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Flowrapper aimed at confectionery and bakery sector

12 May 2014

The latest addition to Ulma’s range of automated food industry flowrappers is the high speed FR 500, which is said to be suitable for use with a wide range of films that help maintain the texture and quality of chocolate, confectionery and biscuits.

 The flowrapper is able to wrap single chocolate bars at up to 600packs/min using a multi-axis control system that synchronises the main machine movements and comes complete with a variety of automatic feeders and autoloaders. It can be used to wrap a variety of slab sizes.

The equipment can be easily integrated into a high-speed automated line, featuring row distribution systems, product buffering and recycling during production, product orientation and automatic indexing.


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