Seal, stitch, and sew shut many different types of large open mouth bags and small open top plastic bags at rates up to 20 bags per minute. Ultra-sonic bag sealer machines can be used to hermetically seal and close valve bags at rates up to 3 bags per minute.
View ( 13 ) Bag Sealers, Stitching, and Sewing Case Studies Below
Bag stitching can be accomplished using a portable bag sewing machine or a machine that is attached to a stand that is a part of a bag packaging conveyor system. Portable bag sewing machine can stitch shut 4 to 8 bags per minute and fixed sewing machines have stitching rates around 6 to 20 bags per minute.
Bag sealers, or heat sealing machines, close and seal paper or plastic open mouth bags at rates up to 20 bags per minute. Paper bag sealers pinch the bottom of the multi-walled paper bags with a pre-glued flap and heats them until the glue reaches a melting point. Plastic bag sealers seal poly-based bags using a hot air or rotary band sealer to close the bags.
The case studies below feature bag packaging systems that use some type of bag sealer, heat sealer machine, bag stitching, paper bag sealer, or poly bag sealer machine.
A snack food producer needed to increase production on one of its bagging lines for breading mix. The existing equipment was centrally located within their process, which made any upgrades or integrations challenging. The customer’s project requirements included a bag sealing machine that uses and ultrasonic sealer to hermetically seal the valve bags. This way, the bags would be dust tight before dropping onto the conveyor below.
Choose from a couple of different coffee bag sealers that vacuum seal and flush coffee bags and pouches with nitrogen or CO2 to extend the shelf life and freshness of whole coffee beans and ground coffee.
Why is it important to vacuum seal coffee bags and flush them with nitrogen?
Vacuum sealing and flushing a bag with a gas like nitrogen removes most of the oxygen, making it difficult for aerobic bacteria to grow. Many large grocery stores, retail coffee shops, or online retailers like Amazon, require that coffee producers use VGF/MAP for their packaging for resale. VGF stand for Vacuum Gas Flush and MAP stands for Modified Atmosphere Packaging.
Product is supplied to the bag weighing / filling system from a product supply hopper / bin located above the bag filling machine. The product is pre-weighed in a 1.0 cubic foot weigh hopper prior to dispensing into the bag.
The NWB or Net Weigh Bagger is capable of packaging 20 tons per hour of BBQ wood smoker pellets into open mouth bags. It is a great solution to accurately fill bags to a target weight between 25 to 60 pounds.
This Wood Pellet Packaging Equipment is used to fill and seal 20-110 pound paper or plastic bags with hardwood pellets that are used for smoking and grilling BBQ. The typical system available for purchase includes a 37 -or- 71 cubic foot supply hopper, a mechanical -or- digital gravity fed bagging machine, bag closing equipment, and a palletizer.
This animal feed bagging machine and system has everything you need to fill 20 – 100 pound paper or plastic open mouth bags with many different types of feed. Buy just the bagging machine -or- buy the entire system that includes a 37 or 71 cubic foot storage hopper, bagging machine, conveyor and bag sewing machine.
Using an automated bagging system is a great way to reduce the operational costs of your bagging operation. Not only does it allow operators to accomplish other tasks, it also reduces the chance of repetitive motion injuries.
The Grain and Corn Bagging System combines product storage, filling and bag closing into one system. Efficiently fill and close 30-50 lb paper and poly-woven open mouth style bags.
The system has been engineered for bagging whole corn (deer corn), feed, seed, and other grains. The manual or mechanical bagging option includes automatic weighing. The system is upgradeable to a higher packaging speed with the addition of a high-speed bag sewing system to quickly close the bags.
Gravity Flow Open Mouth Bagger used to fill fertilizer bags
A fertilizer bagging machine, such as the Gravity Flow Open Mouth Bagger (GWB), fills open mouth bags with dry, free-flowing and minimally dusty fertilizer granules at a rate up to 5-8 bags per minute (300-480 bags per hour). The bags most commonly used with this machine are an open top poly bag or a poly-lined paper bag. The bags are filled to a 50-pound target weight.