MODEL 1109 FAP- Complete folded bag automation and conveying into larger-count cartons
Designed to fill boxes up to 11 in. wide, 9 in. long and 10 in. tall (279 mm x 228 mm x 254 mm) with folded bags or liners.
Glues, closes and conveys the boxes with labor-saving efficiency.
The entire filling process of the Model 1109 FAP runs effortlessly with upstream equipment running at up to 600 feet per minute (183 mpm).
The infeed conveyor accepts empty boxes, which are then prepared for filling in the staging area. Empty box flaps are broken back and boxes are conveyed along with perfect timing to accept folded bags in the 4-station turreted filling station.
The Model 3113AS interfaces well with the horizontal 4-position turret in the filling area of the 1109 FAP. Bags are discharged from the stacker into the turret buckets As the turret indexes, the buckets turn 180 degrees to allow for alternate placement of the drawtape hem.
This design allows the drawtape edges of the folded bags to face opposite directions for even stack-building. Even stacks provide excellent product presentation and dispensing and also minimize box height
Brush style Bombay doors support the bags and the tamper pushes through the brushes to remove air between bags for efficient package utilization
Filled boxes are conveyed and minor flaps are closed
The Model 1109 FAP quickly folds the major box flap. The flap is cleanly and securely glued, completing the packaging filling and closing sequence.
Finally, the filled box is conveyed for skidding or secondary packaging downstream.
MODEL 3113 ASBC- provides efficient bucket collection and conveyiing of stacks of folded bags.
Can collect and convey a variety of stack heights into downstream containers
MODEL 3113 ASCC- efficiently collects folded bags into chipboard containers.
Cross convey design saves floor space
Optional twist-tie inserter can be easily integrated
As the demand increases for automation and more projects are completed, CMD has gained a valuable perspective that may assist our customers if they are interested in automating their own lines. As experts in rotary bag making equipment, CMD is the logical choice to assist converters in the development of efficient, well-integrated packaging automation solutions.
It is very beneficial to consider the following as part of the overall plan when adding automation to your converting line
1. Consider the floor space you have available
2. Consider the need to upgrade existing equipment to integrate well with the new technology of automation systems; doing so will ensure that the product is discharged consistently to the automation equipment.
3. Consider whether automating will require a change in the style, size or format of your current packages
Please contact us for more information on packaging automation, or to inquire about custom engineering to order a packaging automation system specifically designed for your needs.