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Cloud Packaging: Intermittent motion premade bag filler and sealer

Highly flexible machine fills and seals pouches from a few ounces to over 20 pounds.
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The Roberts IMP 1500 packages 'difficult' products like nothing else," said Mike Werner, Cloud's VP of Sales and Marketing. "Its travelling funnels keep filling bags through a 180˚ bend in the conveyor. It gives way more filling time than competitive machines. And both the filling funnel and the conveyor can be equipped with agitators so the product fills and settles really fast."

The IMP 1500 will handle many sizes and styles of premade pouches, including reclosable, stand-up bags. It will fill and seal bags ranging from a few ounces to club store sizes of over 20 pounds. Package and product changeovers can be accomplished in twenty minutes. Cloud/Robert's engineers will customize the equipment to suit specific applications.

Two videos are available that show the Roberts IMP 1500 in motion— on their website and YouTube.

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