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tna VFFS rotary polyethylene packaging system robag® FXIS

tna robag® FXIS is a solution for packaging applications such as fresh produce and confectionery using polyethylene (PE) film.

The tna robag® FXIS is a rotary vertical, form, fill and seal (VFFS) packaging system that reaches up to 150 bags per minute, while offering larger bag size capabilities with widths between 55-320mm and lengths starting at 50mm.

Standard features
  • Mono-rail long life vacuum pull belts
  • 38.1cm (15in) colour touch screens
  • Smart response film dancer
  • Quick change, lightweight former
  • Single pass film loading
  • Seamless integration with fingertip control
  • Auto positioning vacuum drives
  • Servo-driven quick change jaws
  • tna intelli-system® continuous motion control software
Optional features
  • MODBUS interface for SCADA applications
  • Former unload
  • Full up and downstream integration options, including:
    • tna intelli-weigh® multihead weighers
    • tna intelli-detect® metal detectors
    • tna intelli-scan® print code verification
    • tna intelli-date® code applicator
    • tna intelli-read® barcode verification
    • bag collators inserters
    • tna take away conveyors
    • augers
    • check weighers

Application: Vertical, form, fill and seal packaging of confectionery, french fries, fresh produce, nuts, packaging, powders.
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All above specifications are subject to change and may differ according to the product, please confirm when placing your order.

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