Multivac to showcase next gen technology at FachPack
Multivac will be showcasing a number of innovations from its various business units at this year’s FachPack.
The company will be exhibiting its next generation X-line machines in the form of the RX 4.0 thermoforming packaging machine and the TX 710 traysealer, as well as sustainable packaging concepts.
The new TX 710 traysealer is a robust machine concept and intelligent control system, providing maximum flexibility, output and reliability. In Nuremberg the TX 710 will be the centrepiece of a fully automated packaging line, which also includes a L 310 conveyor belt labeller for the attractive wrap-around labelling of packs (full-wrap labelling).
A second packaging line will feature the RX 4.0 thermoforming packaging machine which features a range of innovative technology, including a comprehensive sensor system and seamless digitalisation to create a new dimension when it comes to packaging reliability, quality and performance. At FachPack the RX 4.0 will be equipped with a new generation of cross web labeller, which gives even greater labelling accuracy at an even higher level of output.
Also on display will be a wide range of sustainable packaging concepts, to reduce packaging material consumption and increase recyclability. One example is the Multivac PaperBoard range, which is made up of a wide variety of paper fibre-based materials for producing MAP and vacuum skin packs on thermoforming packaging machines and traysealers. This packaging concept will be shown on the compact R 105 MF thermoforming packaging machine, an economic entry-level model for producing vacuum skin packs in small and medium-sized batches. The packs can be designed in such a way, that the end user is able to separate the cardboard backing from the plastic barrier layer and then put it into the paper recycling.
The fully automatic T 300 L traysealer is also a space-saving, entry-level model. The machine can be designed as multi-track and combined with various discharge systems. Thanks to the simple die change, it can quickly be converted for different pack sizes and shapes. All conventional trays from a wide range of materials can be run, as can pre-cut cardboard sheets.