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Triangle Package Machinery Co.: VF/F/S bagger

Triangle’s Model XYT VF/F/S Bagger with 4-corner/quad seal bag with flat bottom and optional zipper provides improved visibility on store shelves, less packaging, and a better display area for graphics.

The quad seal bags feature a flat bottom, crisp corner seals, and optional offset back seal, which provides a clean space at the back of the package for additional graphics. For many products, such as cereal or crackers, the stand-up bags also offer improved sustainability and material savings, as they eliminate the need for a cardboard carton. Additional markets include IQF poultry or specialty products, confectionery, and snacks.

Available in intermittent or continuous motion, Model XYT can run bags up to 15-in. wide in a variety of package styles, such as pillow, gusseted, flat bottom/4-corner, and zipper bags. Optional features include an integrated transverse zipper applicator.

The X-Series VFFS Baggers meet FSMA requirements.  They are available in three levels of sanitation, including USDA/3A models. Other unique features include adaptive feedback control; quick changeover for forming tubes and film rolls; pivoting control box; and an open, clean design. 


 

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