A sleeve application technology that was developed to be integrated into food jar packaging lines (sauces, dairy products, etc.), after filling and sealing, by covering them from the bottom, so as not to contaminate the lid. This allows for a differentiated unique packaging
An end of line design with the flexibility to process injected or thermoformed jars, either individual or in multi-packs, allowing for the late stage differentiation of food jars, regardless of their shape or configuration (from 1X2 to 2X4).
To improve performance, the transfer of the jars to the noria carts during the sleeving and shrinking operations are automated and performed by robots.
This machine is designed to use the latest generation of films,with optimized thickness (20 microns). The shrink tunnel can be adjusted to the height of the jars, and a steam panel allows you to adjust the consumption settings to each format.
This module is positioned in the magazine for easy control and access. It allows for different forms of coding to meet traceability and serialization requirements: printing of the use-by date, barcode, and other product information. Several printing technologies are available, the most commonly used being inkjet.
This machine comes with a multi-reel system and an integrated automatic splicing function. This guarantees "zero machine downtime". It is specially designed for operators who run a line and allows them to increase their autonomy and productivity gains.
|Conveyor height||980 +/- 50 mm|
|Speed||200 to 600 cpm|
|Steam consumption||70 Kg/h|
|Steam pressure||6 - 8 bars|
|Electrical consumption||12 kWh|
|Materials||PET, PS, PP ...|
|Shapes||Cylindrical, oval, square,...|
|Sizes||from 60 to 800g|
|Products diameter||from 70 to 98 mm|
|Products height||from 60 to 150 mm|
|Type of films||PET|
|Films thickness||20 to 40 microns|