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Valve Bag Filling Machines
View case studies and examples of Valve Bag Filling Machines below. These types of machines are used to manually or automatically fill valve type bags with flaked / powdery / 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.
Fill bags weighing 20 – 110lbs 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 machines.
What types of products can you fill valve bags with?
Agricultural products such as seed, grain, feed, fertilizer, wood pellets
Food products such as salt, flour, sugar, cocoa, cake mixes
Chemical products such as carbon black, TIO2, Iron Oxide, Zinc Oxide, Hydrated Lime, plastic pellets, fertilizer
Industrial minerals such as gypsum, bentonite, barite, garnet, graphite
Building materials such as plaster, sand, grout, stucco, concrete and cement
The CBE Model 730 Pressure Flow Air Valve Bag Filling Machine is used for bagging mineral powders, mortar mixes and 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.
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The operator, or robot, places the valve bag onto the filling spout. 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 desired weight, it drops away onto a take away conveyor.
The Robotic Bag Palletizer can place valve bags and open mouth bags at a rate up to 30 bags per minute and is capable of placing pallets and slip sheets on pallets. It is ideal for handling multiple product lines at the same time. It can be designed around your plant layout with our standard bag filling line components.
Valve bag is placed on valve bag filling machine spout. During the filling cycle, the low frequency oscillating (or reciprocating) densifier is activated to settle and densify the material in the valve bag. This allows for complete filling of the bag to reach set point weight. Other types of densifiers are available.
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Valve Bag Filling Machine with Bag Densifier was last modified: January 2nd, 2018 by Grant Rice
Bag Flattener Conveyor is designed for flattening both filled valve bags and open mouth bags. Bags are flattened when filled bag is transported through two conveyors with the upper conveyor applying adjustable force to the top of the bag. Typically, the bag flattener acts as a incline conveyor that transports bags to the inlet of a bag palletizer. Bag flattener is designed to arrange the filled bags so that they are palletized correctly for uniform and stable stacking on a pallet.
Bag Flattener Conveyor for Valve Bags or Open Mouth Bags was last modified: January 2nd, 2018 by Grant Rice
Valve Bag Sealer automatically removes filled bags from valve bag filling machine. It then automatically seals the bag by ultrasonic energy or it uses a clamping heat bar. After sealing, the bag is dropped onto a filled bag takeaway conveyor to a bag palletizing machine. The Valve Bag Sealer can be configured for 1-4 bag filling stations.
Valve Bag Sealer was last modified: November 28th, 2017 by Grant Rice
Dual or side-by-side valve bag filling machine automatically fills valve bags with powdered or small granular materials. This includes material such as finish cement, bentonite, barite, fertilizers, frac sand, powdered limestone, gypsum, powdered iron ore, oil drilling chemical powders, titanium dioxide and more.
This system transfers content of a bulk bag for packing into 10-100lb valve bags. It can be used to transfer bulk material that is in powder or small granular form. This includes material such as finish cement, bentonite, barite, fertilizers, frac sand, powdered limestone, gypsum, powdered iron ore, oil drilling chemical powders, titanium dioxide and more.