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How to get the most out of your new automated packaging machine

2020-07-01T01:44:01+00:00
(Last Updated On: July 1, 2020)

When innovative packing equipment invested in the factory, they often require compact structure, quick delivery, high output, perfect automatic link, and reliable.

When Kaluwishi asked us for the innovative packing equipment on the 25th. June 2019. We know they are like this.

Additionally, they had bought 3 sets of packing machines to pack sugar several years ago to make their production pressure.  They touched some packaging machine producer under their research. Synda Pack is among one of them.

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Requirement Background

Kalungwishi locates on a cane farm. It uses canes to refine while sugar and brown sugar. They need all the machines to be fully automatic. Each packing machine or auxiliary packing equipment co-start with each other. Especially, the automatic working between the vibration sieve and the bagging machine. There’s a big silo between 2 bucket elevators that elevate the bulk sugar into the temporary bin of the linear weigher.

Critical Issues

The critical issues are the whole layout of the packing machine workshop. It must pay attention to the linkage between all the machines and make it fully automated production lines. The space is compact and the design should be able to contain the packing equipment within it. This gives our engineer challenges.

Strategy & Solution

Kalungwishi has a very good impression on the dual draw and high-speed Synda Pack’s vertical form fill seal machine. As most advanced VFFS, Synda Pack has in stock and ready to ship…

3 Comments

  1. new says:

    You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this topic to be
    really something that I think I would never understand.
    It seems too complicated and very broad for me. I’m
    looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to get the hang
    of it!

  2. Aditya says:

    Very nice blog . I loved the fact about requirement background and critical issues about Packaging Machine .

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