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Ishida Europe upgrades range of snack food bagmakers

July 05
13:18 2013

Ishida Europe has announced that it is to introduce an enhancement to its Atlas range of snack food bagmakers

The company said it will increase its already-high speeds on potato chips by a further 35% to a performance leading 150 bags per minute, on a single packaging machine.

The new Ishida Charge Transfer Control (CTC) system is easily retrofitted to existing Atlas systems, meaning packing capacity can be immediately boosted with no requirements for additional floor space.

According to Ishida, the CTC enhances the weighing and bag-making operation by providing greater control of the product charge, the process where product is transferred from the weigher through the bagmaker.

The CTC enhances the proven performance of the Atlas bagmaker whose innovative double rotary jaw motion delivers high packing speeds along with accurate film registration and tight bag seals.

“This is a further improvement to what was already the best-in-class weighing and bagging solution for the snacks market,” said Simon Ruffley, Ishida Europe’s business manager for Snacks Packaging Systems.

He added: “Through further control of the product charge, we have once again extended the boundaries of what can be achieved, delivering the sort of high packing speeds for snack products that up until now were simply unattainable.”

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