Machinery

Case/Tray Packing

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A-B-C Packaging Machine Corp.: Pack Expo Video: Case erector with print module

NEWS FROM PACK EXPO LAS VEGAS: A-B-C at PELV introduced case-erecting technology that allows packagers to economically print logos, batch codes, product identification, or other important data on both the side and end panels of their cases, in-line, during high-speed case forming and sealing. See video clip of this machine
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Peak Foods: Bowl accumulation for nondairy whipped topping
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Peak Foods: Bowl accumulation for nondairy whipped topping

Bowl flow on the Garvey accumulation table downstream of TE banding and ahead of case packing is seen in overhead and floor-level views. Bowls will continue to recirculate on the accumulation table, which operates without active devices such as photoeyes, until downstream operations are cleared.
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Robotic pick-and-place case loader

The R-400 robotic pick-and-place case packer from Fallas can accommodate a variety of lay-flat and vertical pack configurations.
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Packaging in the U.K. and beyond (Part 6)

Plug-and-Pack™ update (Part 6 of a 6-part series)
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Multipacking solution

PakTech now offers its TwinPak handles for PET square and round gallons. Sold primarily at club stores, standard design connects 2 bottles for easy grabbing and carrying.
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The $100,000 question

How would you spend $100ꯠ in your plant? We asked that question in a survey and received a diverse range of responses.
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Pack Expo Video: Tray/shrink wrapper

NEWS FROM PACK EXPO LAS VEGAS: Krones seized Pack Expo Las Vegas as an opportunity to display what it calls its most flexible packing machine, the Variopac.See video clip of this machine
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Cartoner speeds changeover

Third-generation, semi-automatic vertical cartoner relies on servo technology to quicken changeover and permit wide size ranges.
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Schneider Packaging Equip. Co.: Case packers

Schneider introduces the vertical and horizontal KDF case packers designed to accommodate cases up to 30”x21”x24”. The vertical unit has speeds of 4 cases/min.
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Compacker: Robotic case packer

The new Compacker Rap-UP 190-3 fully automatic case packer erects, loads, and seals regular to large size case blanks around product. The machine is equipped with a custom-engineered servo controlled robotic loader that picks and places rolls of paper or film up to 72” in length.
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Trinamics Incorporated: Small case erector

The Trinamics TR2010SCE small case erector/bottom sealer is easy to operate, user friendly, fast to changeover, and safe to use, company says.
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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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Security measures (sidebar)

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.

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