The Pegasus horizontal continuous motion cartoner loads bags into cartons at a rate of 100 per minute with the assistance of an overhead confinement device. This application will show you how it tackles wrapped crackers. Watch how the product confinement device controls product flow for easy product transfer.
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The Econoseal Pegasus cartoner is a continuous motion solution with a small footprint, broad capability and speeds up to 120 cartons/min. This video shows how it automatically loads 10-inch long bars in a line with ingtegrated 20-foot bucket conveyor, barrel-cam loader and extended/powered magazie, coder and hot-melt extruding system.
Looking for an automatic horizontal cartoner for erecting, loading and closing end load cartons? Watch this video to see the Econoseal E-System 2000 auto-load vials of paint into an erected end-load carton, integrated with an extended, powered magazine and multi-lane belt conveyor leading to an overhead pivoting infeed accessory.
The RCS Horizontal Intermittent Cartoner from MGS Machine accurately handles carton setup and manual loading applications at speeds of up to 50 CPM, and comes with a new open-access guarding package, which means easier access for maintenance.
Koerber Medipak’s Mediseal group produces customized, flexible sachet and stick pack machines, sideload cartoners and blister machines. All use B&R control systems to deliver flexible servo-driven modules customized to user requirements.
As part of a continuous motion cartoning system, Aagard’s robotic infeed module handles a variety of components that are difficult to feed in other ways, including meal kits that require placing two or more different packages into a single carton.
With incoming carton speeds up to 400/min. and bundling speeds up to 100/min., Douglas Machine’s high-speed carton stacking and shrink bundling system combines the company’s Velocity Stacker for cartons and Contour M-50 shrink bundler to produce bundle counts that are conveniently sized to match shelf re-stocking quantities.
Econocorp’s Rotary Product Loader receives a product such as a bag or flow wrap at random distance, times it, and automatically inserts it into the company’s bucket conveyor using a paddle-wheel arrangement, at speeds up to 100 cartons/min.