Complete line for packaging confectionery

Volpak’s SP-90, Pak 1312, Daina 200

Volpak’s SP-90 offers high production rates, manufacturing flat pouches with a zipper, capable of achieving a speed of up to 280 packages a minute

The pouch machine is the SP-90 with weight control, a model which has been developed to offer high production rates, manufacturing flat pouches with a zipper, capable of achieving a speed up to 280 packages a minute. It’s a compact model, featuring the individual adjustment for each pouch forming, which ensures a very good quality finish. The zipper applicator is available to work with the press-to-close or the Velcro type system. The direct weight control is compact, designed to greatly optimize the line’s space. Once the pouches are sealed, the transfer machine leaves them directly on the static weight controller. Another pick and place system gets the pouches out of the weighing unit and leaves them directly in the grouping-counter or in the laminating-vibrating belt as appropriate.

The Pak 1312, part of the ‘Pak’ series, is designed for cartoning pouches. Ideal for confectionery projects, it allows grouping the pouches in rows, arranging them vertically in a display case that can be exposed directly on the shelf. Volpak offers a wide range of pouch grouping systems to cover the majority of the market needs. The Pak cartoners work with regular or irregular cases as well as several closing systems, stacked flaps, glued flaps or a combination thereof. To conclude the line we got the Daina 200, an automatic packer suitable for side load cases. Compact equipment includes the boxes’ forming (B1 Type), grouping and insertion as well as the closing either with hot glue or adhesive tape. Customers may purchase a packaging machine or the complete production line guaranteed and under the responsibility of a single manufacturer. Large and multinational companies have already acquired this complete line.

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