A six-page brochure details the FW-3400 Fuji-Formost Alpha V wrapping machine from Formost Packaging Machines (Woodinville, WA). The high-speed hf/f/s machine is capable of networking and data acquisition.
Label-Aire's (Fullerton, CA) pail labeler, with a Zebra Z-223 thermal-transfer printer and a patented tamp-blow applicator, prints and ap-plies 11.5"x7" p-s vinyl labels to empty, unlidded 5-gal containers.
The FCBS 14-head circular weigher from Sasib (De Pere, WI) accepts free-flowing product in a continuous motion from a central feeder. Programmable timing, speed and number of heads means the unit's functions can be customized for efficiency.
The Model N416 adjustable case sealer from R.A. Pearson (Spokane, WA) uses 2"-wide p-s tape or hot melt adhesive to seal top flaps of cases. Depending on case size--which can be changed without tools in less than 5 min--the machine seals up to 20 cases/min.
The Cerebus III, B-400 auger filling machine is featured in a four-color catalog sheet from All-Fill (Sykesville, MD). Filler combines the design of All-Fill's standard auger filler with the latest generation of its Cerebus control technology.
The Flow Wrap DDC3 digital laser coder creates indelible, crisp dot-matrix codes without burning or puncturing flexible packaging materials. From Domino Amjet (Gurnee, IL), the laser coder operates without moving parts or fluids at speeds to 3ꯠ characters/sec.
Model 21 Carton Stand-up Device from Garvey (Blue Anchor, NJ) continuously reorients cartons or cases exiting a horizontal cartoner. Offering completely variable speed, it runs from 20- to 300-plus cartons/min.