Packaging, labelling & coding

Inclusions for baked goods

06 July, 2009 | Supplied by: Hawkins Watts Australia Ltd

Hawkins Watts has available a range of inclusions for baked goods including the Felix Koch Offenbach range of caramel, coffee and mocha chips, pastes and syrups. These products have endless applications in baking.

On-demand ink jet label printing

06 July, 2009 | Supplied by: QLM Label Makers Pty Ltd

The VP485 colour ink jet label printer from VIP Color Technologies is an industrial-quality printer in a compact desktop design that offers print quality, speed, reliability and ongoing cost effectiveness.

Rotary pouch filling and closing machine

03 July, 2009 | Supplied by: Perfect Packaging

The Leepack RP-8BT-Z pouch filling and sealing machine is an intermittent rotary machine with eight stations. It is designed for handling pre-made pouches such as flat and stand-up pouches (with/without zip). The machine is modular in design, with operating, adjusting and fault indication shown via a touch screen.

Carton packaging

03 July, 2009 | Supplied by: Tetra Pak South East Asia Pte Ltd

The Tetra Pak carton packages are designed with unique shapes and sculptured sides to improve shelf appeal. Enhanced packaging material and quality printing options are used to improve package attractiveness, make the product stand out on the shelf and immediately separate the brand from the rest.

Low-energy shrink-wrapping tunnel

03 July, 2009 | Supplied by: HBM Packaging Technologies

Ocme has released a low-energy, shrink-wrapping tunnel, designed to reduce the overall carbon footprint of its high-speed shrink-wrap equipment range of packaging machines.

Laser marking equipment

03 July, 2009 | Supplied by: Thermal Coding Australia

The Macsa Lasers range of laser marking equipment targets specific niche markets where existing CO2 laser technology has been unable to provide the appropriate solution.

Compounds gain listing

03 July, 2009 | Supplied by: Trelleborg Sealing Solutions

Trelleborg Sealing Solutions has two compounds that are listed by NSF International as conforming to the requirements of NSF/ANSI Standard 51 — Food Equipment Materials.

Specialist bagging systems

03 July, 2009 | Supplied by: Windmoeller & Hoelscher Australasia Pty Ltd

Despite the availability of highly sophisticated silo logistics, bags continue playing an important role in the distribution of bulk goods. Especially for applications involving small batches or the packaging of demanding products, the manufacturers of food tend to rely on bags because of their flexible use. When it comes to selecting the appropriate bagging system, the properties of the products to be packaged need to be taken into account. Free-flowing products such as vitamin powder make other demands on the bagging technology than do heavy flowing and/or powdery and dusty products such as starch. It is for this reason Windmöller & Hölscher has released Topas and Opal, two different form-fill-seal packaging systems specially geared to these applications.

Beverage filler servicing

03 July, 2009 | Supplied by: HBM Packaging Technologies

HBM Packaging Technologies has appointed LWA Engineering as its contract service provider for the SBC range of filling machinery. SBC beverage filling machines are widely used in the wine industry throughout Australia and New Zealand with a local installed base of 30+ machines.

Dust-free powder filling

03 July, 2009 | Supplied by: BEUMER Group Australia Pty Ltd

The Behn + Bates Maschinenfabrik Orbis has been developed for clean and efficient filling of powder into 10 to 25 kg bags. The units primarily address the needs of producers of milk powder, baking ingredients as well as any other food powders.

Integrated packaging line for Heinz

03 July, 2009 | Supplied by: Select Packaging Systems Pty Ltd

A G Mondini $2m microwaveable cup filling line has recently been installed at Heinz Australia’s NSW facility.

Automated packers

03 July, 2009 | Supplied by: SMI Pacifica Pty Ltd

The SMI range of automated shrinkwrap, tray and carton packers is suitable for those looking for a convenient line upgrade within the requirements of the 30% tax break in the government’s Stimulus Package.

X-ray inspection system

03 July, 2009 | Supplied by: Sartorius Stedim Australia Pty Ltd

The Dyxim X-ray inspection system by Sartorius can be used to protect final products from contaminants and, consequently, consumers against adverse health effects.

Siat/Mallis end-of-line packaging equipment

03 July, 2009 | Supplied by: Contract Packaging Systems

Siat/Mallis equipment is designed for end-of-line packaging machines consisting of carton sealers (tape and hot melt), pallet wrappers, carton erectors — both in semi and fully automatic models and other associated machinery.

High-speed inline checkweighing system

10 June, 2009 | Supplied by:

The Dolphin Checkweigher is a high-speed inline checkweighing system that is designed and manufactured in Australia.

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