Simple And Economical Packer Can Reduce Liability and Increase Production

Manufacturers looking to upgrade their hand packing lines have a simple, cost-effective and reliable solution with A-B-C’s Model 19 packer. This efficient machine can reduce the labor required and eliminate the liability associated with the repetitive motion of hand packing, providing smooth and gentle product handling to maintain package integrity. The packer automatically indexes and accumulates each product load before sliding it through stainless steel loading funnels into the shipping case. The operator simply supplies cases to the packer.

This compact machine occupies only 75 square feet of floor space including infeed and takeaway conveyors. It runs speeds to 15 cases per minute depending on the product and the pack arrangement. Standard features include powered infeed with product sensors, no case-no load and no product-no load protection, full guarding with see-through panels, easy access operator controls, and product takeaway conveyor. It packs cartons, shrink-wrapped multipacks, rigid and semi-rigid containers into RSC, HSC and display cases and has features to ensure quick changeover.

A-B-C manufactures depalletizers, decasers, case erectors, sealers, packers, palletizers and accessory equipment for a wide range of applications.  Contact A-B-C Packaging Machine Corporation, 811 Live Oak St., Tarpon Springs, FL 34689, Phone 800-237-5975, Fax 727-938-1239,

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