STOROPACK’S NEW FOAMplus® BAG PACKER³ FOAM PACKAGING SYSTEM BOASTS ALL-ELECTRIC OPERATION AND FLEXIBLE PRODUCTION OF FOAM PACKAGING BAGS
Metzingen, November 2021. Storopack introduces the FOAMplus® Bag Packer³, the third generation of its proven foam-in-bag system. New functions and a whole host of improvements make the Bag Packer³ the most powerful and versatile foam packaging system that the protective packaging specialist provides: all-electric operation with much faster processes, advanced film sealing technology, connectivity, and the option to create foam packaging tubes are just some of its impressive features. The foam packaging bags produced provide perfect protection for small shipping items such as ceramic as well as bulky goods such as furniture. The FOAMplus® Bag Packer³ is now available in Europe, South America, and Asia.
Foam packaging systems are an outstanding solution particularly when it comes to maximum flexibility in packaging: with individually producible foam packaging bags, the FOAMplus® Bag Packer³ provides protective packaging for many applications. The system processes films of 47 and 60 centimeters in width, allowing you to choose the optimal size based on the dimensions of the product to be packaged. The foam packaging produced with the FOAMplus® Bag Packer³ adapts to the contours of the packaged good and hardens, blocking and bracing the contents of the box. A new, optimized film sealing technology helps extending the working life of the sealing-cutting system. The FOAMplus® Bag Packer³ also boasts even faster processes: with 24 bags per minute (30 cm long, 50 % filled) it is the fastest Foam-In-Bag machine ever.
The machine’s all-electric operation is yet another benefit: because it does not require compressed air or hydraulics, the FOAMplus® Bag Packer³ can be integrated into the packing process without any limitations. The system is particularly easy to use. The 10” display allows you to adjust the size and fill volume of the bag, program bag sequences, and store defined packaging sizes in the system using bar codes.