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Flow Packing Machine

Description

What Is Flow Packing Machine

A flow packing machine is a type of packaging machine that is used to automatically package a wide range of products into flexible packagings, such as bags or pouches. The machine is designed to efficiently and quickly package products by creating a continuous flow of packaging material, which is formed into a tube, filled with the product, and then sealed.

The flow packing machine typically uses a combination of mechanical, electrical, and pneumatic components to perform its functions. The product to be packaged is usually fed into the machine by a conveyor or feeding system, and then the machine creates the packaging material from a roll of film or other flexible material.

The packaging material is then formed into a tube around the product, which is then sealed and cut into individual packages. The machine can be programmed to create different sizes and shapes of packages, depending on the product being packaged.

Flow packing machines are used in a variety of industries, including food, pharmaceuticals, and consumer goods, to package products such as snacks, candy, frozen foods, medical devices, and more. They are popular because they offer high-speed packaging capabilities, consistent packaging quality, and minimal waste.

More Details

Film width Max: 330mm
Bag length: 80-500mm
Bag width: 50-180mm
Product height: 5-65mm
Film roll diameter Max: 300mm
Packaging speed: 25-80bag/min
Packaging materials: OPP、OPP-CPP、OPP-PE、ALU-FILM-PE
Power: 220V,50/60Hz,6.15KW
Machine size: (L)4130×(W)940×(H)1520
Machine weight: 600Kg

What is working principle of flow packing machine?

The working principle of a flow packing machine involves several steps to create a continuous flow of packaging material, fill it with the product, and then seal and cut the packages. The following are the basic steps involved in the working of a flow packing machine:

  • Feeding System: The products to be packaged are usually fed into the machine by a feeding system, such as a conveyor belt, hopper, or vibratory feeder.
  • Film Unwinding: The packaging material, which is usually a roll of flexible film or paper, is unwound and fed through the machine.
  • Forming Tube: The packaging material is then formed into a tube around the product using a forming collar.
  • Product Filling: The product is then fed into the tube through the tube opening. Depending on the product, a measuring device may be used to ensure that the correct amount of product is filled into the package.
  • Sealing: The edges of the packaging material are then sealed using heat, ultrasonic waves, or other sealing methods, creating a sealed package around the product.
  • Cutting: The sealed package is then cut into individual packages using a cutting device, such as a knife or laser cutter.
  • Discharge: The finished packages are then discharged from the machine onto a conveyor belt or other packaging system.

The flow packing machine can be programmed to create different sizes and shapes of packages, depending on the product being packaged. It is designed to efficiently and quickly package products while maintaining consistent packaging quality and minimal waste.

What is difference of flow packing machine with other vertical packing machine?

Flow packing machines and vertical packing machines are both types of packaging machines, but they differ in their design and the types of products they are suitable for packaging.

Flow packing machines are designed to package products that are fed in a continuous flow, such as loose items, snacks, or candies. They create a continuous flow of packaging material, which is formed into a tube, filled with the product, and then sealed and cut into individual packages. Flow packing machines are also sometimes referred to as horizontal packaging machines.

On the other hand, vertical packing machines are designed to package products that are fed in a vertical orientation, such as powders, granules, or liquids. They typically use a vertical bag form, fill, and seal process, where the packaging material is formed into a bag, filled with the product, and then sealed and cut into individual packages. Vertical packing machines are also sometimes referred to as form-fill-seal machines.

The main differences between flow packing machines and vertical packing machines are:

  • Product Orientation: Flow packing machines are suitable for packaging products that can be fed in a continuous flow, while vertical packing machines are suitable for packaging products that can be fed in a vertical orientation.
  • Packaging Material: Flow packing machines use flexible packaging materials, such as film or paper, that are formed into a tube around the product, while vertical packing machines use flat packaging material that is formed into a bag around the product.
  • Packaging Process: Flow packing machines use a horizontal packaging process, while vertical packing machines use a vertical packaging process.
  • Product Variety: Flow packing machines are suitable for packaging a wide range of products, including food items, medical devices, and consumer goods, while vertical packing machines are mainly used for packaging granular or powdered products, such as snacks, nuts, coffee, or spices.

In summary, while both flow packing machines and vertical packing machines are used for packaging products, they differ in their design, packaging process, and the types of products they are suitable for packaging.

What is application of flow packing machine?

Flow packing machines are used in a wide range of industries for packaging various products, including food, pharmaceuticals, and consumer goods. The main application of flow packing machines is for packaging products that can be fed in a continuous flow, such as loose items, snacks, or candies. The following are some common applications of flow packing machines:

  • Food Packaging: Flow packing machines are widely used in the food industry for packaging snacks, confectionery items, bakery products, frozen foods, and other food products.
  • Medical Device Packaging: Flow packing machines are also used for packaging medical devices, such as syringes, needles, and other medical instruments.
  • Consumer Goods Packaging: Flow packing machines are used for packaging various consumer goods, including personal care items, household items, and electronic products.
  • Hardware and Fastener Packaging: Flow packing machines are also used in the hardware industry for packaging screws, bolts, and other fasteners.
  • Agricultural Product Packaging: Flow packing machines are used for packaging agricultural products, such as fruits and vegetables, in a variety of formats, including pouches and bags.
  • Cosmetics Packaging: Flow packing machines are used for packaging various cosmetic products, including creams, lotions, and other beauty products.
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