Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Why Choose Form-Fill-Seal Technology?

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Form-Fill-Seal technology offers a fully-automated, cost-efficient and versatile packaging solution.

With ever-growing competitiveness in the global market, efficiency and effectiveness have become terms synonymous with competitive survival. When it comes to bagging products, Form-Fill-Seal technology offers one time and cost efficient solution.

The automated technology forms plastic bags out of flat rolls of co-extruded polyethylene (PE) films, simultaneously filling and sealing the bag compactly. Form-Fill-Seal (FFS) films, printed or clear, are designed to run on both vertical and horizontal FFS machinery.

What Can You Pack with Form-Fill-Seal Technology?

Form-Fill-Seal automated packaging technology commonly packs petrochemical, food, and industrial products into co-extruded polyethylene (PE) bags. FFS bags can be used to pack both liquids and solids in powder, granular and flake form, such as:

·   Building materials
·   Chemicals
·   Petrochemicals, including polymers, compounds, masterbatches and polymer additives
·   Fertilizers
·   Solid food products, such as sugar, salt, rusk, bread crumbs, breeder pellets, and pet food 

What Benefits Do Form-Fill-Seal Films & Bags Offer?

FFS bags are made to cope with high production outputs requesting high filling capacities that could reach 2000 bags per hour.

Lead Time & Inventory
FFS bagging lines offer high and consistent packing speed, thus increasing production rate, shortening lead-times of filling processes and reducing inventory costs.

Fully-Automated Packaging
FFS bagging lines automatically form, fill, and seal bags, with very low manpower supervision, thus saving labor.

Heavy-Duty Packaging
FFS bags can contain up to 25kg of material. They offer  drop and puncture-resistance to prevent material spillage.

FFS bags have low inner friction for easy flow inside the sack.

FFS bags have high outer layer friction for best pallet stackability and performance.


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