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Ossid Corporation: H F/F/S machine to meet USDA standards

The Integrity horizontal form-fill-seal machine from Ossid, a division of Pro Mach, is rated at 10 to 15 cycles per minute (CPM), and is scheduled to meet USDA meat, poultry, dairy, and 3-A Sanitary Standards, complies with Pack ML, and may be customized for customer specific applications.
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The Integrity horizontal form-fill-seal machine is available in web widths of 320, 355, 420, and 459 mm respectively and indexes of up to 600 mm. The base unit comes with servo-driven clip chain drive and pneumatic presses. Complete electric systems are available. The pneumatic system is mounted with “rain” protection, and the small electrical cabinet provides for smaller overall machine footprint and easy access to tooling and maintenance. Designed for easy cleaning with door panels on all sides that can be tilted as well as removed, sloped tops, guards, covers, limited high surfaces, and welded frame members to limit overlapping junctions.
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