Bosch Packaging Technology will highlight horizontal modules for feeding, stacking and wrapping of products to the secondary packaging of biscuits through to a high-speed platform for precise distribution of processed cheese at FachPack 2015 from September 29 to October 1 in Nuremberg, Germany.
For manufacturers seeking increased output, Bosch will present its redesigned processed cheese conditioner that can be used either as a stand-alone solution or as a part of a modular line.
Capable of handling uninterrupted production of a wide range of cheese recipes up to 1,000 individually wrapped slices per minute, the DCS 1000 machine ensures a perfect and precise slice shape even at slice weights as little as 13 gm.
As a part of its biscuit packaging line, Bosch will showcase the Transver SDI product distribution system integrated with a low-pressure Pack Feeder 4 and Pack 401 horizontal flow wrapper. Visitors at the booth will also see the new Paloma D3 feed placer and top loader as a part of the Module++ line.
For high-speed production, Bosch’s Seamless Systems feature high-end technology that takes manufacturers to the peak of productivity, eliminating bottlenecks and reaching maximum overall equipment effectiveness.
The Two-in-One biscuit packaging system enables changeovers from slug to pile packs, and vice versa, in less than three minutes, and is ideal for manufacturers requiring high output.
For confectionery and biscuit manufacturers looking for high performing secondary packaging solutions, Bosch will showcase the Elematic 2000 wrap-around case packer.
Serving two independent infeed systems, this machine handles two times 200 units.
Thereby performance doubles while nearly keeping the compact footprint of one single standard case packer.
With its integrated control cabinet the machine easily fits into confined space conditions.
Designed for handling smaller products, such as flow wraps, folding boxes and differently wrapped chocolate tablets, the Elematic 2000 case packer provides multiple pack styles, including tray, classic full wrap-around and two-part, shelf-ready packaging.