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Kliklok sleeves GU desserts

21 September 2012

Kliklok has completed the successful installation of their Certiwrap C150 sleeving machine at Noble Foods, packing a range of delicious GÜ dessert mini-pots.

In 2010, Noble Foods acquired the premium dessert company GÜ Puds, and now produces a complete range of miniature chocolate pots, cheesecakes, and fruit puds. Kliklok worked closely with Noble Foods to design the C150 wraparound cartoning machine to exactly suit their production requirements, to sleeve three different sizes of dessert pots, in single packs and triple packs.

The project included integration with a Geysell feeder to apply a small wrapped spoon to the lid of the ‘singles’ pack prior to the carton being wrapped around and glued at the base. The project also included the integration of a Wolke inkjet coder.

The C150 was designed for Noble Foods with a scroll infeed system, ideal for the smooth transfer of the round pots through to the machine sleeving process at up to 150 cartons per minute.

With the benefits of icon-based HMI touch screen controls, patented rotary carton feeder, powered carton hopper, and quick size change facility – the C150 provides the reliability and flexibility that Noble Foods needs for their growing range of products, as well as the reassurance of continual production efficiency, with minimal downtime, reduced maintenance and low running costs.


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