Inever Offers a New Solution for Packaging Sachets of Salad Dressings and Other Pasty Liquids

Jul 29, 2015

One of the most difficult packaging jobs is to fill sachets with thick, pasty liquids at high speeds with accuracy and efficiency. The combination of small size and slow running liquid is the root cause of this problem. Inever, one of the leading stickpack and sachet machine builders in the world, recently mastered this challenge. The result is the new MVC series of vertical form-fill-seal machines that utilizes servo motion control and a new way to fill and seal sachets to accomplish this task.

The MVC uses a combination of continuous film motion with an intermittent sealing process to achieve a high rate of production – up to 1,000 sachets a minute for one of the new MVC machines. The MVC seals the packets on all four sides. This sealing method ensures package integrity. MVC series machines use high quality films of up to 100 microns thick, providing a superior print surface for eye catching graphics.

The machines are available with 500 mm, 800 mm, and 1200 mm film reels. At the upper end of production speed, the MVC is capable of up to 120 strokes per minute per lane and 1,000 sachets per minute as noted above. This speed gives the packaging operation noteworthy efficiency and lowest overall cost per packet.

About Matrix

Rugged, cost competitive, and easy-to-use, Matrix packaging systems include vertical form fill seal equipment for all types of flexible packaging, as well as INV PACK stickpack and sachet machines, Toyo Jidoki pre-made pouch machines, and FLtècnics rollstock pouch machines. As part of the ProMach Flexibles business line, Matrix helps our packaging customers protect and grow the reputation and trust of their consumers. ProMach is performance, and the proof is in every package. Learn more about Matrix at www.MatrixPM.com and more about ProMach at ProMachBuilt.com.

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