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PAC Machinery Group: Flow wrapper
350T Flow WrapperHorizontal Form, Fill and Seal MachineThe 350T is a horizontal form, fill, and seal machine (flow wrapper) that's ideal for suppliers of products that must be packaged individually.
This may include candies and confections bakery electronics hardware and medical products.
This entry level machine is a high performance packaging system in a small footprint (7 square ft). It's small enough to fit on a tabletop! The 350T is the perfect choice for new applications or for increasing your capacity.
Product is fed into the machine either manually or automatically. This versatile machine can achieve speeds of up to 60 packages per minute. Settings can be easily changed to accommodate various package sizes - up to 9 3/4" long 2 1/4 " high and 4 1/2" wide.
The attached product feeder indexes items forward and encloses them into a formed tube of film. This web of material is then sealed using a "fin seal". The enfolded product is then further indexed to be end sealed and cut off in a continuous process. The result is a neatly wrapped finished product.
This unit features fast set-up changeover flexibility and ease of use.
• Photocell for indexing pre-printed films
• In-line printer
• Gas Flush
• Gusset foromer
• Date Coder
• Stainless Steel Constuction
• Speed : up to 60 bags per minute
• Bag Length : 3fl" to 9?"
• Max Product Height : 2fl"
• Max Product Width : 4fl"
• Standard infeed conveyor length: 2.5 feet
• Extended infeed conveyor length: 4 feet
• Vertical distance from base to infeed conveyor: 15"
• Machine Dimensions (L x D x H): 53fl" x 31?" x 35?"
• Machine Footprint: 40" L x 25" D
• Electrical: 220V 1-ph 15A
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