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60% faster carton collation!

20 September 2011

Need to collate your cartons quicker? A throughput of 300 cartons per minute – up to 60% more than conventional machines – makes the new Matrix side-feed collating and shrink-wrapping machines from Linkx Systems

... the perfect choice for use in today’s food packaging applications where efficiency and productivity are key issues.

And high throughput is by no means all that the innovative Matrix machines have to offer. Equally suitable for use with frozen, chilled or ambient-temperature products, they provide multi-size collation capabilities with fast repeatable one-touch size change, and low-stress carton handling that eliminates the risk of product damage. In addition, packs from Matrix machines are stronger and more robust than those produced by conventional machines, allowing improved pallet utilisation.

Other key features include:
 Servo driven starwheel upender
 Servo controlled collation system, wrapping pusher and sealing jaw
 Energy efficient drives and shrink tunnel
 Modular construction
 Operator friendly and simple to use
 Rapid changeover
 Flexible and adaptable

To find out more about how the new Matrix collator/shrink wrappers could help you to save money and increase productivity, go to

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