Multivac to demonstrate automation and complete lines at interpack

At this year’s interpack MULTIVAC’s focus on the main exhibition stand (Hall 5, E 23) will include four fully automated packaging lines, as well as concepts for producing sustainable packaging.

Fully automatic packing in-trays

The heart of this fully automated line is the compact TX 710 traysealer, which is suitable for packing a broad spectrum of food products thanks to its range of possible designs. For printing the upper web, the TX 710 is equipped with a DP 225 direct web printer, which has an integrated TTO 30 thermal transfer printer. A multihead weigher from Cabinplant is used for filling the pots.

Packing in-board trays

Multivac will also present a packaging line for packing in-board trays. Here the trays are run on a R 245 thermoforming packaging machine. The R 245 is equipped with an in-feed system for the erected board trays. The trays are lined in the forming die with a suitable plastic film, which provides the required barrier for product protection.

Automated line for slicing and packing processed products

The high-output S 1600 slicer is equipped with fully automatic central loading and, thanks to its slicing technology, enables a very high slicing speed of up to 1,600 highly accurate slices per minute to be achieved. The SB 625 transfer conveyor ensures that the sliced product is transferred to the thermoforming packaging machine.

Fully integrated line for portioning and packing of fresh meat

The heart of the line is the TX 730 traysealer, a new model of the X-line generation. Pre-cut cardboard sheets will be run on the TX 730 for producing MultiFresh vacuum skin packs, and the traysealer will be equipped with an inside cut. Portioning will be performed by the highly flexible and multifunctional GMS 520 singlecut meat portioning machine.

New TX 810 traysealer

Multivac will present the new TX 810 traysealer to the public for the first time at interpack. Thanks to a two-track design, this model enables a significantly higher output.

Sustainable packaging solutions

On display will be a wide range of concepts, which contribute to reducing packaging material consumption in the production of packs, as well as other concepts for producing packs, which meet current requirements for recyclability.

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