Paktek to exhibit auto folder gluers and flute laminators at PrintPack India 2019

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Paktek jumbo carton mini machine

At Print Pack 2019, which will be held from 1-6 February 2019 at the India Expo Centre, Greater Noida, Paktek will showcase the automatic folder gluers to make straight-line, crash-lock bottom as well as other special cartons. The size of the folder gluers can be customized through the support of Easy Pack.

Paktek deals in a wide range of custom industrial coding, marking and adhesive solutions. It is a supplier of auto folder gluers and flute laminators.

For automatic flute laminators, the available formats are from 1100mm up to 1900mm to laminate cardboard, single-face, single wall and up to double wall corrugated boards. Paktek automatic flute laminators can be in-lined with the pre-loaders for convenient feeding and automatic pile turners for automatic stacking. It helps in the collection of finished products with the choice of turning or non-turning, which in turn reduce the curving problem of laminated boards saving 50% manpower.

Another highlight at the show will be the mini machine to make JUMBO cartons, model KS-1600M and KS-2100M. The KS-2100M is capable of handling cartons up to width 4200mm. It occupies less space and provides an immediate solution to make big cartons with current converting machines of printing and die cutting machines.

Paktek’s self-developed automatic 2-gun cold glue and 2-gun hot melt injection system offers instant gluing and permanent adhesion. In addition to RSC cartons, KS-1600/2100M can make irregular-shaped cartons like smaller display, duplex boards and 5-ply corrugated board in single-piece, two-piece, and more.

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