Video: Matrix showcases the Inever multilane stickpack machine

The compact, modular, and robust Inever BY300 multilane stickpack machine is ideal for low-to-medium production of quality stickpack seals of dosing powders, granules, solids, liquids, and pastes with minimal investment required.

Matrix, powered by Pro Mach, will showcase at Pack Expo, September 23-25 in Las Vegas, the compact, modular, and robust Inever BY300 multilane stickpack machine. The BY300 is ideal for low-to-medium production of quality stickpack seals of dosing powders, granules, solids, liquids, and pastes with minimal investment required. (Matrix Booth C-2221)

Output ranges from 150 stickpacks per minute for a three-lane operation to 350 per minute with seven lanes. Widths range from 1.8 inches (45mm) for three-lane operation to 0.67 inches (17mm) for seven lanes. Lengths range from 1.18 inches (30mm) to 8 inches (200mm). The BY300 features PLC control, brushless servo motors, and a touch screen HMI. The machine’s rugged ergonomic design lends itself to easy cleaning and low maintenance. Available options include:

  • Laser, ink jet, hot foil printing
  • Thermo printers
  • Embossed coding for variable data
  • Dust aspiration for powders
  • Collating/counting conveyors for cartoning
  • Integrated top load or end load cartoning
  • Mechanical cam drive
  • Patented “built-in” LASER device for easy opening pre-cut

“A number of our form-fill-seal machine customers asked whether we could also supply state-of-the-art stickpack machines,” said Marc Willden, vice president and general manager, Matrix. “We chose to offer this Inever machine because it meets our standards for performance, dependability, flexibility, and ease of operation. We are proud to include it along with our own Matrix designed and manufactured products.”

For more information on the full range of Matrix vertical form-fill-seal bagging systems, Toyo Jidoki automated pouch packaging systems, and Inever stickpack and sachet packaging systems call 888-628-7491 and visit www.MatrixPM.com.

 

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