Automatic Pouch Packing Machine

Automatic Pouch Packing Machine

This automatic pouch packing machine is mainly suitable for automatic counting and packaging of small bags of blue roots, coffee, cereals, cold granules, etc. After lifting the pouch material into the automatic metering device by the hoist, the computer automatically combines the set number of packages.
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Product Details

Product Name: Automatic pouch packing machine bag in bag packing 

1.Product Introduction:

This automatic pouch packing machine is mainly suitable for automatic counting and packaging of small bags of blue roots, coffee, cereals, cold granules, etc. After lifting the pouch material into the automatic metering device by the hoist, the computer automatically combines the set number of packages. The assembled pouch is conveyed to a bag-type packaging machine to automatically bag and seal. The finished product is output and tested. The whole set of equipment has a high degree of automation, saving labor for manufacturers and improving production efficiency.

·Product Parameter:

Working station

Eight-working station

Bag material

Laminated film, PE, PP

Bag pattern

Stand-up bag/with zipper,with hand bag,flat bag etc.

Bag size

W:100-210mm L:100-350mm(Can be customized)

Speed

10-60bags/min

Voltage

380V 3phase 50HZ/60HZ

Total power

4.5KW

Compress air

0.6m3/min

2. Product Features and Functions:

·Easy to operate: PLC control, man-machine interface;

·Frequency control: use frequency conversion adjustment device, the speed can be adjusted freely within the specified range;

·Convenient bag width adjustment: controlled by motor, only need to adjust the set of machine clamps simultaneously by one button;

·No feeding when there is no bag or the bag is not completely open

·Insufficient air pressure, alarm prompt;

·The sealing temperature is abnormal and the alarm prompts;

·The contact with the material is made of 304 stainless steel or food grade plastic, which meets the hygiene requirements.

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