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Sealed Air: Paper void fill system

Providing efficient, sustainable, and automated void fill, Sealed Air’s FasFil EZ Auto paper void fill packaging system features an advanced, automated cutting mechanism that helps ensure easy release of single ply, protective paper void fill while helping eliminate several manual tasks required with previous models.
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Featuring a small footprint designed to support small-cell packaging operations, the FasFil EZ Auto system operates through an automated footswitch that produces and releases materials once activated. With the new hands-free automated cutting tools in place, users can set pre-programmed or continuous paper lengths to produce consistent void fill volumes. The FasFil EZ Auto system also maintains the product line’s trademark crimping mechanism, which creates high-performing, durable paper void fill at a higher yield/cu ft.

By employing sustainable materials, the FasFil EZ Auto system helps users preserve their environmental footprint. Both of the system’s compatible fan fold and rollstock paper materials are recyclable and composed of 100% recycled content. As a result, these configurations have achieved Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) certification.

The FasFil EZ Auto system is available in floor or table-top models, and is adjustable to a range of customized heights and angles.  The FasFil EZ Auto system’s compatibility with standard electrical outlets also gives users the flexibility to transport it to multiple packaging stations



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