Horizontal form/fill/seal

The new pouch filling machine is designed so that the funnels continue to fill the bags as they move through a semicircular bend
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Pouching hard-to-handle pet treats

As global demand for its pet foods has risen, World Pet needed more capacity in the standup pouch machine category, but the equipment had to be good at odd shapes.
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Servo-control horizontal f/f/s machines
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Bossar: Servo-control horizontal f/f/s machines

See it at PACK EXPO Las Vegas Booth #C-2828! Full-servo control on Bossar horizontal f/f/s machines provides such advantages as low maintenance, low energy consumption, quick format changeover with reduced film waste, ergonomic control systems, easy access to interface, mechanical and electrical assemblies, and no energy loss because the excess energy is sent back to the electrical network.
Horizontal f/f/s pouch machine
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Effytec USA: Horizontal f/f/s pouch machine

See it at PACK EXPO Las Vegas 2015, Booth # C-2625! Effytec USA will display its intermittent motion horizontal f/f/s pouch machine, Model HB 15, shown running with dry or liquid applications for flat, rectangular, and shaped pouches.
Horizontal f/f/s machine forms top or corner spout pouches
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Matrix: Horizontal f/f/s machine forms top or corner spout pouches

New FLtecnics horizontal-form-fill-seal pouch machines from Matrix deliver quick changeover among a wide range of pouch and spout formats for greater flexibility and throughput while minimizing material consumption.
Vacuum chamber system for large cut processing
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Sealed Air: Vacuum chamber system for large cut processing

Cryovac’s VS2-24B dual vacuum chamber system improves throughput and speeds for high-profile fresh red meat processing, improving operational and throughput efficiency and maintaining product quality throughout the distribution cycle.
Automatic film splicer
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Butler Automatic: Automatic film splicer

SP1 Series automatic film splicer from Butler Automatic increases efficiency in packaging operations by eliminating the packaging line downtime caused by manual film roll changes, and is ideally suited to food and beverage packaging applications.
All new horizontal f/f/s for pharma and more
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All new horizontal f/f/s for pharma and more

The Flexpack model F-150 horizontal form/fill/seal machine, just introduced on the 2014 Pharma Expo / Pack Expo show floor, gives you a showcase of the latest technology for feeding and filling, from package alignment photoelectrics to modular components to meet a wide range of application requirements.
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Synerlink: High-tech sleeving machine for cups

The APSleever sleeving machine for filled cups from Synerlink - the Barry-Wehmiller Fresh Dairy Packaging Division is designed to be integrated into complete packaging lines, and provides fill rates of 43,000 cph on a complete f/f/s line (42m x 6m long).
WestPack 2014: Automatic f/f/s machine
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WestPack 2014: Automatic f/f/s machine

GEA Tiromat’s mid-sized form/fill/seal machine is shown running flexible pouch material for medical device packaging, with inline ink-jet printing. Also described is the Greydon DigiMax digital printer designed to run on f/f/s equipment such as this GEA unit. Prints on paper and Tyvek®, using a 1-L container of ink for the entire web of material.
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Orics: H F/F/S machine

Orics’ FFS-30 Horizontal Form-Fill-Seal machine is an intermittent-motion, variable-speed sealing system that forms its trays, or pockets, online in real-time from a rollstock film source.

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