Automatic tray packer / case packer with vertical filling (top-loading) system, available in versions 600 and 800.
The machine picks up a pre-glued carton blank for an "American-type" slotted case from the case magazine, erects the case (with positive flap folding), fills it (according to the chosen collation) and closes the case with adhesive tape or hot-melt glue.
The products (in-case products, stand-up pouches, pillow bags, etc.) coming from the upstream wrapper / cartoning machine are automatically oriented, counted, collated and inserted into the case by means of a pick&place system; in the meanwhile, the case erector erects the case and transfers it to the filling station. The case is then closed with adhesive tape or hot-melt glue.
The tray / case packer features a 1-metre capacity magazine that allows high autonomy; the case magazine can be topped up/loaded without having to halt the production cycle.
Production speed up to 15 cases per minute.
If the machine has to manage different cases, "size change parts" (parts to be replaced in the machine filling unit) are supplied;
Changeover operations are quick (max. 10/15 min.) and simple.
This model can be customised with the addition of modules, including:
The packaging world has been abuzz with news of Industry 4.0 for years, and particularly technologies for line automation and remote assistance. Few companies can boast Microline’s experience in this field. This Emilia-Romagna-based company has always put its customers first and foremost, seeking the best ways to ensure prompt and ongoing support.
Numerous factors have contributed to the market success of the AL80. This roll packaging unit is an ideal blend of strength and performance. Its packaging material requirements have been cut by using very fine film and a packaging process without any waste trimmings.
The first order placed by the Neapolitan company was for a side-loading case packer that was fitted to an interfolded towel and toilet paper line. The second was for a dedicated high-performance line for hospital paper rolls production, while the third order was fitted downstream of a state-of-the-art interfolded towel and toilet paper line.