See it at Interpack, Stand C14, Hall 14! Designed for packing product such as laundry detergent, Cloud Packaging Solutions’ Hydroforma SP water-soluble pouch packer runs powder applications at up to 1,200 pouches/min. and liquid applications at up to 700 pouches/min.
Designed to help engineers find the right material bearing for their application, the dry-tech box sample kit from Igus includes a complete array of iglide bearings, and contains a set of state-of-the-art card overlays, which filter the bearing choices by criteria – similar to the igus online configurator.
Featuring a wider maximum bag width and full-color touchscreen, Sharp Packaging Systems’ new SX tabletop semi-automatic bagging machine prints the address onto the bag, then opens and seals it once the product is inserted.
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.
Makes it easier for customers with validation needs. Demonstrates how machine seals pouch, then date-code, all in one step. Prevents operator from selecting incorrect setting, maintaining validation repeatability.