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Kliklok Showcases Cartoning Equipment at Interpack 2014

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Kliklok Showcases Cartoning Equipment at Interpack 2014

Kliklok Showcases Cartoning Equipment at Interpack 2014
April 08
08:34 2014

At the Interpack exhibition in Dusseldorf, Kliklok will be in Hall 6, stand D27, exhibiting the latest versions of their innovative CELOX and Certiwrap C150 machines, with improved operator interface and HMI capabilities and now with a choice of modular infeed options. 

The C150’s infeed system can be customised to suit a wide range of products, ideal for the prepared foods market where shapes and sizes are becoming more popular.  At Interpack, the C150 will be running twin packs of dessert pots at up to 150 wraps per minute using a ‘scroll’ infeed module.  This particular machine will have a Siemens control package and HMI.

For products like cereals, frozen ready meals and confectionery, Kliklok will be showcasing their award-winning CELOX end load cartoner. With ergonomic design, robust stainless steel construction and top speed of 325 cartons per minute, this innovative machine achieves new levels of performance in terms of efficiency, access, sanitation, size change, and reliability.

At Interpack, the Celox will be running dummy pizzas into end load cartons, and will feature an Allen Bradley/Rockwell control package & HMI. Kliklok will be demonstrating the benefits of this operator-friendly, multi-language touch screen, with excellent diagnostic capability & remote data monitoring system.

Also on the Kliklok stand will be the Woodman APACHE continuous-motion bagmaker  and the Kliklok TRANSFORMER lock & glue carton erector. For further information visit www.kliklok-int.com.

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