TF/F/S for Flexible and Semi-Rigid Film(13 companies)
Machines that heat and apply vacuum or pressure to continuous rolls of thermoformable film to form packages such as trays, cups, portion packs, and often their lids prior to filling, hermetically sealing and cutting the package. Examples include portion packs of chocolate pudding or trays of sausages, pasta or medical devices. Are you looking at new tray, blister, or clamshell equipment? Here are some best practices on what to look for.
BW Packaging Systems
Synerlink’s thermoform/fill/seal machines use heat and air pressure to convert a plastic film into custom-formed cups that are then filled, sealed and cut. From single serve to packs, Synerlink provides solutions for basic to sophisticated recipes as well as for medium to large production volumes. Synerlink’s Arcil, Dairy Pack and Dinieper brands of form/fill/seal cup fillers offer customers the freedom to create any SKU they need, as well as multi-flavor or multi-product packs. Equipment runs cups of PS, PET, PLA and PP at speeds of up to 61,400 cups/hour and features Ultra-clean filling.
Harpak-ULMA Packaging LLC
Harpak-ULMA Packaging LLC offers equipment with thermoforming capabilities including skin pack, vacuum pack, modified atmosphere, A variety of sizes and designs to meet space requirements, sanitation, and hygienic standards. Equipment can be equipped with Allen Bradley parts and Rockwell Automation controls. Machines can produce multi-cavity packs, easy-open and reclosable systems, and use multiple films in one pack.
IMA Dairy and Food USA
Smart Cup is a continuous motion thermoform/fill/seal machine that is designed to provide maximum flexibility with regards to cup shape and size. The rotary design provides time for filling and time for sealing, which cannot be achieved on an indexing machine. Smart Cup uses a token at the start of the process, so there is no need for a punching tool; this design helps reduce maintenance costs. The token can be made of any thermoforming material: PS, PP, PET, PLA, multilayer.
Multivac offers vacuum, vacuum skin, shrink and modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) thermoforming machines designed to handle every level of output, from entry-level and medium-output models to thermoformers for high-volume operations. Multivac’s compact thermoformers for small to medium batches include the R 081, which runs rigid and flexible films in a space of only three square meters. The R 245 is a freely configurable thermoforming packaging machine with a comprehensive range of equipment options and the ability to handle highly complex pack shapes at high output. The R 515 thermoforming packaging machine for vacuum and MAP applications is designed for packing fresh meat in flexible film and can be equipped with the MULTIVAC Track-and-Trace™ system for traceability.
Ossid thermoform packaging machines, tray sealers, and vacuum skin packaging (VSP) equipment includes the ReeMatic Series of automatic tray sealers designed to meet the needs of medium to high level processors who produce ambient, modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) and vacuum skin pack (VSP) packaging. The ReeMatic 150 has a multi-lane tray loading conveyor customizable from one to six tracks. The ReeMatic 250 has a multi-lane tray loading conveyor customizable from one to four tracks. The tray transport system is driven by pusher rods guiding the trays down the line in a step by step movement, leading onto the defined die-set position.
The Pharmaworks blister machine line-up is at the core of all of our blister packaging equipment. Each blister machine, often referred to as a thermoformer, is capable of packaging virtually any blister application for a variety of industries. Pharmaworks equipment has been designed for production in the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, medical device, animal health, and consumer industries. Each machine model is capable of packaging everything from solid dose products like tablets, capsules, and gelcaps to more complex blister packaging applications such as medical devices, syringes, and liquids.
PPi Technologies Group
PPi Technologies supplies PakSource Global, PSG Sung as well as Caveco trayforming equipment to produce leak-proof thermoformed trays that extend product shelf life. Full presentation of the products natural freshness and organoleptic properties. Limited CO2 emissions due to contained pack volume and weight and less food waste.
The RI-200 Rollstock™ machine is a horizontal thermoform fill-seal packaging machine for applications including food, non-food, and medical products. Features improved vacuum control using Busch vacuum pumps, solid frame construction (aluminum or stainless steel), Mitsubishi or Allen Bradley touchscreen controls, and a die system with multiple cut-off lengths and widths. Configurations are customizable.
Sarong (North America) Inc.
Sarong is an original equipment manufacturer of both vertical and horizontal thermoform/fill/seal equipment. The SD 9 and SD 18 are vertical thermoforming machines that produce single-serve containers in a continuous stream, using Sarong's patented technology. The turnkey automated process feeds both plastic film, and the liquid contents in a pre-programmed sequence. Containers are sealed with both heat and pressure to ensure a 100% leak-proof product. Sarong's Basic EasyLine is a modular horizontal thermoforming machine, designed for low and medium output of customized thermoformed plastic single serve packages. The modular design allows to integrate further functions after the forming that the package might require: manual or automatic filling of solid, liquid or viscous products, top sealing, final cutting of each single unit.
Starview Packaging Machinery
Starview has a large selection of standard and custom skin packaging sealing machines for non-food applications. Company offers shuttles and inline machines ranging from manual tabletop and semi-automatic units to fully automatic systems, in many standard and custom sizes.
Syntegon Packaging Technology (Kliklok LLC)
Syntegon’s new paper-forming technology offers a sustainable packaging option for applications where plastic has been the material of choice. Manufacturers are edging closer and closer to plastic-free solutions with predominantly fiber-based packaging materials that are tailored to the given product. Based on organic materials, FibreForm® paper from BillerudKorsnäs enables up to ten times deeper embossing than conventional paper. This creates eye-catching 3D effects for sandwich spreads, confectionery, cookies, facial cream and more. Unique shapes can also be formed from paper for various food- and non-food applications with the new TPU paper form, fill and seal machine from Syntegon Technology and the 3D formable FibreForm® paper from BillerudKorsnäs.
VC999 Packaging Systems Inc.
The new R-Series Rollstock Thermoformer from VC999 is built upon over 50 years of packaging industry knowledge and designed to be faster, cleaner and safer. Other models include the P-Series, featuring modular body components that are interchangeable for major line changes and product revisions. Thermoformers are capable of vacuum, MAP, and skin in rigid and flexible formats all in one machine and are designed with stainless construction for excellent washdown, exceeding IP69 cleanliness standards. Forming and sealing die lifts utilize an amazing design to deliver powerful, even pressure. And all p-Series machines and safety features are controlled by a fast PLC human machine interface (HMI) that is both user friendly and flexible.
Zed Industries, Inc.
Zed Industries makes a range of thermoformers for pharmaceutical, medical and other packaging. Featured systems include the Zed model SC series thermoformers of inline pressure formers that combine preheat, pressure forming, and trimming. The SC series produces packages for clamshells, medical trays, blisters, plastic food containers, pharmaceuticals, and horticultural containers along with a variety of other packaging. The packaging machines are built to withstand the demands of 24-hour production.
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