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Traysealer promises to be gentle on products

20 March 2017

With its new G 700 traysealer, MULTIVAC is expanding its range with the addition of a high-output traysealer for packing ready meals, snacks, vegetables and fresh-cut products of all types. 

Gas flushing technology allows the equipment to pack even delicate products and those with crumbly constituents or those foods, which are hot filled, under modified atmosphere packaging (MAP). When producing packs with modified atmosphere, the G 700 uses gas purging of the trays. There is no requirement to evacuate them. 

The G 700 offers a high degree of flexibility when it comes to running different tray formats as well as high output and maximum efficiency. The traysealer achieves cycle rates of up to 15 cycles per minute with modified atmosphere. When packing without modified atmosphere, up to 18 cycles per minute can be achieved.

It can handle plastic, aluminium or board trays, as well as multi-chamber trays and those with a wide variety of shapes. Tray height can be up to 110 mm. 


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