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06.04.2015 New series of FFS bagging machines

Haver & Boecker, Oelde, Germany, is launching the next generation of its INTEGRA® series of FFS filling machines offering capacities up to 3200 bags/h. In addition to speed, the latest range of form-fill-seal bag fillers will be able to handle a broader range of bulk products and weights, whilst at the same time accommodating a wide choice of packaging designs and materials. Thus in addition to powders, granulates and micro-granulates, the system is also able to fill liquids and special products (including flakes or combinations of varying lump size) into valve-type or plastic tubular film bags. Every type of packaging can be used regardless of shape and material. The weight spectrum ranges from 1 to 50kg, or up to 2000kg in the case of bulk bags.

At ACHEMA (Stand 3.0/F38) the company will be showing for the first time a model ISF1from the new INTEGRA range. This machine is well suited for filling granular and powder-type products into plastic bags with a weight of 5 to 25kg at speeds up to 2200 bags/h. A photocell within the material flow measures the flow characteristics. Using the recorded data the machine automatically and optimally sets the highest possible speed. Manual adjustments are no longer necessary. The entire range of the new INTEGRA FFS series will be made available by end of this year. 
The new INTEGRA FFS machine will occupy centre stage on the Haver & Boecker stand at ACHEMA

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