The stainless steel constructed machine comes with anodized aluminum side plates that allow the film unwinding system to maintain long term value.
Servo drives on both the pull belts and sealing jaws provide complete digital control to optimize speed and accuracy, and precise control of seal jaw travel optimizes productivity and is very useful when running slim profile bags.
The XPdius i130 provides very little air consumption at less than 5 CFM. Back seal and knife and operation of pull belt are the only functions using pneumatic components to activate.
The machine’s open design allows easy film threading from back to front of the machine and around the forming tube. Air shafts eliminate the need for side chucks on the film shaft.
Additional features include: color touch screen and Omron PLC; two Panasonic servo motors to drive the film pull belts and operate the seal jaws; advanced automatically retractable pull belt assembly and vacuum pull belts; clamps for quick removal of fomming shoulder and tube( tool-less); motor-operated film unwind assembly for precise film tension control with triple rollers dancing bar; separately activated knife for film cutting; cantilever-mounted motorized rubber film unwind roller; swing open control panel for two side access to the inside mechanics; multi-choice pre-programmed sequence of operation, seal above or below seal jaws; three separate digital temperature controls integrated into touch screen; photo cell for bag registration.