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There are multiple packaging feeding systems today, of which MATYC is supplying the current market. But, as is well known, the market evolves, as do its needs.
Currently, there are many companies that, due to space, internal logistics and other factors, are opting for the introduction of raised areas to take advantage of the space. These raised areas for empty containers must feed the lower area where the machinery is located, and with the appearance of plastic containers, collapsible containers etc… we were faced with the drawback of proper feeding.
With this system, we can feed different types of containers, and according to its configuration we can feed up to two tall and two base containers and can supply up to four containers in each manoeuvre so that the supply production in small packages is increased. In the case of plastic containers, we ensure that they do not fold or break due to hard falls.
With the motorised vertical feeding system, we get a continuous, smooth and high production feed wherever it is needed.
With this system for feeding in high production areas such as meshes, bulk, flow-pack and in combination with the traditional aerial system, you can cover all the needs of empty container feeding.
Temporarily and while stock lasts, MATYC has for sale under special conditions some automatic systems of filling of bins.
These systems consist of a bin unstacker, an empty bin transfer cart for feeding the filler, “giraffe neck” fillers with a weighing system included and subsequent stacking of them, with the possibility of collecting at one point if desired.
The weighing system and the communication possibilities of its PLCs greatly facilitate traceability.
All totally new machinery, originating in a cancelled operation, so that these machines never left the factory.
This may be a good opportunity.