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Valve Bag Fillers

Valve Bag Fillers

Valve bag fillers weigh, fill, and seal different types and sizes of bags and containers with flaked, powdery, and granular products using compressed air, impellers, augers, or gravity fed spouts. The filling spout is totally enclosed during the fill cycle which minimizes spill and dust emissions.

These types of machines fill valve bags weighing 20 to 110 lbs. at rates of up to 12 bags per minute. Fill rates can increase up to 24 bags per minute depending on the type of material and number of valve bag filling equipment and machines. There are many different types of valve bag fillers including manual, semi-automatic, and automatic versions. Once the bags have been filled and sealed, they are conveyed to a station where the bags are palletized, stacked, and wrapped for shipping, storage, and sale.

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To give you a good idea about the types of valve bag filling equipment available, we have included different examples with descriptions, images, and videos. Learn more about filling plastic and paper bags with food products such as seed, grain, salt, flour, sugar, cocoa, cake mixes, and more. You can also fill valve bags with chemical and industrial products like carbon black, TIO2, Iron Oxide, Zinc Oxide, Hydrated Lime, plastic pellets, fertilizer, plaster, sand, grout, stucco, concrete, cement, gypsum, bentonite, barite, garnet, and graphite.

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Open Mouth BaggerThere are many different types of bagging machines using custom configurations to package many types of products.  These products can range from agricultural products like corn, feed, and seed to chemical and industrial powders like graphite, gypsum, and barite.

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The types of bagging machines are:

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Automatically place, fill, and seal bags of flour products or baking mixes in a sanitary filling operation.

Flour Packaging Machine with Automatic Bag Placer

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.

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Fertilizer Bagging Machine

Gravity Flow Open Mouth Bagger used to fill fertilizer bags

A fertilizer bagging machine, such as the Gravity Flow Open Mouth Bagger, 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 bags.  The bags are filled to a 50-pound target weight.

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This flour bagging machine fills and seals valve bags at a rate of 3-4 bags per minute with good weight fill accuracy.  Filling can be mostly dust free with this type of flour, but dust collection is still recommended.  This is a proven design refined over many years to give users an accurate fill weight.  It is ergonomically designed to reduce repetitive motions and have a quick fill time with convenient access for maintenance.

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Flour Bagging Machine

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The CBE Model 730 Pressure Flow Air Valve Bagging Machine is used for bagging mineral powders, mortar mixes, or food products into valve bags with internal spouts.  Types of powders can include cement powder, specialty chemical powders, bentonite, barite, sodium bicarbonate, limestone powder, and mortar mixes.  This bagging machine can also be used for food products like flour and cake mixes.

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Bagging System: Mineral Powders, Mortar Mixes or Food Products

The operator, or automated bag placer, spouts the valve bag onto the machine.  Then, compressed air forces the powder material from a hopper above the bagging machine into the bag.  When the valve bag is filled to a set weight, it drops away onto a take away conveyor.

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