LTF-800 Mobile Packaging System
The fully automated mobile packaging system – the LTF800.
Our idea for the mobile bagger was born when we realised that there was a demand to bag product at source. Our customers wanted to reduce the cost of transporting product to bagging plants, so they needed a robust packaging system that was also versatile enough to cope with rugged terrain – a mobile solution that could be transported to various bagging sites.
Our mobile packaging systems serve quarry owners, aggregate suppliers, builders/coal merchants and salt suppliers across the globe. We consider the product specification, bag type, and throughput before building a line, including form fill & seal for high throughput, automated bag placing for pre-made bags, or semi-automated lines for paper sacks. Whatever your requirement, we have a mobile line suitable for your application.
The LTF 800 includes form, fill & Seal technology and an ABB 6640 robot palletising system. It is capable of bagging 800 small bags an hour.
|Bags per Hour||800 – 1000 (25kgs bags approx)|
|Bag Dimensions||Up to 680mm x 480mm|
|Suitable Products||Rock Salt, Fertilizer, Animal Feeds Aggregates, Wood Pellets|
|Maximum Form Fill & Seal Reel Diameter||600mm|
|Equipment included||Hopper, In-feed conveyor, Doser Weighing System, FFS – FPK 44, Bag flattener, Robot palletising, Pallet Magazine|
|Power supply||100Kva 125 amp 3 phase diesel generator|
|Stacked pallet height||2000mm|
“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.”