Paxiom launches XPdius Elite vertical bagger for big bag formats

Vertical form, fill and seal food packaging machine

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Paxiom XPdius Elite VFFS food packaging machine. Photo - Business Wire

The Paxiom Group has introduced the new XPdius Elite 1700 vertical form, fill and seal food packaging machine for large format bags. Paxiom said the XPdius Elite 1700 vertical bagger could fill bags up to 17 (430mm) inches wide x 24 inches long (600mm) and includes film tracking, toolless removable pull belts, forming tube and film roll. Available options include bag gusset attachment, gas flush, hole punch, tare notch, polyethylene sealing assembly, pivoting bag support, bag tapper for product settling, and lot code printing.

Capable of producing up to 3,000 large format bags in an hour, the XPdius vertical bagging machine includes twin servo motors and drives for its pull belt assembly and horizontal seal jaws. These drives assure total control over acceleration, deceleration, and positioning while ensuring high performance throughout production.

Manufactured by WeighPack Systems, The XPdius vertical form fill and seal machine can be integrated with any auxiliary weigh filling machine, including Paxiom’s PrimoCombi multi-head weigher, Star Auger powder filling machine, and PrimoLinear net weigh filling machine.

Paxiom is a global leading packaging machinery sales and service organization representing leading brands, including WeighPack Systems, EndFlex, and ValTara.

Based in Las Vegas, Paxiom specializes in automated packaging machine technologies with eight global locations, including weigh filling, vertical bagging, pre-made pouch filling, flow wrapping, cartoning, case erecting, case packing, robotic palletizing, and automated turnkey solutions. Paxiom works with companies small and large to find the best-automated packaging machinery solutions for their business to increase efficiencies.

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