging machine prints the address onto the bag, then opens and seals it once the product is inserted.
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WestPack 2014: Touchscreen system
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WestPack 2014: Touchscreen system

Makes it easier for customers with validation needs. Demonstrates how machine seals pouch, then date-code, all in one step. Prevents operator from selecting incorrect setting, maintaining validation repeatability.
Medical band sealer is validatable
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Medical band sealer is validatable

Plexpack's MPS 7300 series bag sealers are capable of sealing bags up to 2 pounds in weight (on an 8 in. wide bag, 2 mil bag) and come standard with the controls to validate the production process. These controls include audio and visual alarms for heat, speed, and pressure, a reverse feed motor alarm, and an external J-type thermocouple jack.
Horizontal sealer boosts production 50%
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Horizontal sealer boosts production 50%

Get a close-up tour of the new Packworld USA PW 3416 horizontal vacuum bag sealer, which features a new user interface developed with direct input from a customer. Find out how it helped that customer to both eliminate ergonomics-related injuries and increasing production 50%.
Band sealer for healthcare applications
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Band sealer for healthcare applications

Band sealer from OK International is for sealing of packages in the medical space. It has a wrinkle detection system that eliminates the risk of making a bad seal in a bag. All production is electronically monitored, so if the machine strays out of its validation parameter settings, there's no chance of a bag with a bad seal not being detected and rejected.
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Triangle: Bagger uses ultrasonic sealing

See it at PACK EXPO Las Vegas, Booth #1722! Triangle‘s Model XYM bagger provides food packagers with the flexibility to seal bags with traditional heat sealing or Ultrasonic welding--cold-sealing technology that provides: product, material, and energy savings; significantly fewer rejects; and improved worker safety.
Packworld USA PW3400
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Packworld USA Inc: Touchscreen precision heat sealer

Medical heat sealer PW3400 provides variable resistance control.
Semi-automatic bagger for food high-productivity applications
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Semi-automatic bagger for food high-productivity applications

FAS SPrint Revolution™ Bagging System opens bags, lets operators load product, and seals bags at up to 900 inches/min. Airtight, high-quality 3/8" seals. Continuous, intermittent, or batch mode.
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Tabletop bagging machine improves productivity in fill/seal applications
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Tabletop bagging machine improves productivity in fill/seal applications

Video from Automated Packaging Systems details the loading process and key operational features of a tabletop bagging fill/seal machine.
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Medical packaging heat sealer
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Medical packaging heat sealer

PACK EXPO 2012: The Packworld USA PW5400 Touchscreen with TOSS technology is a heat sealer for medical packaging, R&D, and production applications. It has the ability to seal and cut bags up to 72 inches and can be converted as needs change.

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