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Case study: Budpak bagging machines for stockfeeds

Supplier: AccuPak By: Jessica Bryant
13 July, 2010

A Budpak bagging machine was recently supplied to a stockfeed supplier in Roma, QLD for bagging the client's range of stockfeed into 25kg bags.

Supplied by Accuweigh's Budpak branch in Newcastle, the GB55 bagging machines are available fully manufactured in stainless steel and with a dust tight bag holder.

The GB55 CASC bagging machines are a gross weight bagger featuring a belt fed input which is ideal for filling a wide variety of stock feeds. The GB55 bagging machines are semi-automatic in operation only requiring an operator to fit empty bags to the filling spout to initiate each filling cycle.

A Rinstrum 5100 batching indicator with automatic taring and automatic in-flight adjustment is used to quickly and accurately weigh the stock feeds into the bags. The 5100 also stores product names by full alpha-numeric characters for easy recall by the operator. At the end of each shift, comprehensive materials usage reports can then be generated and printed using the real product names – not using numeric codes like many opposition units.

Other bagging equipment supplied included a Budpak ASP9 Semi-Automatic Sewing Station featuring height adjustable pedestal, a Newlong model DS-9C sewing machine and the associated controls to automatically start /stop the sewing machine.

Accuweigh /Budpak is Australia's largest industrial weigh /packaging group and has eight branches across Australia providing complete after sales service support on all types of bagging machines; manually operated, semi-automatic and full automatic.