Choose from different types of soybean bagging equipment that automatically weighs and fills bags, bulk bags, and totes with different types of soybean seeds, soybean flour, and soybean meal.
Fill 16 oz – 110 pound bags with soybean flour and meal using an auger gross weigh bagger, and then seal them with a pinch bottom bag closer. For filling bags with soybean seeds, we recommend using a digital gross weigh bagger or bulk bag filling station, and a bag sewer and pedestal. All soybean packaging machines have an accuracy of +/- 0.5-1% of target weight and can operate at different bagging speeds.
After closing the bags, convey them through a bag flattener and then onto a palletizer and stretch wrapper. Using a robotic palletizer and automatic stretch wrapper for the fastest return on investment.
Financing options are available.
Fill 16 oz – 110 pound bags up to 5 bags per minute with Soybean Flour or Meal
For packaging soybean flour into larger 1-50 pound bags for wholesale, we recommend using an auger fed gross weigher that can fill a variety of open mouth bags. Soybean flour flows by gravity from a supply hopper into the machine. When a fill cycle is started, product is fed using an auger feeder into the funnel spout and into the bag.
Fill 20 – 110 pound bags up to 8 bags per minute with Soybeans
For soybean bagging equipment that packages seeds into larger 20-110 pound bags, we recommend using a digital gross weigh bagger that can fill a variety of open mouth bags. Soybean meal flows by gravity from a supply hopper into the machine. When a fill cycle is started, product flows through the gravity gate, into the funnel spout, and into the bag. This type of machine is an automatic digital scale gross weighing filler that simultaneously fills and weighs product directly into the bag.
Once the bag is filled, it is placed on a sewing conveyor, where it is moved through a bag sewing pedestal. Higher speed, fixed bag sewers on conveyors usually sew bags shut at rates up to 20 bags per minute.
After sewing, the packaged soybean product is conveyed to a palletizing station, where a robotic palletizer, or operator, uniformly stacks the bags on a pallet for shipping. From there, the pallets are moved through a pallet stretch wrapper and onto storage or shipping.