SIG Pack Systems launches new technology at Interpack

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SIG Pack Systems will be highlighting three new packaging systems
at the Interpack packaging show, held in Dusseldorf next week.

SIG Pack Systems will be highlighting three new packaging systems at the Interpack packaging show, held in Dusseldorf next week.

On display will be the New Generation Packaging System, consisting of feeding from store, primary packaging and the latest in secondary packaging. The new generation system is suitable for all piece goods, for both food and non-foods, packed individually or in groups.

This is the first exhibit of the new modular, seamless system with one control platform. It produces high quality packages and cartons at high speeds in round-the-clock operation and enables rapid changeover times for new product sizes and shapes.

For the primary packaging, SIG Pack Systems will demonstrate its new SIGHSM flow-wrapping machine. Loose or close fitting pillow packs can be produced, with the highest speeds running up to 1500 packages/min. The latest secondary packaging developments include the new range of modular SIGTTL top-loaders, now in an integrated, space saving solution, the SIGTTL-pi. The new top-loaders will handle a wide range of products including biscuits, chocolate, frozen and chilled food, health and personal care items as well as other fast moving goods.

For convenient primary packaging, SIG Pack Systems will demonstrate its new horizontal flow-wrapping machine, the SIGHSF, which produces a new type of resealable packaging. The resealable, airtight packages are ideal for foods that need to be kept fresh after the initial opening. For hermetic packaging applications the SIGHSF wrapper runs up to a speed of 250 packs per minute, with optional gas flashing equipment for Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) applications.

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