Pratham Technologies to showcase carton inspection system – Hall 10 Stand 46-48

Datta Deshpande, chairman, Pratham Technologies at his stand at PrintPack India 2015. Photo PSA

Pune-based Pratham Technologies will display its carton inspection system and automatic leaflet folding machine at the upcoming PrintPack 2017. The Supersort series carton inspection system has been developed in technical collaboration with a German firm and is available in two variants—Supersort 5002 and Supersort 5003. While Supersort 5002 comes with one camera for face inspection and one for reverse inspection, the Supersort 5003 has a third camera on the face side for inspection of defects in special operations like embossing, lamination, and UV coating. At PrintPack, Pratham will display the Supersort 5003.

cosmo“The Supersort generates more productivity as compared to manual sorting process of folding cartons. It is fast as well as reliable,” says Sham Desai, marketing manager at Pratham Technologies. He adds that Supersort has three unique features—a state-of-the art software, illumination box and air ejector.

In addition to Supersort 5003, Pratham will also display its automatic leaflet folding machine, which comes equipped with a cross folding unit, a pressing unit, a taping unit, a vision inspection system, an ejector and a vertical stacker.

Pratham Technologies will be present in Hall 10, Stand 46, 47 and 48.


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