Presenting innovative high-speed solutions
(Lahnau, 14/02/2018) Hastamat presents its vertical form fill and seal machine RM-270 as well as the multihead weigher CP-HD in combination with a product transfer system at Anuga FoodTec 2018. From the 20th to 23rd March 2018 Hastamat presents its latest product innovations to trade fair visitors at Stand A41 in Hall 9.1.
“Our CP series multihead weighers are now also available in hygienic design", says Olaf Piepenbrock, Executive Partner of Hastamat's parent company, the Piepenbrock Group. The hygienic design is particularly suitable for precise dosing of cheese, meat as well as fresh and deep-frozen food products. The frameless structure is designed specifically for wet cleaning. "Our specially-adapted transfer systems allow flexible combination with thermoform or tray sealing machines. Thanks to the clear design logic, format change at the servo-controlled transfer system is performed quickly without the need for tools", explains Piepenbrock. The software is integrated in the weigher control and specifically adapted to the requirements of the food industry.
Speed and gentle product handling in one
With the RM-270, Hastamat presents its continuous, vertical form, fill and seal machine for the high performance applications. "With the compact overall height of the unit, we combine high speed with maximum product care", says Piepenbrock. With modular stainless steel construction, the machines in hygienic design are optionally available with water and dust protection. Structurally, the drive elements are clearly separated from the product, thus facilitating machine maintenance and cleaning. "With an output of up to 220 bags per minute, the RM-270 effectively covers all formats and bag shapes. Different types of feeding systems and special applications can be flexibly integrated", specifies Olaf Piepenbrock as further advantages of the form, fill and seal machine. At the Anuga FoodTec trade fair Hastamat exhibits the machine in combination with a product transfer system that forms the interface with the further machinery in the packaging process.