Vf/f/s Bagger

See it at PACK EXPO Connects! Matrix Packaging Machinery will showcase its Elete Premier vf/f/s bagger designed to produce various bag sizes and multiple package styles, such as pillow, gusset, quad, and flat bottom.

Matrix Elete Premier

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It will be one of the products featured at Matrix Packaging Machinery’s PACK EXPO Connects virtual booth.

Machine can produce several different bag sizes, using a variety of films, including 100% recyclable, at filling rates up to 120 bags/min.

Matrix Packaging Machinery’s  Elete Premier vf/f/s bagger is a high-performance, totally configurable packaging solution features a stainless steel, sanitary design. All major components, including fasteners, bearings, shafts and motors are suitable for washdown environments.

Ideal applications include:
• Food

• Individually quick frozen foods (IQF)

• Beverage

• Bakery

• Candy

• Tea

• Disinfectants

• Dried meats

• Pet foods and treats

• Pharmaceuticals

• Nutraceuticals

• Snack foods

Join us for “The Most Engaging Virtual Event for the Entire Industry” at PACK EXPO Connects, November 9-13. Live demos of equipment and products, live chat with product experts, expedited product search, and more. Attendee registration opens September 15. Be notified when the site goes live by clicking here.

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