Machinery

Case/Tray Packing

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Servo-driven shrink wrapper

Arpac Group offers the servo-driven Model 75GI high-speed shrink wrapper that operates at speeds to 75 bundles/min. Machine is designed specifically for the printing and publishing industry, shrink wrapping random-size bundles, extremely short stacks, and lightweight products.
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OK International: Case erector

O/K Intl. offers the OK Superformer that erects up to 18 cases/min. Machine comes standard with automatic box squaring, low taper or low box alarm, and stainless-steel construction.
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Thermoforms add scents of security
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Wayne Automation: Case packer for jugs

Wayne Automation Corp. introduces the BWCP-40 bottled water case packer for the packing of difficult-to-handle 2.5-gal jugs. Machine handles 24/7 operation at speeds to 40 jugs/min.
Tissue Machinery Company's radical new wrapper is named Zero because it was designed from scratch to make maximum use of servo t
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Gen3 thinking drives TMC

Riddled with servo motors and governed by a single integrated controller that handles logic, motion, and HMI, the Zero machine is right out of the future.
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Pouched onions prosper under high-pressure water

A system that uses high-pressure water to kill food pathogens helped Winsoms of Walla Walla launch 8-oz and 2 1/2-lb resealable pouches of refrigerated, chopped onions to the Pacific Northwest this month, with nationwide distribution expected by next year.
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Boxing out the competition

A switch to a new gearbox increases reliability and lowers cost for Goodman’s new case packer.
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AIDCO International Inc: Robotic case packer

Aidco Intl. has developed a RoboticStar case packing system specifically designed for multiple types of round or oval PET or glass containers for the food and beverage industries.
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KUKA Robotics Corporation: Space-saving robot

From Kuka Robotics comes a new space-saving packaging robot suitable for case packing, stacking, and material loading. The KR 30 HA takes up 35% less floor space than its predecessor, the KR 30/2, yet its working envelope is almost 15% larger.
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Nordson Corporation: Electric glue guns

New modular EM-100 and EM-900 Series electric adhesive applicating guns from Nordson Corp. provide rugged performance, precise pattern control and consistent sealing results in a compact design.
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Packaging technology on display, Part Two

Once again the DuPont Awards competition attracted the best and the brightest where advancements in plastic packaging technology are concerned.
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Wepackit expands facility

Wepackit Inc. has expanded its production capabilities by 10ꯠ sq’.
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Pearson Packaging Systems: High-speed random case sealer

Pearson’s Model N430T case sealer is a high-speed, automatic machine for sealing different-sized cases received randomly. Sealing with p-s tape at speeds to 30 cases/min, sealer is designed for applications where random cases need to be combined into 1 line and sealed, such as case-ready meat, fulfillment operations, and food packaging.
BPNC's original overwrap (left) bore too close a resemblance to kid-oriented packaging, so now the product is merchandised verti
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This end up

A start-up company in Toledo had just ordered an automatic multi-packer for its alcoholic gelatins. Then it had to change its pack.

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