New fast filler aimed at dairy firms

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Filling flexibility is essential to maximise packing efficiencies

Building on the success of the Fastfill 60 in the dairy sector, Packaging Automation will launch a Fastfill 40 version later this year.

Both models incorporate flexibility, high hygiene standards, clean-in-place capability and easy control. They can also cope effortlessly with changes in pack sizes, says the manufacture.

A stainless steel frame and machine bed, combined with easy to remove components such as the filler system, lid applier and heat sealer, offer hygiene and cleaning benefits. Control is by way of a touch screen which allows storage of settings for different recipes and easy recall for product changes.

In addition, on-screen real-time adjustments of all operating parameters, including fill weights, seal time, film feed and gas flush options are offered.

Contact: Packaging Automation, Tel: 01565 755000

Related topics: Dairy, Processing equipment

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