NEWS (archive)


January 2016

Supply of a new composite cans closing machine

PAKEA has recently shipped to one of its Australian customer an automatic cans closing machine type MULTIPAK.

This machine is designed to proceed with before-filling one-side closure of composite can bodies by a sealed recessed paper bottom.

Two cans are fed simultaneously per second and the first operation consists in an outer curling of the top part of the can body to prepare for after-filling closure by sealed membrane.

The can bodies are then transfered to next station where a paper bottom is die-cut from a reel, inserted and sealed to obtain an hermetic bottom closure of the can.

The can body is then finished by inner bottom curling anf flattening of this curling, before the ready-to-fill can will be extracted.

Sealing is done by induction for fast and reliable hermetic closure, suitable for perishable or humid products.

 


 



 

 

September 2015

Manufacturing of a new robot tube palletizer

PAKEA has finalized the manufacturing of a new high speed automatic tube palletizer designed to receive, count and palletize tubes on pallets, frames and racks.

This robot allows to improve tubes packaging, and therefore productivity of a tube production line.

This equipment is very flexible, able to manage a large range of tube diameter and lengths thanks to 4 picking heads, allowing the palletizing and the string interleaving of 4 tube rows simultaneously.

Lasts tests of this new robot are currently on-going at PAKEA’s workshop in Rixheim (France), before its commissionning at one of our customers premises in the Middle East.

 


 

 

 

April 2015

Development of the new paper tubes recutter ITR in its finalisation process

PAKEA introduces to the market its new fully automatique programmable single knife paper tubes recutter.

Extremely flexible, this new machine is designed for medium to large runs allowing a wide range of tube diameters with low re-tooling costs and fast tool changeovers.

Revolution of this new recutter is also made of its new friendly and easy-to-operate interface.

Lasts tests of this new machine are currently on-going at PAKEA’s workshop in Rixheim (France), before its commissionning at one of our customers premises for a test campaign in production conditions.

 

 

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