Bagging & form/fill/seal

A proper zippered stand-up pouch
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A proper zippered stand-up pouch

Valteko f/f/s system produces from rollstock a true stand-up pouch with an integrated zipper reclosure feature for added consumer convenience.
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Bag feeder and with labeler
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Bag feeder and with labeler

Watch the Kirk-Rudy KR725 feed stacked flat bags, from smooth pick-and-place function, even for bags with double folds, which don%u2019t stack evenly, through label print-and-apply.
Model XYS08 VFFS Bagger offers ultrasonic sealing, high speed bagging
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Model XYS08 VFFS Bagger offers ultrasonic sealing, high speed bagging

High-speed ultrasonic cross-seal and vertical seal machine, dubbed XYS08 from Triangle, is designed for powders, confectionary, lettuce and cheese applications, as well as quick changeover to heat sealing for nuts and snacks. Ultrasonic sealing reduces leakers and uses less film. Sealer is available in three different sanitation levels: stainless steel, stainless steel washdown, and 3A designation.
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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Bosch Packaging: Flow wrapper for packaging individual vials

Packaging up to 300 single blow-fill-seal (BFS) vials/min, the Sigpack HCUL horizontal flow wrapper from Bosch Packaging Technology helps ensure hermetic packages at high speeds using long-dwell cross-sealing technology, and also features vial separation technology, giving manufacturers the flexibility to package both vial cards and single vials, and accommodating the requirements of agencies such as the FDA.
Make quick work of heavier bags with this continuous sealer
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Make quick work of heavier bags with this continuous sealer

The Plexpack ACS 6200 continuous bag sealer handles up to 500 inches per minute, and includes options for various application challenges. But what happens to seal integrity on bags weighing more than two pounds? See for yourself in this video...
Insert spouts into pouches for liquid filling applications
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Insert spouts into pouches for liquid filling applications

Bossar's BVH (Bossar Vertical Horizontal machine) machine is a servo-controlled machine that can form stand-up Stabilo-type pouches with the classic side-gusset folds and a stand-up base, and it can insert top spouts onto the pouches, making it suitable for liquids and free-flowing powders.
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WeighPack: Vertical form/seal machine

Weighpack’s recently re-engineered XPdius i130 vertical form & seal machine, which provides high-speed, automatic vertical bagging, roll stock bagging, v f/s, and v f/f/s bagging, features dual (left and right) inside access and an unobstructed film path and film sealing to enhance serviceability and cleanability.
Affordable, collaborative robotics? Meet Baxter
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Affordable, collaborative robotics? Meet Baxter

Paired with a Rollbag R1275 semi-automatic bagger from PAC, Rethink Robotics' Baxter robot brings the price of robotic packaging to under $50,000.
Bagger aims at new frontier
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Bagger aims at new frontier

Kliklok-Woodman introduces its new Frontier bagger. Designed as a simple drawbar machine, it's capable of speeds of 70-75 bags per minute, and is aimed at global markets where the packaging skill pool may make complex systems less practical.

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