Mamata Introduces an Industry Game Changer: The Fastest Simplex Roll Stock HFFS Machine

Mamata is excited to announce an open house demo of the world’s fastest simplex HFFS Pouch machine. The demo will take place from October 18-29 in Brandenton, Florida. The company is offering both in-person and virtual options.

The M-200 Ultra is a must-see innovation.

Quality and innovation

  • Designed with conventional proven servo technology;
  • Higher production speeds without sacrificing changeover times;
  • Smallest footprint for the speeds of a simplex machine;

Productivity and efficiency

  • 120 ppm mechanical speeds, which are comparable outputs to a duplex rollstock HFFS Machine or machines built with linear servo technology; and
  • Yields OEE of 95 percent or higher.

Rapid changeover and flexibility

  • Enhances flexibility with package pouch sizes from 80-200 millimeters;
  • Two filling stations for packaging more than one product in a pouch or use it for MAP;
  • Quick and easy changeovers with carousel design for filling section; and
  • Creates uptime and efficiency with format changeover in under 30 minutes (including filling station).

For more information, visit https://www.mamata.com

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