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Kliklok-Woodman: Top-load carton former

Kliklok-Woodman’s TransFormer top-load carton former provides speeds up to 120 cartons/min with a single head, and the ability to form lock-style or glue-style cartons on the same machine.
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The TransFormer features a unique ergonomic waist-level hopper that allows easy carton loading. The Insight color touch screen HMI provides ease of operation, and a unique servo driven high-precision THK linear rail plunger mounting system delivers absolute head-to-cavity positioning.

The company’s Apache Universal Format Bagmaker has been upgraded to a new continuous motion machine with increased speed. The Apache CM can produce up to 160 bags/min. for a variety of products such as cereals, candy, nuts, crackers, cookies, and powders, with wide package size and format flexibility. The Apache CM provides ease of operator use and has a low-profile Flex-Mount machine frame to allow direct mounting of filling systems such as weighers, augers, and volumetric cup fillers.

The Celox endload cartoner features KW’s exclusive patented rotary carton feeder and high-speed specification, and up to 325 cartons/min. with an icon-based color touch screen.

The Kliklok Certiwrap 150 wraparound cartoning system is built to handle a wide variety of items including ready-meal trays, tubs, pizzas, and more.  The Certiwrap 150 comes with standard features including stainless steel frame, patented twin arm rotary feeder, and servo driven infeed.

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