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Blowing Machines


Company Name: Sarom Global Pty Ltd, info@saromglobal.com

Blowing Machines









Contact: Sales at Sarom Global Pty Ltd, info@saromglobal.com
Contact Number: +61 2 8317 5089

Specifications:
Type and Condition: Pre-Owned Machines, New Machines
Manufactured in: None
Make: Hermis.biz
Model: Blowing Machines


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Blowing Machines Features:
Blowing machines are designed for PET vessels production for various products: Water Beer Juices Milk drinks Vegetable oils Machine consists of perform feeder, heating system, pick-and-place device, transfer of preform and power unit. Machines have an electronically control panel with controller and pneumatic equipment manufactured by leading European manufacturers. Blowing machines can operate with different bottle shapes; it can be configured according to customer requirements. We offer fully automated or semi-automated blowing machines meeting all EU standards and requirements of the food industry.


Company Location: Lithuania, Australia and New Zealand

Price: on request


Added: Feb. 9, 2021, 7:53 a.m.



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