Bosch Packaging Technology is set to unveil two new vertical solutions at the Pack Expo event in Las Vegas, US.
The event will take place between 25 and 27 September.
At the event, the company will exhibit two solutions, of which first one combines Yamato multihead weigher ADW-O-0314S with Bosch’s SVE 3220 DZ vertical form, fill and seal (VFFS) machine. It is designed for confectionery, bakery, nuts and grain producers.
The SVE 3220 DZ holds capacity to handle Doy Zip formats up to 320mm high and 250mm wide.
It can produce seven different bag styles such as pillow, gusseted, block bottom, corner seal, full corner seal, three-sided seal, as well as Doy and Doy Zip.
The bagger components include color codes to make changeovers clear and reproducible, helping to avoid operator errors.
The second solution aggregates the Ishida weigher CCW-RVE with Bosch’s SVC 4020 VFFS hygienic bagger to enable food producers meet diverse food safety regulations.
Bosch will exhibit its SVC 4020 vertical bagger along with the Ishida weigher CCW-RVE for the producers of French fries, IQF, frozen vegetables, poultry and other free-flowing goods.
The new solution helps producers to meet strict hygienic requirements and address individual production standards and demands.
The continuous motion VFFS machine has been developed for high uptime, easy set-up, operation and maintenance.
Bag style flexibility enables foods manufacturers to select from pillow, block bottom, gusseted and corner seal pack styles with different reclose and easy opening features in widths of up to 400mm.
Bosch Packaging Technology New Richmond product manager Kelly Meer said: “At the show, we will demonstrate two of our latest vertical solutions featuring weighers from Yamato and Ishida.
“Our system competence includes processing, product handling, filling and dosing, primary, secondary and tertiary packaging that can be linked together with both Bosch and third-party equipment for system automation.”
Image: Bosch and Yamato’s streamlined vertical solution for large Doy Zip formats. Photo: courtesy of Robert Bosch GmbH.