New Horizontal Cartoning Machine Launched

February 13, 2015

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New Horizontal Cartoning Machine Launched
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Bosch Packaging Technology, a leading supplier of process and packaging technology, launches the new CFC 2012horizontal cartoning machine. It was developed especially for large-scale secondary packaging formats of the food industry with a width up to 12 in.

“The development of the CFC 2012 is based on our long-term experience with bag-in-box machines and in-feed solutions, and backed by our profound line competence. Thanks to an optimized control and conveying technology, the cartoning machine ensures quick format changes, as well as safe and reliable product handling,” explains Daniel Sanwald, product manager at Bosch Packaging Technology.
 
Due to a wide range of in-feed systems, the machine can be flexibly used for many different products, such as bags with or without side gusseting, as well as stand-up bags with gable top. Even with the largest folded carton and product formats, for instance for cereals, the machine achieves an output of up to 200 folded cartons per minute. Modern servo technology guarantees supported, fast and reproducible format changes.  
 
Due to the insertion aid, the CFC 2012 achieves high efficiency and product safety. The products are gently inserted into the folded cartons, thus ensuring that they remain intact at all times. Since transportation is lubricant-free, no grease can compromise the product infeed. The products are transported via a robust strap conveyor belt that can be expanded segmentally. The CFC 2012 operates quietly and requires little maintenance. A three-star rotor with patented dual drive enables the safe removal from the large stock of folded cartons, and ensures highest process safety throughout the entire format range. Thanks to the compact design, the machine can be easily accessed, cleaned, and maintained from the operator side.

Bosch Packaging Technology, Waiblingen, Germany +49 711 811-57319 www.boschpackaging.com

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