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ESS Technologies: Compact case packer

ESS Technologies, U.S. distributor of Bergami cartoners, tray formers, wrappers, and tube fillers, offers Bergami’s new Model K 15 automatic horizontal case packer as part of its line of packaging machinery.
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This next-generation case packer uses high-accuracy mechanics to create a high-performance machine that offers one of the smallest footprints in the industry. Balcony design and the rear drive meet cGMP standards and allow complete access for product changeover, inspection, and maintenance. Digital indicators on the machine’s front allow for quick changeovers. The horizontal case magazine provides easy loading of case blanks, and a double-armed system guarantees accurate opening and squaring of the case during product loading. Suitable for pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmetic, and consumer product packaging, the K 15 handles a range of product and case dimensions. Case closure can include hot melt gluing and tape.

Phone: 540/961-5716 | www.esstechnologies.com

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