VFFS- Vertical Form Fill Seal Machines
"The Vertical form fill sealing machine (VFFS) machine forms the plastic bags out of a flat roll of plastic film, at the same time filling the bags with product and sealing the filled bags. Both solids and liquids can be bagged using this packaging system.
VFFS is one of the simplest and very common product packaging systems used in the packaging industry for food and a wide variety of other products. These machines can be distinguished basis operational performance, technology used OR basis the type of the final product.
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There have been quite a few upgrades on the VFFS machines in the recent past and rotary jaws, Rotary hot steel belt as a vertical sealer, ultrasonic sealing, all servo driven motions have given the capability for fast speeds and reliable performance of VFFS machines.
The secondary packaging of these filled bags out of the vertical form fill seal machines is still a challenge for many products. Are customers really getting the true benefits of these advances in technology OR the downstream packaging line is limiting the amount of benefits which we can get out of these new technologies. What do you think?
on March 27, 2016Vijay, agree with most of the things mentioned by you, but I think that there are many companies who are using pouch collaters, traditional methods to put pouches in boxes and robots to do secondary packaging and I think they are definitely taking the full advantage of high speeds of form fill and seal machines.
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