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BEUMER Group expands the BEUMER fillpac FFS filling machine product family

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BEUMER Group has expanded its fillpac FFS filling machine product family with the introduction of the BEUMER fillpac FFS form fill seal system, both for the high-capacity range of up to 2600 bags per hour and for low throughputs starting from 1800 bags per hour. Depending on the customer’s requirements, the suitable machine performance class can be selected from the extended product range.

BEUMER Group develops entire packaging lines from one single source for the (petro)chemical industry. This means that the customer can reduce the number of vendor interactions as only one point of contact is required.

"We offer an easy to clean solution for the low-capacity versions," says Sales Engineer Christian Freise, BEUMER Group. Special products in particular and other coloured granules are handled at lower capacities. Fine dust is often a by-product when filling granules into bags. Another disadvantage is that small granules can get stuck in the machine. When using the BEUMER fillpac FFS, the users can simply clean the machine with water, before a colour change. "The round scale we provide is designed so that residues can be removed more easily," adds Freise.

With its BEUMER fillpac FFS, BEUMER Group can act as a single-source provider for filling, palletising and packaging technologies. This machine forms a ready-made PE tubular film into a bag and fills it with engineering plastics like PE, PP, PA or PS granules. Reliable and gentle filling is also possible for salts or fertilisers. The pellets are then weighed before the filling process. For this, the BEUMER fillpac FSS is equipped with an electronic calibration-capable weighing unit. Then the system seals the bags with a weight of up to 25 kg.

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