Watch this three-minute video to see Bob McAtee of Triangle Package Machinery Co. explain how ultrasonic bag sealing can replace heat-sealing jaws easily and seamlessly. Video shows how this cold-seal technology uses acoustics to push product—even fine powders—out of the way and create a hermetic molecular bond between thermoplastic materials.
From Triangle Package Machinery's XYM series of baggers comes a stainless steel version that offers ultrasonic sealing, which pushes interfering product out of the way so that seal integrity is assured.
Triangle BowlMaster systems deposit product into a predetermined space in preformed bowls or in sectioned trays for entrees or complete meals. Other products can then be efficiently loaded upstream or downstream. This video highlights key attributes of the BowlMaster system, which is capable of up to 220 bowls/minute.
The XYT bag machine from Triangle Package Machinery allows users to switch bag styles--from pillow bags with zippers to standard pillow pouches to a four-corner bag with or without zipper--on packages up to 15 in. wide. Machine boasts fastest zipper bag speed at 60/min for a four-corner bag with zipper.
Triangle demonstrates the versatility of its ultrasonic sealing technology in this video. The sealing technology is designed to reduce material consumption through a 50-80% narrower seal versus heat. There is also a reduction of package headspace and a potential reduction in secondary packaging.
At Pack Expo Las Vegas, Triangle Package Machinery Co. exhibited its A612 model computer scale and XYT vf/f/s bagger, with an integrated transverse zipper applicator. Triangle’s focus on centerlining allows for easy changeover of a range of bag styles, including pillow, flat-bottom, quad-seal, and gusseted.
Faster. Cleaner. Smarter. That’s what you can expect from the next generation of Triangle VFFS baggers. Constant film motion delivers consistent web-tracking and reliable registration for superior backseals.
The Selectacom In-Line Weigher A918 and Advantage B5 intermittent motion vf/f/s bagger from Triangle were on display at Pack Expo Las Vegas. Watch how even product distribution and fast film change and thread-up help pack bags of candy at more than 100 packs/min.
On this vertical form/fill/seal machine at Omstead, a servo motor-driven cross-seal assembly is synchronized with side belts. Seal jaws make a smooth “D”-shaped cycle to close on the film tube, simultaneously sealing the top of the filled bag and forming a bottom seal for the next bag.
PACK EXPO WEB EXCLUSIVE: Triangle is offering its Flexcell horizontal cartoning machine at its booth, S-806, at Pack Expo International 2004. Cartoner is designed and built around third generation digital servo motion control. The result is a compact cartoner with an insertion method that propels, not pushes, products into cartons. This eliminates pushed insertion jams and mechanisms such as barrel loaders, product trays, pusher arms, and confiner assemblies. At speeds to 100 cartons/min, machine has fast, 5-min changeovers.
ProLine FC bag-in-box cartoner employs a new method for inserting bags into cartons in single, twin, and triple pack patterns. The intermittent-motion cartoner absorbs the output of one single-tube continuous motion bagger and has speeds in excess of 100 cartons/min.