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New monoblock for erecting and closing bag-in-box cases

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Mondo & Scaglione of Canelli, Italy has recently released a monoblock for erecting and closing bag-in-box cases, typically used for wine casks.
Mondo & Scaglione is an established global supplier of ‘end of line’ or ‘dry line’ machinery components to the wine industry.
The monoblock machine enables the erection of a bag-in-box case featuring short lower flaps followed by filling the box and finally closing it with hot melt glue. The machine can handle 2L and 3L bag-in-box cases at a rate of 20 per minute, and 5L and 10L cases at 13 per minute.
The case magazine can be adjusted to cater for different sizes with a pitch to pitch case advancement, electro-pneumatically controlled according to the case thickness. The magazine contains two rows of cases for the 2L and 3L cases, and a row of cases for the 5L and 10L cases. The monoblock is equipped with a double motorised conveyor, which keeps the case compressed inside the magazine.
Mondo & Scaglione’s complete range of wine bottle packaging machinery includes depalletisers, packing monoblocks, case erectors, division inserters, case sealers and palletisers.
Mondo & Scaglione is represented by HBM Packaging & Plastics Technologies in Oceania.

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