BMH Chronos Richardson introduces compact bagging line
November 01, 2001
by Emily Wilson
BMH Chronos Richardson recently introduced the Chrono-Fill PBS 800 compact bagging line that combines the advantages of its Chrono-Fill PBS 1200 and Chrono-Fill Speed-Line bagging systems.
The compact, modular design and construction provides options to extend the standard version with various equipment, allowing the bagging line to be tailored to the individual needs of the customer, the company said.
When designing the PBS 800, BMH Chronos Richardson put special emphasis on creating a hygenic bagging process, resulting in a guided bag transfer system designed for the entire filling and sealing process. The bagging process is carried out with very little dust, another important sanitation element.
Cleaning the Chrono-Fill PBS 800 is quick and simple, as all components that come in contact with the product are easily accessible.
The compact bagging line has a maximum output of 600 bags per hour for a broad variety of bulk material, including powder or dusty granules. The machine handles open mouth bags, with or without gussets, in capacities from 10 to 50 kilograms. Bag materials suitable for automatic placing include paper, polyethylene or polypropylene, or combinations of these materials.