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Endoline's high speed case sealer for snack foods maker

21 February 2012

Manufacturers seeking to increase the speed of their production output will be given a boost with the launch of Endoline’s latest machine - the 744 Fully Automatic Random Case Sealer which is expected to set new standards in high speed case sealing.

At a rate of up to 30 cases per minute – an increase of over 50% on even the market leading Endoline 734 high speed fully automatic random case sealer - this innovative new machine was designed and built as a direct response to a request made by a leading global snacks manufacturer.

This new record in speed is due to the inclusion of high reliability servo drives and, while running at its optimum level, the Endoline 744 will to be the fastest in the European market. With this capability to handle a very high volume of random case sizes the 744 can be fed via multiple lines – a definite advantage to any manufacturer with a high output of various sized case loads.

It is increasingly apparent the snacks industry are dealing with increasing levels of output and the Endoline 744 offers an efficient alternative to purchasing several slower case sealers which will not only be less cost effective but also take up valuable factory space.

Alan Yates, MD of Endoline Machinery, commented: “We were approached, via our Australian distributor, by a leading global snacks manufacturer who was looking for a high speed solution to seal random size cases of crisps. Our engineers have used multiple servos to track case and head positions for exact synchronisation and to maximise throughput and reliability. As a result not only are we meeting the customer’s needs; the introduction of the Endoline 744 has boosted our portfolio of servo driven machines – giving manufactures another higher speed option.”

The type 744 follows on from the highly successful Endoline 734 Fully Automatic Random Case Sealer which is the dominant machine of its type in the market and has been installed within major snack and biscuit manufacturers around the world. Significantly Endoline, with the installation of numerous 734 machines over the years, have assisted United Biscuits in increasing their production capacity on their McVities Biscuits lines.

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