Film splicing gap
Refers to the piece (strap) of adhesive tape that joins together the film originally coming from two separate reels. This film splicing is done with a high accuracy, maintaining the pouch format and automatically rejecting 4 pouches which are not filled since they’re deemed as not valid.
Zipper gap detection
Detect zipper splicing; i.e., the piece of adhesive tape that joins together the zipper coming from two different reels. Same as with the film splicing gap, the 4 pouches affected by the splicing are not filled and get rejected.
The film splicing gap and zipper gap detection systems can be included on any machine model. They operate as fast as the application/process allows.
These FL Tecnics HFFS machines can produce an assortment of pouch sizes to packaging a variety of pouches for pets. Including petfood, snacks, treats, and nutraceuticals.
FL Tecnics 2.6 HFFS bagger. Creating large bags from rollstock, machine has an optional zipper module.
Show demonstration: Insert a corner spout or a center spout from the same applicator
High speed die-cutting for forms shaped and flat doypack pouches on the same machine without needing to change large parts
Progressive fixation system firmly grips bag for incredible stability. Speeds running large bags reaches up to 40 pouches per minute
This video shows off the strength of the gripper on the rollstock pouch packaging system.