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).
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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.
Automated Packaging Systems shows its FAS Sprint Revolution™ bagger, which accommodates a range of pouch styles and materials, with the Yamato Dataweigh TSDW-205W scale that loads fresh foods and fragile products directly into the bags. Ideal for products sold by a fixed weight.
The Matrix X Machine is a bagger designed for coffee, baking, snack food, prepared food, confectionary, and other packagers that need to boost production but have limited floor space. The X machine is rated at up to 250 bags-per-minute. Booth # S-853
The Ossid Integrity HFFS machine is rated at 10 to 15 cycles per minute and satisfies USDA meat, poultry, dairy, and 3-A Sanitary Standards. It also complies with PackML and can be customized for customer specific applications. Booth # N-3913
The FFS Series Horizontal Form, Fill and Seal (FFS) Bagging Machines from Premier Tech Chronos are fully-automatic systems that make their own bags from rolls of pre-printed, center-folded polyethylene film (U film).