MULTIVAC has modified its B 625 chamber belt machine to make a sealing height of 0 millimeters (mm) is possible for the automated and highly efficient packaging of large batches of very flat or light products in film pouches.
The new MULTIVAC Pouch Loader (MPL) for chamber belt machines has created a semi-automatic solution that significantly improves the processes of filling of film pouches and loading into packaging machines, enhancing overall performance, efficiency, hygiene, and ergonomics.
Processors that take advantage of advancements in interleaving material technology and integrate these with their systems will significantly increase shelf life, food safety and profitability.
June 26, 2019
While interleaving materials are typically viewed as a commodity, material innovation and integration with high-speed interleaving machines can significantly enhance shelf life and food safety across a wide range of industries.
The latest form/fill/seal (FFS) packaging systems are designed to accommodate a wide range of packaging options at high speeds while ensuring food safety via sanitary design. The systems combine flexibility and automation, as they often need to pack different products on the same line. In addition, new designs enable quick changeover.
A new technology dramatically reduces product effect and minimizes false rejects, thus reducing the risk that clean product will be rejected and wasted, and preventing contaminated products from reaching the market.