iba 2023: Theegarten-Pactec presents high performance packaging machine for snacks
Theegarten-Pactec's latest packaging machines for snacks include the FPC5.
The premium supplier develops and manufactures tailor-made packaging machines for small-sized confectionery and snacks, used by many global manufacturers. The mid-sized family business offers a selection of more than twenty folding types and covers all performance ranges from low-speed (up to 500 pieces per minute) to 2,300 pieces per minute with its continuous high-performance machines – suitable for every market and every requirement.
The high-performance machines from the Dresden-based packaging specialist are characterised by their ease of use and high degree of flexibility. The packaging systems from Theegarten-Pactec can easily be converted to other product formats or folding types.
Theegarten-Pactec’s latest packaging machines for snacks include the FPC5, which packages products in flow packs. Within the packaging process, paper-based packaging materials can be used, but also modern recyclable mono films. Theegarten-Pactec also supplies the BLM cartoner, which is designed for direct connection to the flow wrapping machine. Thanks to its modular design, the BLM can also process different product sizes, carton dimensions and product configurations at a range of different speeds. A single machine can handle a wide range of product configurations inside the cartons, be it single-row, multi-row, multi-layer and even upright pack formations.
At iba 2023 (22 to 26 October) in Munich Theegarten-Pactec will be present at the joint booth of its longstanding partner Winkler and Dünnebier Süßwarenmaschinen a manufacturer of confectionery machines. Both companies have been working together for decades and have completed a large number of joint projects. As system suppliers, Theegarten-Pactec and Winkler and Dünnebier construct complete solutions for snack and confectionery producers upon request, from the manufacturing of the product to primary and secondary packaging.