Packaging technology for the chemical industry

HAVER & BOECKER at POWTECH 2010, Hall 9, Stand 526

PE bag available with carrying handles
(PresseBox) ( Oelde/Germany, )
Customer demands for packing technology have undergone profound changes. In former times requests for durability, operational reliability and long machine lifetimes were at the focus. But today customer demands also include higher speeds, cleanliness, weighing accuracy, high levels of product protection, ease of operation and ease of maintenance. And now there are also the demands for environmental protection, energy savings and new types of packaging materials.

These demands can be handled using the HAVER INTEGRA® and ROTOSEAL® system and the proven valvebag for small and large outputs. In addition it is now possible to fill powdertype chemical products into watertight PE bags, which assure far greater product protection. This was made possible by combining a new machine concept together with a new bag concept. This technology is presented under the names of THE ADAMS® and THE BENJAMIN®. THE ADAMS® is a rotating highspeed system equipped with 8 or 10 filling spouts which allow packing speeds of up to 1200 bags/hr. THE BENJAMIN® is the compact variant of the ADAMS system and has 1 - 4 filling spouts. It's ideal for mediumsize capacities in bags from a continuous PE film tube. Compact size and high flexibility are the prominent features of THE BENJAMIN®.

As a specialist for packing, HAVER & BOECKER offers a wide range of machines and is able to deliver the optimum solution to meet customer requirements.
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