Ossid Flexes its Packaging Muscle for the Food and Medical Device Industries in Booth 5239 at WestPack 2023

See how the Reepack ReeFlow 50 Horizontal Flow Wrapper can improve speed and operational experience for your next food or medical device packaging application.

Ossid ReeFlow 50 MachineOssid, a ProMach brand, is well known for its packaging expertise within the food industry, but did you know they also excel in medical device packaging as well? Ossid will be demonstrating the capabilities of its Reepack ReeFlow 50 Horizontal Flow Wrapper in booth 5239 at WestPack 2023, February 7-9, at the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California.

Ossid (www.ossid.com) is the industry’s premier brand in manufacturing sustainable, efficient flow wrapping, tray overwrapping, tray sealing, weigh/labeling, and thermoform, fill, seal machinery for numerous industries, including medical products, baked goods, fresh proteins, fresh produce, and more. Additionally, Ossid is the North American master distributor of Reepack, a ProMach brand. This partnership completes Ossid’s breadth of products, enabling it to consultatively recommend the best solution to its customers by directing them to the package style that best fits their application and production goals.

Reepack ReeFlow 50 Horizontal Flow Wrapper

Simple, hygienic, and flexible are perfect attributes to accurately describe the ReeFlow 50 Horizontal Flow Wrapper, a rotary motion packaging solution that is ideal for the food and medical device industries. The machine operates by packaging items with three sides of sealing, while also cutting down changeover time between package format types.

What makes the ReeFlow 50 the go-to flow wrap packaging machine is that it’s built with a fully stainless steel cantilevered design that is easy to access, clean, and maintain. The ReeFlow 50 is available in both top and bottom seal formats, and with standard and wide widths to accommodate a variety of applications.

When speed matters, the ReeFlow 50 delivers, packaging up to 180 products a minute. It comes with a standard photocell; no product, no bag sensors for less film waste. The machine is built with three independent pairs of rollers for optimal longitudinal sealing. Additionally, the HMI with 7” color screen can store up to 100 recipes.

Ossid is also proud to offer its 8000M Medical Thermoform, Fill, and Seal machine. The 8000M is engineered for high production/high-volume applications where speed and uptime are a must. The Ossid 8000M is highly customizable with several upgrades and options including thermal transfer printers and labelers, product feeder, loaders, and fillers, pre-heat station, and various control packages. Reepack’s line of flow wrappers may be used within the medical device space for high output dust coverings in the case of the ReeFlow 50, or for hermetic sealing on our ReeFlow 200 long-dwell flow wrappers. Our team will be happy to discuss your project application needs and which machine will offer you the best results.

To learn more about how Ossid’s packaging machinery can add efficiencies to your next food or medical device packaging application, visit Ossid in booth 5239 at WestPack in Anaheim.

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