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.
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Schwenk Putztechnik, a German maker of prefabricated mortar mixtures, recently installed new palletizing technology with an eye toward reducing time spent on maintenance, gaining more efficient production, and optimizing stack configuration with regard to storage and sales.
Suitable for the food and beverage industry, MGS Machine’s PHS SideSerter is a customizable inserter that is able to place backer cards on snack trays at a very specific angle at a speed of 80-120 trays/min.
The PrintVision/Argus inspection solution on Clifton Packaging Group’s EVO XG8 HD Printing Press (from Flexotecnica) features a high-performance, flexible design on any web substrate, and employs a unique combination of line scan vision technologies to provide inline process control and quality assurance.
Designed for use with pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and food products, the CUT 1405 intermittent horizontal cartoning machine from Bosch Packaging Technology features standard modules that can be flexibly combined to accommodate a variety of products (such as bottles, vials, syringes, ampoules, etc.) and packaging, and the latest servo and safety technology at reduced costs.
Designed to be safer, smaller, faster, and more practical than its predecessors, Beumer’s Stretch Hood A features an intuitive menu system on the machine control via a soft-touch panel, a safe, optimized, ergonomically-designed workplace for the operator, and material-friendly transporting of the film via an innovative film transport system.
Designed for the food, healthcare, and consumer goods industries, the Vento cartoner from Langen Group provides a unique combination of hygienic features, speed, and high end-product quality to produce hygienic secondary packaging at a rate of 500 cpm.
A-B-C’s Model 108RT depalletizer maintains bottle stability for reverse taper bottles during high-speed transfer from the pallet, and throughout single filing, with devices that square and secure the top pallet layer and also the secondary layer prior to container transfer, and maintain the slipsheet firmly as the top layer is swept from the pallet to the loading table.