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Branson: Ultrasonic power supplies for advanced applications

See it at PACK EXPO, Booth # N-6129! (Emerson Industrial Automation Group booth) Designed for the packaging, food, textiles, and automotive industries, two new models in Branson Ultrasonics’ DCX family of ultrasonic power supplies – DCX A and DCX F – for automated assembly systems provide: enhanced flexibility via multiple weld modes; increased process and automation control with limits and actuator I/O options; improved performance via closed-loop amplitude control; and user-friendly configuration and weld setup through Ethernet communications.
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tna: Automatic film splicer

tna launches the tna robag® Auto-splice system that automatically splices film, increasing packaging efficiency and maximizing product throughput by reducing the need for manual intervention.
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Sharp Packaging: Improved bagging systems

See them at PACK EXPO, Booth #3652! Sharp Packaging Systems’ improved SXTM, MAX 12TM and MAX 20TM bagging systems increase productivity for a variety of industries that use flexible packaging by incorporating size and weight reductions as well as new printers, PCs, and PLCs.
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Windmöller & Hölscher: Integrated f/f/s bagging machine

See it at PACK EXPO, Booth #N4745! The TOPAS SL FFS from Windmöller & Hölscher, which combines a form/fill/sealer, palletizer, and stretch hooder, runs at speeds of up to 2,600 bags/hr.
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Triangle: Vf/f/s bagger with enhanced sanitation features

See it at PACK EXPO, Booth #S-2014! Designed to meet rigorous hygiene standards for applications such as infant formula, pharmaceutical powders, whey, and other dairy powders, Triangle Package Machinery’s Model XYS08 with Spee-Dee Sanitary Auger is a high-speed compact vf/f/s bagging machine that is also suitable for packaging nuts, rice, powders, small fresh-cut produce, and confectionery products.
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Circle Packaging: Bagger produces 4-side-sealed sachets

See it at PACK EXPO, Booth #S-2001! Designed to package thin to viscous liquids, pastes, powders, or granulated products at speeds up to 1400 packages/min, the Flexibag Si-500 from Circle Packaging Machinery is a space-saving, compact bagging machine that creates 4-side-sealed sachets with a multitude of contour sealing possibilities and easy opening devices.
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Bosch Packaging: Flexible biscuit packaging system

It is the first of its kind capable of fast slug to pile changeovers, and vice versa, with the same feeding components.
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HayssenSandiacre: Flow wrapper, and more

See them at PACK EXPO Booth #2106! The Rose Forgrove Merlin Flow Wrapper from HayssenSandiacre features a hygienic and easy-to-clean design, quick product changeovers, durable construction and waste minimization technology suitable for a wide range of challenging industries.
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IMA Corazza: High speed dosing & wrapping machine

From IMA Corazza, the new FF4, high speed dosing & wrapping machine for the packing of processed, cream or fresh cheese.
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IMA Industries: Tea bag packaging machines

The C24-E and the C24-T high speed tea bag packaging machines are designed for non-heat-sealable double chamber filter bags with knotted string.
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