Canadian Packaging

Eagle Soars With New Case Erector


May 29, 2009
by Canadian Packaging Staff

The Eagle has landed with its latest carton technology—the Boxxer T 12 case erector for corrugated regular slotted cases and half-slotted case, an easy to use, compact and mobile automatic machine that can handle a wide range of box sizes.

Owned by the Paxiom Group, which also owns WeighPack Systems Inc., the Miami, FL-based Eagle Packaging Machinery’s T 12 is simple to set up, fast to change over and will open, form, tuck flaps and bottom tape 12 boxes per minute consistently. Using tape and dual motorized side and/or top pull belts, it’s an efficient and productive machine.

A color touch screen PLC control from Omron Electronics LLC, a premier global manufacturer of reliable control products for industrial automation and electronic control, offers easy trouble shooting for all operational functions with a complete diagnostic read-out.

The Boxxer T 12 features include:

The T 12 is complete and ready to begin work within the hour of arrival—simply plug it to a 120 volt outlet and compressed air and minutes later boxes can be processed.

Featuring an exceptionally high ROI (return on investment), the T 12 easily replaces one or more people from a full time box prepping position into one that is automatic and consistent. Your investment can be recouped within first 12 months of use with while still allowing years of additional service.

Eagle Packaging manufactures a wide range of automatic case erecting and tray forming machinery and is considered an industry leader in self locking carton erecting technology with its PopLok series.

For more information, send an e-mail to info@eaglepm.com or visit the company Web-site at www.eaglecustompackaging.com.