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WeighPack bagger creates pouches that could make a kangaroo jealous

WeighPack System to showcase its servo-driven R2B Horizontal form, fill & seal machine capable of producing retail-ready stand-up pouches at PACK EXPO International 2016 in Chicago November 6-9, 2016.


September 28, 2016
by Canadian Packaging staff

From WeighPack Systems, a Paxiom Group company, the R2B (Roll-to-Bag) horizontal form, fill and seal bagger uses laminated roll stock film to create a wide variety of different bags such as: pillow, shaped, carry handle, stand-up, three-sided seal, and four-sided seal bags with or without zipper closures. Come check it out at booth #N-4916 at PACK EXPO International 2016 in Chicago November 6-9, 2016.

Eliminating the need to purchase pre-made bags; the R2B is the ideal solution to increase productivity while reducing labor and film costs.

Capable of reaching mechanical rates of 80 cycles per minute—and two-up version up to 160 cpm—this high performance servo-driven bagger can produce pouches up to eight-inches wide by 11-inches long.

The R2B is equipped with user-friendly encoder positioning logic that ensures precise control of the machine during set up and running production. Its straight-flow design and large removable access panels allows operators complete visibility of the bag forming, filling, and sealing process while also allowing complete accessibility to parts.

Designed for high-speed applications, the R2B is extremely easy to set-up, operate, and service.

Rather than purchasing pre-made pouches, using the R2B to produce finished pouches can see savings up to 30 per cent.

For more information, visit www.weighpack.com or call 1-888-934-4472.

Come talk to a WeighPack expert at PACK EXPO International at booth #N-4916.


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