The second version of the Amotek R168 can perform practically any packaging task involving unit goods. Products are bagged in all kinds of foil packs produced from rolls. There are no limits to how the products can be presented at the point of sale.
Designed for power applications of up to 550 watts, Branson’s new Low Power Unit (LPX) platform for ultrasonic welding systems has a number of new user interface/process control features designed to make set up, configuration and navigation easier, including: an icon-based user interface; digital parameter entry; the ability to save and recall up to 10 presets; and a 1 millisecond data sampling rate.
The 8000S thermo form-fill-seal machine for medium-to-high production environments from Ossid, powered by Pro Mach, is a horizontally-oriented machine that can produce flexible, foil-foil, semi-rigid, rigid, ambient, vacuum, modified atmosphere, and reclosable packages at up to 20 cycles/min.
A new pharmacy is equipped with two automated compounding systems that serve the South Carolina health system’s five locations, improving patient safety as well as internal productivity and efficiency.
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.
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).