Wrapping solution
Syntegon’s mid-speed wrapper is ideal for applications where flexibility and fast changeovers are required. Photo - Syntegon

Syntegon offers a handling and flow wrapping solution for the packaging of crackers. The company ensures that your customer will enjoy every bite of crispy and tasty crackers by keeping them fresh and safe. The packaging solution offered by Syntegon Technology for crackers consists of a distribution system integrated with either of these.

Pack 201 HS wrappers with vibratory feeders for pile packs

Pack 201 is a mid-speed wrapper, which is, according to Syntegon, ideal for applications where flexibility (adjusting as per different counts and sizes of the crackers ) and fast changeovers are required. The Pack 201 also offers high sanitation level (arrangements for crumb collection and inclined design to prevent crumbs from accumulating on the machine) for easy cleaning.

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Syntegon’s mid-speed handling and wrapping solution. Photo – Syntegon

203 ECS wrapper with autoloader for slug packs

SIG 203 E is a mid-speed wrapping solution for slugs. The machine offers high performance, rugged design, and higher productivity (up to 600 packs in a min). According to Syntegon, it is easy to operate, clean and maintain. SIG 203 E is highly flexible, allowing diverse product distribution, feeding, and stacking options.

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