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Horizontal and vertical produce bagging from Erapa

May 13
09:54 2013

Erapa’s Crima wrapping machine combines the characteristics of a manual/semi-automatic flow wrapper and form fill and seal machine in one unique, compact package.

The ability to be adjusted through horizontal to vertical positions to suit the product or application type provides a flexible solution to a wide range of low to medium volume packaging needs. Coupled with the additional options of print registration, date coding and weigh price systems the Crima offers a versatile, cost effective method for flow packing trays, vegetables, bakery, pasta and other granular product types as well as non-food items.

The Crima is able to run polypropylene, laminated, perforated and polythene films up to 1000mm wide and can produce bag lengths from as little as 10mm to infinity.

For more details, or to arrange a demonstration in their Luton showroom, contact Erapa (UK) on 01582 722462 or email info@erapa.co.uk. See them also at Total Processing and Packaging at the NEC, Birmingham on 4th to 6th June where they will be exhibiting their full range of packaging machinery.

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