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Bosch Packaging: Horizontal flow wrapper

Bosch Packaging Technology launches the Pack 301 ID (Inverted Dwell) horizontal flow wrapper.
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CONSISTENT LOOK. The new packaging equipment produces a hermetically sealed package that resembles the traditional packet seal well known among Traviata consumers
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New flow-wrap system doubles cracker-packing speeds

A new horizontal flow-wrap system for growing Argentinian cracker producer Bagley gently handles product while increasing packaging speeds from 80 to 212 packs/min.
Flow wrapped biscuits at 70 packs/min.
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Flow wrapper handles biscuits at 70 packs/min

Leading UK biscuit maker Fox’s Biscuits has recently purchased a new flow wrapper.
Collating/flow wrapping
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Collating/flow wrapping

Unusual pick-and-place system from Cavanna uses six delta style robots that each pick 80 products/min and place them in a collating ring so that a stack of three products can be released efficiently into an integrated flow wrapper at high speeds.
COOKIE POUCH. The new flow wrappers can accommodate various sandwich cookie counts in either polypropylene or metallized film.
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Easy integration of new flow wrappers for cookies

Guatamalan plant adds two new flow wrappers required to integrate easily with existing cookie creamers and provide product configuration and packaging material flexibility.
Feature Article
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Best practices when specifying flow-wrapping equipment

Flow wrappers are a cost-effective way to package products. Because they are often used for baked goods and other products whose dimensions and other characteristics can change, a thorough knowledge of the product and process is the key to success.
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Snack bar packaging at 500 products/min

Food producer Nature’s Path installs an automatic packaging line for its organic rice and granola bars that provides up to six times the output of its previous system.
Horizontal long-dwell flow wrapper
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Horizontal long-dwell flow wrapper

Bosch Packaging Technology's new Pack 301 LD (long dwell) flow wrapper allows for longer sealing times compared with traditional rotary cutting heads, resulting in air-tight seams. Applicable for a variety of products, including fresh, perishable goods, and products packed in thick film such as medical goods.
The final package comprises two layers of material sealed tightly together around the product, suspending it and protecting it during shipping.
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Custom-sized envelopes cradle gemstones

Automated packaging systems at Jewelry Television’s fulfillment center create easy-open, custom-size envelopes for each order that securely contain a range of jewelry products.
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Campbell Wrapper Corporation: Horizontal flow wrapper for food

Designed for bakery, confectionary, dairy, frozen foods, sandwiches, and more, Campbell’s sanitary, wash-down Revolution Wrapper is a horizontal flow wrapper capable of handling polypropylene, cellophane, poly-coated paper, laminates, high-density polyethylene, polyethylene, and shrink or PVC film, and achieves speeds from 100 to 600 packages/min.

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