CTF-800 Container Bagging System
Also included in the mobile bagging range is our fully-automated, bagging line complete with a robot palletising system. Ideal for customers with limited site space for fixed installations and those looking for a more permanent fixture.
Depending on your product and operator, you can reach throughputs of up to 800 25Kg bags an hour with this semi-automated and fully-automated bagging system. The shipping container packaging system is the ideal solution for bagging aggregates, fertilizer, polymers grit salt, wood pellets, animal feed, compost, peat, soil and much more.
Includes Bulk product in-feed by means of Bulk hopper and conveyor or Bucket elevator, Weighing systems, Vertical Form, Fill and Seal System, Full ABB Robot Palletising System, Pallet Stretch Wrapper with optional Top Sheet Applicator.
- Containerised fully automated bagging system
- Film on a reel VFFS technology up to 25Kg bags
- Includes stretch wrapping container with top sheet application
- Up to 800 bags an hour
|Bags per Hour||800 (25kgs bags approx)|
|Bag Dimensions||Up to 680mm x 480mm|
|Suitable Products||Aggregates, Grit Salt, Wood pellets, Animal Feed, Dry top soil and compost|
|Equipment included||Includes Bulk product in-feed by means of Bulk hopper and conveyor or Bucket elevator, Weighing systems, Vertical Form, Fill and Seal System, Full ABB Robot Palletising System, Pallet Stretch Wrapper with optional Top Sheet Applicator.|
“As the original inventors of the mobile packaging plant I had great confidence in working with RMGroup on my project. They have a good reputation online and reading reviews and testimonials gave Pelot the trust to invest in this project.
The system needed to be fast, flexible and portable, the service I receive is great and maintenance and remote support limits any downtime.
From the start to the finish, the communication and updates were excellent. I visited on site with my colleagues to see the machinery before the installation and was very happy. Very professional team and I was very welcomed to their head office.”