KHS has reduced changeover times on its InnoPET Blomax stretch blow moulders by more than half for all standard neck designs.
The Advanced series by KHS enables automatic changeovers from one reel to the next on its packaging machinery.
Bosch Packaging Technology's Presto D3 machine range offers features designed to ensure non-stop operation.
The DX-Series by PFM is a horizontal packaging machine that produces stand-up pouches.
SMC Pneumatics solves the problem of static in manufacturing environments with its range of three different types of ionisers.
Ampack's FCL 3080 A aseptic linear filling and sealing machine, for dairy, baby food and clinical nutrition, is said to enhance product safety.
The tna ropac 5 is an ultrahigh-speed case packer for flexible bags that is capable of speeds of up to 300 bags/min.
tna's performance 5.0 is a high-performance vertical packaging system, high-speed multihead scale and a case packer for flexible bags.
The GEA DeltaPak is an entry-level configuration that gives smaller-scale packaging operations access to the GEA PowerPak platform.
Proseal's comprehensive tray sealer range includes both semiautomatic and automatic models designed for a wide variety of food production and packing line requirements with sealing speeds of up to 210 packs/min.
Tsubaki has developed a special chain for tray packing machinery widely used in the food and beverage industry. It is internally lubricated so that it is clean in use and does not require regular re-lubrication.
Confoil's Pack and Seal systems are designed for busy kitchens and are suited to aged-care and Meals on Wheels organisations. Comprising custom packaging, lidding and machinery solutions, options can be tailored specifically to kitchen layouts, staff ratios, cooking methods and the packaging requirements of the consumer.
Sidel's SteadyEDGE technology is used to produce flat, oval and rectangular container base designs in PET.
The Multi-Fill MPFSC-120 filler can deposit products at speeds up to 120 containers/min.
The Australian packaging and food processing market is overdue for an innovation injection. Consider the humble tin can, which is still one of the most dominant forms of packaging in this country — even though it was invented over 200 years ago.