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George Gordon Assoc., Inc: Pouch Placing System

The PPS-250, Packet Placing System, prvides production savings by automating the placing of pouches into a packaging line . . .
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Employing a servo motor the system cuts and places wet or dry filled pouches or packets with positioning determined by photo eye mark or through beam sensing. Features include easy adjustments for size change and photo-cell registration for accuracy. The entire system is self-contained producing at speeds up to 240 cycles per minute.

Applications:

•Desiccant packet placing

•EAS packet placing (anti-theft device)

•Condiment placing

•Wet Nap placing

•Oxygen aborbers

Consider that the PPS-250 has high efficiency and low main-tenance and is accompanied by GGA’s responsive service.

GGA provides:

•Reliable placing systems

•Responsive customer service

•Reduced operating cost

•Reasonable prices

The system features include:

•No change parts for size change

•Servo motor accuracy

•Fast easy adjustments

•Stand alone operation

•Soft start unwind

•Interchangeable star wheels

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