Automatic linear tray (or cup) sealing machines.
Automatic in-line machine “Pastpack L” is designed for dose filling liquid and pasty products containing soft, easily deformable additives of up to 10 mm in plastic cups with their further sealing with aluminum varnished foil or polymeric film and capping. In-line machine layout allows to install any quantity of fillers (for filling complex products), as well as all desired optional units. Transporting system can be pneumatically, electromechanically or servo driven, depending on production needs and required performance.
Products to be packaged:
Milk, yogurt, sour cream, cream; cottage cheese, cream cheese, curds; butter, spreads; oils, sauces, mayo, mustard, ketchup, tomato paste; salads with fraction under 15 mm, sea weed; pate, caviar; honey, marmalade, jam, chocolate paste; small piece snacks, nuts, chips, croutons, crackers, etc.
Liquid and paste non-food products: chemicals, liquid soap, washing fluids, etc.
Types of packaging:
Plastic cups or trays of different shape and size.
> In-line machine layout allows to install several fillers of different type and all the required optional units simultaneously.
> Simple readjustment and maintenance.
> Stainless steel structure.
> Accessories from leading manufacturers (Festo, SMC, Omron, B&R, Schneider Electric etc.).
> Network performance of the control system, which facilitates maintenance and diagnostics, provides the ability to connect additional network devices (dispensers, pumping stations, etc.).
> Colour touch screen (LS Industrial Systems, 7,2‘’; optional – Festo, LG, Siemens, Allen Bradley, etc.), intuitive interface in 7 major languages.
> Discharge conveyor.
> Container feeding unit.
> UV lamp for cup bactericidal treatment.
> Volumetric liquid filler(s).
> Cap (film) placing unit.
> Foil sealing unit.
> Date printing unit.
> Control system.
> Chamber with a decontamination system.
> Sterile service tank.
> BIOZONE system to clean air.
> Automatic flushing device of transport system.
> Sealing unit to seal cups with film from roll and cutting it along cup edges.