Company Name: Fibre King
Lidding Machine, Lidder
Contact: Christina Windsor at Fibre King
Contact Number: 0408781300
|Type and Condition:||Automatic Machines, Pre-Owned Machines, New Machines|
Fibre King Lidding Machines will give you decades of perfectly sealed packaging, and save you endless headaches along the way.
Able to handle multiple case heights without slowing production rates, the Fibre King Lidder (4 Magazine Option shown) will deliver 20 cycles per minute for chilled product and 17 for frozen product.
Easy delivery and installation, maintenance, operation and capacity upgrades make this the ideal, compact lidder for your business.
Chilled or frozen dedicated machines or a combined chilled/frozen machine
Chilled 20cpm, frozen 17cpm
1 to 6 (expandable)
Random lidding of common footprint cases
Combined Chilled/Frozen handles 2 base sizes
Can be configured for custom infeed/outfeed orientations. With the inclusion of the pivoting flight bar conveyor, the
machine is future proofed for relocation.
Designed to be shipped in one piece – within standard shipping restrictions
Door Step Indexer
Positive case separation with excellent line pressure control
Flight Bar Case Transport
Positive case location with load distribution across the case to minimise the risk of case damage
Endless Chain Dog Style Lid Indexing System
Synchronised to the flight bar case transport ensures 100% matching of lid to case
Fibre King are renowned for their meat industry packaging equipment and solutions. We have been manufacturing packaging machines for meat industry since long time and have this machine in multiple industries within Oceania.
Along with quick payback, you will get added benefits of OHS and employees' involvement.
Contact us to find more details...
0408 781 300
Company Location: Brisbane, Qld
Price: Contact us for price, various options available...
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Brief information about Fibre King
As an Australian fourth-generation family business founded in 1926, Fibre King has spent decades designing, manufacturing and maintaining the highest quality end of line packaging equipment for production facilities of all sizes across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, US, Canada, Middle East and Europe. Since offering Australia’s first locally designed and manufactured case packer in 1950 to developing a complete range of end line packaging machinery that includes robotics and Industry 4.0 we have never looked back and are continually looking to meet the changing needs of production facilities.http://www.fibreking.com.au
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