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George Gordon Assoc., Inc: Packet Make and Place System

The PMPS-300 Packet Make and Place System is designed to form, fill, seal, cut and place packets on the conveyor of a wrapper system. It features electronic drive, a positive make and place outfeed and a snap action take-away.
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With speeds approaching 240 cycles per minute (depending on materials and application) this machine is idea for the food service kit application.

PMPS-300-D-0The packet system has a self-contained electronic drive that uses an encoder for timing with the wrapper and allows on the fly adjustment of packet placement position. The packet system will form fill seal cut and place on the conveyor of the wrapper system. The PMPS includes the positive take and place outfeed to ensure packet position in the conveyor and the snap action take away will enhance knife life up to three months. The PMPS is fully guarded.

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