GEI Autowrappers (Norwich, England) has released data sheets describing its refurbished Autowrappers machines and systems. New features such as the Soft-Jaws feature are described on the double-sided sheet.
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The CMV II semi-automatic vertical cartoner from R. A. Jones (Cincinnati, OH) features ergonomic guarding—a one-piece, lift-up, clamshell cover that provides open access to machine components to speed changeover.
The in-line R-300 multipacker from PDC (South Norwalk, CT) can join 2 small products in 1 PVC or PETG shrink sleeve at speeds to 150 pairs/min. The machine features Allen-Bradley drives, touchscreen operator interface and sensors to monitor all functions.
Palletizing systems from APS (New Freedom, PA) can accommodate 3 to 7 packaging lines that are running multiple package sizes. The machine is available with a full-pallet discharge conveyor as well as magazines for pallets and slip sheets.
To accommodate double-wall, corrugated skin-pack cards as large as 65”x120”, Visual Packaging (St. Laurent, Quebec, Canada) has introduced its CT-R Series skin packaging machines, which use heavy-gauge Surlyn® and PE films.
General Conveyor’s (Aurora, Ontario, Canada) Gencon Series 30 palletizer has its layer-forming plate and plate stripper mechanism cantilevered off a single column so that the machine’s footprint can be kept to a minimum.
The PG24D hot melt adhesive pattern generator from Slautterback (Monterey, CA) is a solid-state, microprocessor-based unit. It enables the programming of adhesive application in time increments ranging from 0.001 to 9.999 sec or in length increments from 0.01” to 99½”.