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Concetti unveils bagging technology

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Concetti has announced that it will be exhibiting its FFS-Evolution bagging machine, designed for the petrochemical industry, at the upcoming Interpack exhibition, which will be held in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The machine forms, fills and seals 5-50 bags of free flowing pellet and granular products, from a roll of tubular PE film. This fully automatic line is equipped with a Kuka anthropomorphic robot palletiser for the point – to – point movement.

Form Fill Seal (FFS) machines are packaging machines that form fill and seal a package on the same machine. The bag is cut and formed from a continuous reel, then filled and sealed before emerging as a finished pack.

In Europe, tubular FFS technology continues to gain market share compared with both vertical FFS (VFFS) and conventional systems where pre-made bags are placed, filled and sealed by separate, discrete devices, sometimes even made by different manufacturers.

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