interpack 2023: Theegarten-Pactec presenting tailor-made packaging machines

Theegarten-Pactec will present tailor-made packaging machines that help save resources, energy and ultimately costs through their efficiency and flexible processing of sustainable packaging materials.

Whether further developed proven systems in the high-speed range such as the CHS or completely new designed solutions such as the cartoner BLM, all will be at Stand B51 in Hall 1.

For small-sized confectionery, food and non-food articles – the CHS packs chocolate at a speed of 1,800 products per minute and can be switched quickly and flexibly between nine different folding types. In addition, with the BLM, a cartoner will be presented that is adapted to the primary packaging machines in the high-performance range and with which the full performance of the primary packaging machines can be called up in the process.

The newly developed CHS is now able to process chocolate products at a speed of 1,800 products per minute. Its maximum flexibility is demonstrated by a quick changeover between nine different folding types. Thanks to integrated mounting devices and reproducible settings for product and material guidance, the required folding types can easily and quickly be retrofitted.

With the FPC5 the Dresden-based innovation driver is presenting a modular high-performance packaging machine at the trade fair that packs chocolate bars in paper-based flow packs – using the common cold-sealing process or the far more complex heat-sealing process. At interpack an application with large chocolate bars packed at a speed of 600 products per minute will be demonstrated.

Theegarten-Pactec is also demonstrating how packaging machines can be effectively and precisely adapted to sustainable, recyclable packaging materials by using the CFW-S to package chocolate bars. One highlight is the suction supported sealing technology located directly after the actual wrapping or packaging process.

For effective secondary packaging of products, Theegarten-Pactec will be presenting the BLM directly connected to the FPC5 – their first in-house cartoner. The system is a completely new development and designed for adapting to a primary packaging machine in the high-performance range. Visitors can witness the cartoner’s performance for themselves at interpack while it packages 40-gram chocolate bars in cartons.

At interpack you can see how it effectively yet gently processes two-packs of jelly products at a high speed of 1,200 individual products or 600 two-packs per minute.

At the Bonals stand, visitors can see a combination of a bouillon tablet press with the BCW3 from Theegarten-Pactec. The Bonals press is directly connected to the high-performance machine that packs 1,700 bouillon tablets per minute. With 200 BCW3 units installed, there are currently enthusiastic buyers primarily in the African market (90 per cent of machine installations).

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