FlexBlow launches blowing, inspection & palletizing machine

Takes half of the floor space compared to traditional layout

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FlexBlow launches blowing, inspection & palletizing machine
The patented innovation integrates blowing, quality control, and packing

FlexBlow, a Lithuania-based manufacturer of blow molding machines, has introduced BlowPack, a turn-key solution for complete manufacturing automation from preforms to palletized containers. This patented innovation integrates blowing, quality control, and packing into one system. 

Load the preforms in the morning and collect strapped pallets of containers in the evening – with BlowPack, we took automation by a leap forward,” says Gintautas Maksvytis, CEO of FlexBlow. 

The first-of-its-kind machine integrates patented auto quality control innovations to assure that 100% of containers are inspected, and even a single unqualified bottle is removed from the system before palletizing stage.

FlexBlow, the manufacturer of the world’s most flexible stretch blow molding machines, harps on flexibility with BlowPack. It can produce, inspect and palletize containers up to 6 L, standard blowing and hot-fill processes can be available on the same machine, and complete changeover takes just half an hour.

BlowPack is said to be the most compact end-to-end blowing, inspection, and palletizing system in the industry and takes only half of the floor space compared to the traditional layout.  

FlexBlow had invited packaging industry businesses to see BlowPack live in Lithuania till the end of K 2022

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