Automatic pouch filling and sealing machines are becoming increasingly popular today for their simplicity, ease-of-use, and the superior aesthetics of their finished product.Whether you are new to packaging automation or are considering adding premade pouch packaging to your product lineup, you are probably interested in how these machines operate.Bag filling and sealing machines can be designed with an inline or rotary layout. For the purpose of today's article, we are diving deeper into the rotary layout. This design conserves plant floor space and is constructed with ergonomics top-of-mind, and thus is seeing more popularity than inline models.Simplified, ROTARY AUTOMATIC POUCH PACKING MACHINES grip a preformed pouch, fill it with product, and seal it, at speeds of up to 200 bags per minute. This process involves moving the bag in an intermittent rotary fashion to different 'stations' positioned in a circular layout. Each station performs a different packaging task. There are usually between 6 and 10 stations, with 8 being the most popular configuration. .
|Bag Size||W:160~300mm L:100~400mm ( depended on the product & bag type)|
|Packing Speed||10~45 Bags/min|
|wer Source||380V/ 3P/ 5L/ 50HZ|
|Compressed Air Requirement||≥0.6m3/min|
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