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Bradburys uses flowrapper for MAP cheese packs

By Rick Pendrous

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Bradburys uses flowrapper for MAP cheese packs
Bradburys Cheese, based at Buxton in Derbyshire, has launched a new range of mini-portion cheeses with the help of customised, high-speed Artic flowrapping technology from Ulma Packaging. 

The Artic flowrapper enables modified atmosphere packs (MAPs) to be produced for extended shelf-life.

Working closely with Bradburys’ technical team, Ulma adapted the flowrapper and integrated it with other suppliers’ cutting equipment, to provide a flexible production line operating at the high-speeds.

The Artic’s new long dwell sealing head is characterised by an oval motion profile in the jaw, which ensures packs achieve hermetic seals at high production speeds.

Contact Ulma​ for more information. 

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