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Matrix Packaging: V/f/f/s machine

The Triton XL, a wash-down vertical form-fill-seal machine from Matrix Packaging Machinery, div. of Pro Mach can help cheese packers of all sizes and individual needs increase uptime, decrease waste, and improve the overall efficiency.
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Machine Product Brief
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HayssenSandiacre: V F/F/S bagger

HayssenSandiacre’s Novus 350 Doy is a continuous motion V F/F/S bagger that combines high speed and rapid tool-less changeover to produce high-quality doy packs, at up to 80 doy/quad packs/min.
Machine Product Brief
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AcmaVolpak: New solution for packaging tea in filter bags

NEW AT INTERPACK—Designed and manufactured by Tecnomeccanica – our brand dedicated to the tea market – T4 Modula is AcmaVolpak’s new, medium-speed, tea bag machine.
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Significant Debut. This continuous-motion VF/F/S machine is the OEM’s most significant new-product development in recent memory.
Controls Case Study
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PC-based control brings performance boost, cost reduction

Getting its new vf/f/s system ready in time for Pack Expo Las Vegas was a challenge, but Matrix managed just fine. A bit of strategic retooling included One Cable Technology and EtherCAT.
Now in a limited-edition trial is this two-lb package of Fisher Brand Party Peanuts.
Package Case Study
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Flexible pack merchandises like a rigid container

Formed from ‘exoskeleton’ rollstock on a vf/f/s machine, the PrimaPak combines benefits of a rigid container with the cost and sustainability advantages of flexibles.
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Bosch Packaging: Hygienic vertical f/f/s

Designed to meet diverse food handling regulations, Bosch Packaging Technology’s SVC 4020 hygienic v f/f/s platform is useful for fresh and frozen food packaged in pillow bags, while subsequent machines in the platform will be available with additional pack styles to handle a wide variety of free-flowing dry, wet, and frozen food products.
Stackable and recloseable package format stands out.
Package Case Study
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Holiday pretzels in a revolutionary package

Just in time for the holidays comes a new package innovation developed for John B. Sanfilippo & Son’s Flavor Tree brand Limited Edition Premium Dark Chocolate Pretzels.
Off the Shelf: Doritos Gamer Packs function on multiple levels
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Off the Shelf: Doritos Gamer Packs function on multiple levels

Teaming up with Microsoft to build excitement about the release of the newest Xbox gaming system, Frito-Lay comes up with a one-of-a-kind limited edition package
Machine Product Brief
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Triangle: VFFS bagger with optional stainless steel doors

The X-Series vertical form fill seal (VFFS) bagging machine from Triangle Package Machinery Company now comes with optional, newly-designed stainless steel guard doors to better meet 3A and USDA sanitation standards.
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Matrix: Vertical f/f/s pillow-bag bagging machine

Matrix, powered by Pro Mach, introduces the Matrix Metis™, a unique vertical form-fill-seal pillow-bag bagging machine that can operate in continuous or intermittent motion – from one up to 180 bags per minute – depending on line conditions.
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