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High-speed tube packaging line based on European technology

The line, from Marchesini Group, can handle both metal and PE/laminated squeezable tubes and is suitable for cosmetic and pharmaceutical products.
FILED IN:  Machinery  > Filling/sealing  > Tube filling
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The Millennium 200 tube filler has been equipped with a tube feeder, Model Jumbo, an ergonomic and high capacity loading system. As an alternative, the line can be supplied with the ROBOPLACER automatic feeding system, a twin axis robotized system.

Strong points of this line are:

  • high flexibility > due to the very innovative tube closing system that enables the machine to maintain both metal and plastic systems mounted at all times.
  • quick changeovers
  • ability to transfer all the dosing group still assembled, from the machine to the cleaning/sterilizing area
    use of Servo Motors
  • PC controlled

This line is composed of the following machines

  • Tube filling machine Model Millennium 200
  • Cartoning machine MA305
  • The balcony-structure carton bander/bundler made by Multipack FA04
  • The output is > 200 tubes/minute


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