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Bagmakers Apache


Company Name: Syntegon

Vertical Form Fill & Seal









Contact: Nupac Industries Pty Ltd at Syntegon

Specifications:
Type and Condition: Automatic Machines, New Machines
Manufactured in: None
Make: Kliklok-Woodman
Model: Bagmakers Apache


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Bagmakers Apache Features:
Intermittent motion profile Open-design tubular steel frame Servo motor-controlled film pull belts, end seal jaws and stripping motion Straight-line film threading Cantilevered film spindle with powered film unwind Self-aligning seam seal bar The Woodman Apache CM bagmaker provides outstanding speed, ease of use, and package size flexibility to the non-snack food industries: candy, nuts, crackers, cookies, cereals and granular products. Woodman bagmakers are known for their value, performance, dependability, and durability. We used non-proprietary, top-tier, “off the shelf” Allen-Bradley® control components in a full servo design to lower your cost of ownership. • Patented high-speed hypocycloidal sealing motion • Easy-setup, self-positioning rotary seam seal • Maximum access with open frame and swing-away electrical box • Easy operation with Insight® touchscreen HMI • Increased uptime with easy film threading and high-capacity film roll Benefits: • Constant-motion speeds up to 160 bpm • Easy-to-use Insight® touchscreen HMI • Strong, low-profile Flex-Mount frame • Open design for maximum access • Easy 10-minute changeovers


Company Location: USA, UK, Germany


Added: June 29, 2020, 1:44 p.m.



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