Greydon (York, PA) introduces its T-Max high-speed programmable traversing printer for high-quality bar codes on 2 axes. Thermal-transfer printer is ideal for applications where products are narrow and fairly small, such as medical devices, pharmaceuticals/nutraceuticals, and foods including string cheese and meat snacks.
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Rovema displayed for the first time at PackExpo 2002 a new line of economical baggers. The intermittent-motion Model VPI-260 E is built for a heat seal execution for the production of pillow style bags.
Parsons Scale Systems (De Pere, WI) offers an automatic bagging system capable of handling premade paper and plastic bags. Machine is controlled by new PC-based systems with full-color touchscreen interface.
The new model VPP-250 Servo manufactured in Germany by Wolf Packaging Machines is now being introduced as a high-performance, yet low-capital-cost vf/f/s machine by its North American dealer, Technik Packaging Machinery (Covington, GA).
NEWS FROM PACK EXPO: Designed for use on a form/fill/seal machine, Series SP-1 Splicer from Butler Automatic, Inc. (Middleborough, MA) can be used to splice a new roll of film "on the fly" without stopping production.
Clemson University students are receiving first-hand experience with pouch packaging thanks to the donation of a Model 2050 vertical form/fill/seal system from Cryovac (Duncan, SC), a subsidiary of Sealed Air Corp.
NEWS FROM PACK EXPO: R.A. Jones & Co. (Cincinnati, OH) demonstrated its new Pouch King continuous-motion, horizontal form/fill/seal machine running at 500 stand-up pouches/min. See video clip of this machine
ExactaPack LLC (Exton, PA), a division of the Johnson Industries Packaging Group, will display Model EP-18L vf/f/s pouch packaging machine at affiliate Southern Packaging Machinery’s booth #N-570 at Pack Expo 2002.