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Bagger offers vacuum, gas flush options at sealing station

The Bingo Bagger XL from WeighPack handles bags with widths of 16-20-in. and bag lengths of 14-24-in., and operates at speeds up to 25 cpm. 
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Providing vacuum and gas flush options at the sealing station, the mobile Bingo Bagger XL also offers a compact footprint and is built using 304 S/S standard food grade for all contact parts. Uses pre-made wicketed bags, both laminated and polyethylene materials.  The top-loading bagger automatically opens, fills, and seals the bag.  Uses vertical seal jaws, reducing the overall length of the machine and making it more affordable. Available with right-to-left or left-to-right discharge, bagger features include a stationary product funnel, adjustable bag wicket holders and pins, independent pneumatic cylinder, digital temperature control, and a stationary bag seal station.  PLC operated with touch screen controls.  Bags meat, seafood, cheese, grain, nuts, fruits, vegetables, pharmaceuticals, hardware, and more.
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