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Orics: H F/F/S machine

Orics’ FFS-30 Horizontal Form-Fill-Seal machine is an intermittent-motion, variable-speed sealing system that forms its trays, or pockets, online in real-time from a rollstock film source.
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Video: Matrix showcases the Inever multilane stickpack machine
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Video: Matrix showcases the Inever multilane stickpack machine

The compact, modular, and robust Inever BY300 multilane stickpack machine is ideal for low-to-medium production of quality stickpack seals of dosing powders, granules, solids, liquids, and pastes with minimal investment required.
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Video: Matrix offers high-speed packaging solution for bagged health foods and snacks

The Matrix high-speed, high-accuracy Mercury HS vertical form-fill-seal machine with the patented Smart Gate™ product concentrator significantly improves throughput for contract packagers and brand owners filling both narrow and wide bags, increasing their profits.
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Video: Matrix showcases the Toyo Jidoki premade pouch filler sealer
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Video: Matrix showcases the Toyo Jidoki premade pouch filler sealer

The Toyo Jidoki fill and seal pre-made pouch machine is rated at up to 55 flat, standup, or press-to-close pouches per minute and offers a stainless steel, wash-down construction. The new machine is ideal for packaging frozen foods, seafood, snacks, rice, pet foods, medical devices, and other products.
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Video: Matrix introduces the new Metis continuous & intermittent motion vertical form-fill-seal machine
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Video: Matrix introduces the new Metis continuous & intermittent motion vertical form-fill-seal machine

While other continuous motion bagging machines are locked into a narrow band of production speeds that make it hard to accommodate changes in product flow, the new Matrix Metis™ PackML compliant machine can operate effectively over a wide range of speeds and dependably produce quality packages hour after hour.
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The igus linear bearing used in Sealstrip machines.
Machine Case Study
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Linear bearings reduce downtime

For more than 50 years, Sealstrip has been delivering package reclosure solutions to customers such as Kellogg’s, Kraft, Keebler, Pillsbury, and more.
LIFE-ENHANCING. Nitrogen gas-flushed metallized PP bags have increased average tortilla chip shelf life to 180 days.
Package Case Study
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Vf/f/s system invigorates packaging operations

Tortilla chip maker vanquishes material waste, while pumping up output and product shelf life.
Machine Product Brief
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Winpak: Pouch machine

Winpak’s Model W-18 pouch machine fills hot, cold, thick, and free-flowing liquids in precise volumes at speeds of 1500 pouches/min. 24 hours/day.
Machine Product Brief
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Triangle: Bagger uses ultrasonic sealing

See it at PACK EXPO Las Vegas, Booth #1722! Triangle‘s Model XYM bagger provides food packagers with the flexibility to seal bags with traditional heat sealing or Ultrasonic welding--cold-sealing technology that provides: product, material, and energy savings; significantly fewer rejects; and improved worker safety.
Machine Product Brief
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Bosch Packaging: Horizontal flow wrapper

See it at PACK EXPO Las Vegas Booth #C-1900! Bosch Packaging Technology’s new Pack 101 horizontal flow wrapper is designed as an entry-level solution for small- to mid-sized businesses.

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