The new packaging machine – designated the F 1050 SX – maintains the special Fitpacker form shoulder principle, which achieves exemplary flexibility for a variety of formats and materials.
The principle involves a roll of centre-folded film which is led over a form shoulder with cross and bottom sealing so that that the product is securely sealed on three sides or overlapped. The cross sealing can be upgraded by a corner push-in device to achieve even tighter packaging results.
Depending on the type of product being handled, the feeding process and film used, the Fitpacker F 1050 X is capable of wrapping items up to a maximum width of 500 mm and maximum height of 300 mm.
Whether for manual or automatic feeding, Beck form, fill and seal machines are available in a variety of working widths and for different performance requirements. The design is particularly suited and beneficial to production processes where large volume products need to be packed tightly without any shrinking, such as in the textile industry.
For more information on the full range of Beck Packautomaten film and shrink wrapping equipment visit Friedheim International.
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