Packaging machines and tools are used to package products or components. This includes machines that forms, fills, seals, wraps, cleans, and packages at different levels of automation. Packaging machines also include related machinery for sorting, counting, and accumulating. Packaging tools are extremely useful for aiding operatives in the efficient packing and storage of products. Examples of packaging machines and tools are accumulators, bag neck sealers, staple guns, batching machinery and bagging machinery. Browse through this category for a variety of packaging machines and tools available in Zambian stores.
Packaging machines may be of the following general types: Accumulating and collating machines. Blister packs, skin packs and vacuum packaging machines. Bottle caps equipment, over-capping, lidding, closing, seaming and sealing machines.
Package Equipment is the equipment comprised of multiple equipment & its components, piping, instruments, electrical items and other related accessories which are all fabricated and assembled at the shop and usually mounted on the skid which are ready for connection & use at the site.
Packaging machines are used to package products or components. This product area includes equipment that forms, fills, seals, wraps, cleans, and packages at different levels of automation. Packaging machines also include related machinery for sorting, counting, and accumulating.
A food processing packing machine will typically work by filling a particular carton with the food product, such as putting the soda into a can. Conveyor type machines will run the product over a conveyer belt where it will eventually end up in the package ready to ship.
Tips to consider when choosing packaging machinery
Electro-Mechanical Packaging is a major discipline within the field of Mechanical Engineering and includes a wide variety of technologies. It refers to enclosures and the unique protective features built into the product itself, and not (only) to a shipping container.
The demand for packaging machinery is largely driven by the increase in consumer goods demand, rise in adoption of automated packaging machines, and development of energy efficient machines.