Nichrome has won the Pacmachine award yet again. This award is conferred by the Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP) for new developments and excellence in the packaging sector. Nichrome has consistently won the Pacmachine awards since its inception in 1994. The IIP has selected Nichrome’s Filpack Servo SMD machine for packing oil for the award, which will be presented to the company at IIP’s award function in October 2015.
Nichrome’s Filpack Servo SMD is a double head machine with an output of 100 packs a minute. It saves manpower cost as only a single operator is required for double output. This machine is PLC controlled, servo-driven and is equipped with an operator friendly touch screen. It has motorized web tracking, jumbo film roll trolley and can operate on 320 mm web width as compared to the existing325mmwebwidth. These machines have been installed at many of the leading oil manufacturers such as Cargill India, Kallesuwari, Wilmar Group, Kamani Oil Industries, Liberty Oil Mills, MK Agrotech, Nataraj Oil Mills, PGEO Edible Oils, Swastik Oils, Kanpur Edible, Narayani Oils and more.
The Filpack Servo SMD can pack edible oils, ghee, vanaspati and also a variety of viscous products such as tomato puree, mango pulp, fresh cream, shrikhand, mayonnaise and more. Moreover, Nichrome offers an integrated project solution for handling and packing oil.
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