A large variety of mid-range, multi-purpose applications are covered by the Pack 201 wrapper. It is ideal for applications where flexibility and fast changeovers are required due to its use of servo controls and pre-programmable recipes. Mechanical adjustments are easy to make and are repeatable. The infeed, finwheels and cutting head are cantilevered for sanitation for easy cleaning and reduced maintenance.
The Pack 201 wrapper is easy to maintain. Its proven reliable technology uses the highest quality parts to minimize downtime. The electrical panel is enclosed and completely separated from the mechanics of the machine.
Pack 201 HS
A high speed version of the standard Pack 201, the Pack 201 HS increases the maximum film speed 50% up to 60 m/min producing up to 450 packages/min in a 3-up configuration.
|Specifications Pack 201|
|Product length||40 mm (1.5") to 565 mm (22.2")|
|Product width||12 mm (0.5") to 250 mm (9.8")|
|Product height||6 mm (0.23") to 100 mm (4.3")|
|Reel diameter||Max. 400 mm (15.7")|
|Reel weight||Max. 35 kg|
|Film width||Max. 650 mm|
|Output - Standard Pack 201|
|Max. 1-up capacity||Up to 150 packages/min|
|Max. 2-up capacity||Up to 250 packages/min|
|Max. film speed||Up to 40 m/min|
|Output - Pack 201 HS|
|Max. 2-up capacity||Up to 300 packages/min|
|Max. 3-up capacity||Up to 450 packages/min|
|Max. film speed||Up to 60 m/min|
Technical data are subject to change
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Guide to Flow Wrapping
This guide presents the basic principles of horizontal flow wrapping. It is intended to educate users new to flow wrapping as well as help experienced users looking for a quick reference guide. In addition to covering basic operational principles of flow wrapping it also includes common calculations and a troubleshooting section to assist users in initially setting up their wrapper, changing over to new products, or solving problems common in flow wrapper operation.
Product Distribution Conveyors vs. Robotic Feeding
This white paper addresses the selection criteria involved in identifying an optimal feeding solution as part of an integrated packaging line. Many manufacturers face this decision when automating their packaging line to achieve higher outputs or lower costs. This paper will discuss the key considerations that should be kept in mind when making a decision and compare Delta robotics and product distribution conveyors. Both technologies have there place in modern packaging lines. The decision to choose one technology over the other often can often be made after evaluating the suitability of each versus the following three characteristics of the packaging line and product:
1. Pack Configuration
2. Product Characteristics
3. Operating Environment
A large variety of mid-range, multi-purpose applications are covered by the Pack 201 wrapper. The wrapper is perfect for products such as soft bakery items, trays, candy, biscuit stacks and other food and non-food items that require mid-range speed.
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