Walls Machinery introduces the servo driven 744 fully automatic random case sealers from Endoline.
To be launched at Interpack 2014, the new 744 fully automatic random case sealers, available in Australia and New Zealand from Walls Machinery are up to 50% quicker than current case sealing equipment. Achieving speeds of 30 random sized cases per minute, this innovative new machine was designed and built specifically for a global snacks manufacturer.
Suitable for contract packers, snack manufacturers and online vendors, the 744 is ideal for any line that seeks to increase production output and where various case sizes are required to be packed and sealed.
Alan Yates, Endoline’s Managing Director explains that a growing number of manufacturers, particularly within the food industry, have to pack a range of different case sizes from singular packs and smaller refill packs to multiboxes for bulk purchase to meet retailer demands. Endoline has therefore integrated a barcode reader at the collation stage of the 744, which instantly reads each box as it comes through and the sealing head adjusts itself accordingly.
The high throughput speed of Endoline’s 744 fully automatic random case sealers is made possible by the use of high reliability servo drives. Due to its capability to handle a very high volume of random case sizes, the 744 can be fed via multiple lines, allowing manufacturers to consolidate case sealing from several packing lines running a variety of case sizes.
Endoline’s 744 fully automatic random case sealer was originally designed for a leading global snacks manufacturer who sought a high speed solution to seal random size cases of crisps. Endoline engineers used multiple services to track case and head positions for exact synchronisation and to maximise throughput and reliability.
Type 744 automatic case sealers follow on from the highly successful Endoline 734 fully automatic random case sealer, which is in service at major snack and biscuit manufacturers around the world.