Automated Packaging Systems: Packaging systems for large bags

Automated Packaging Systems introduces the Autobag® 600™ and Autobag® 650™ wide bagging systems designed to accommodate a range of Autobag® bags-on-a-roll and bags-in-a-box material up to 16 in. by 27 in.

Autobag® 600™ and Autobag® 650™
Autobag® 600™ and Autobag® 650™

The Autobag 600 is a semi-automatic filling and sealing machine designed for packaging large products at speeds up to 65 bags/min. An innovative engineering design has eliminated the need for light curtains or double-palm switches, while the adjustable six inch pass-through enables faster, more efficient cycle times.

The Autobag 650 is the same wide bagging system with a fully-integrated next-bag-out printer that eliminates the need for a separate labeling operation, increasing speed and accuracy in mail order ecommerce, prescription-by-mail, catalog order fulfillment, and frequent changeover, variable data applications. The Autobag 650 prints and packs at speeds up to 40 bags/min.

These baggers include an AutoTouch™ Control Screen that provides quick and easy access to job storage and recall, on-board diagnostics and productivity monitoring. The Autobag 600 and Autobag 650 can also be networked for full pack station integration and central monitoring. Both baggers feature an open design with fewer moving parts for longer life and ease of maintenance. Plus, the Autobag 600 and Autobag 650 easily integrate with Autobag and third-party equipment for fully automatic bag packaging operations.

“These new baggers were engineered with an emphasis on ergonomic design for the operator, and return on investment for the owner,” says Chris Rempe, Vice President of Global Marketing. “The unobstructed access to the loading area is one of our most user-friendly features to date, and the highly flexible design accommodates a wide range of products and bag sizes, increasing packaging capacity. Automated Packaging Systems is committed to developing products that make our customers more successful,” Rempe explains.

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