SRE Automation has introduced a new VCF-2 vertical carton filler, suitable for high speed bag-in-carton applications.
The new machine is the result of continuous in-house R&D for a machine that is built locally with specific versatility to suit local conditions.
The VCF-2 is based on the company’s proven and robust mechanical build using stainless steel as the main construction material. It incorporates the pick of durable components which come together without any weak points.
The machine’s features include:
* Full servo control that gives vast range of stacking options.
* Advanced Human Machine Interface (HMI) utilising a touch screen with clear simple information and options.
* Works with a carton erector/sealer to fully automate packaging.
* High speed control system can be integrated into a production line or it can be supplied with a palletiser for a complete end-of-line solution.
* Locally developed software can be easily altered to suit customer needs.
“It’s all a matter of having 20 years experience of what works with local industry and fine tuning a good design to get it right on the job here,” says Andrew Jackson of SRE Automation.
“Our team in Richmond is headed by Anthony Ziino, a local engineer whose years of experience combines an understanding of what is needed to work economically for our customers with the very best of ideas and technology. “His work on clear and versatile software is really the jewel-in-the-crown in Australian packaging.”