Optima Machinery (Green Bay, WI) introduces a Clipfix bag closing machine from P+S Mako that is designed for combining with hf/f/s machines. The Rianta BS850 comes equipped with its own drive and electronic control system.
E-BOOK SPECIAL REPORT
44 Best Package Designs: 2015
Sign up to receive timely updates from our editors and download this e-book of our editors’ selections for most innovative package designs of the past year.
Campbell Wrapper (De Pere, WI) offers the new Revolution IP inverted full-servo, horizontal fin-seal wrapper for difficult-to-handle products. Wrapper is designed to transfer products directly onto the film web that is presented to the film-forming plow from beneath the product infeed conveyor.
The “S” module conveyor from DT Packaging Systems (Leominster, MA) allows bottles or other containers to be conveyed in a straight line from conveyor to conveyor with none of the guide work or side transfers of a standard conveyor crossover.
At Janes’ Concord, Ontario, Canada plant, this carton sealer from Bradma-Lake is set up on a right angle to save space. The top flap is closed and sealed with hot melt adhesive dispensed by a Nordson hot-melt system as the carton conveys along the first conveyor “leg.” At the end of this leg, a stationary bar pushes the carton 90° along the second leg to seal the carton’s sides.
Dorner Mfg. Corp. (Hartland, WI) offers multiple tier support stands for its entire family of flat and cleated conveyor belt. Stands can accommodate up to 3 conveyors for the company’s 2200, 3200, 4100, 6100, MPB, and LPZ Series conveyors.