Anuga FoodTec 2012: Meypack presents a new tray/lid case packer at stand B60 / C61 in hall 6 from March 27th to 30th in Cologne

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At the Anuga FoodTec in Cologne, running from March 27th to 30th, 2012, Meypack is exhibiting its VP 453 case packer - built of stainless steel according to the CleanDesign Construction Principle - to pack plastic containers of butter into trays with lids. The Anuga FoodTec is the food industry's most important get-together.

With this packaging machine, Meypack presents an array of ground-breaking concepts - concepts that provide interesting stimuli and perspectives for other customers and branches. The Meypack VP 453 on exhibit was built entirely of stainless steel according to the CleanDesign Construction Principle. Optimal accessibility, easy and thorough cleaning as well as the machine's high level of flexibility were convincing arguments for the customer, given that the stacking stations will be located in wet areas of production while the packaging machines will be in dry production areas.

The machine packs rectangular plastic containers of 250g, 500g and 1,000g in trays with lids. The unusual lid is inserted into the short side of the tray while the longer sides of the lid are glued to the outside of the tray. The plastic containers have a slightly conical shape and are sealed with a plastic lid on top. One challenge of the project was to transport the containers without pressure and to pack them in a gentle way because on the one hand, the lids can easily come off if there is even just a very little bit of pressure exerted and on the other hand, the product is still in a fluid state at the time of packaging and can easily swash onto the inside of the lid.

The machine on display features a number of highlights that are of particular importance for the food industry. In addition to the optimal accessibility, the CleanDesign execution and the gentle product handling technology, the machine is extremely flexible and can also be used to create wrap-around cases with external top flaps. The format changes are also fast and easy to manage.
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