AFW ERGON Series
LSK ERGON Series
LSK SF ERGON Series
CSK ERGON Series
ASW ERGON Series
SK ERGON Series
SFP ERGON Series
TF ERGON Series
MP ERGON Series
TPP ERGON Series
ACP ERGON series
LWP ERGON Series
CWP ERGON Series
WP ERGON Series
LCM ERGON Series
CM ERGON Series
CM FP ERGON Series
DV ERGON series
The new ERGON range of automatic packers is based on design choices inspired by key concepts such as ergonomics, technology, sturdiness and modularity, masterfully blended to mark a new, significant evolution in the history of SMI products.
You can point out the new ERGON packers rather quickly due to the rounded profile of the movable safety guards, which allow to house all the motors on the outside with respect to the mechanical units they run, facilitating line operator access when performing maintenance.
The LWP ERGON series includes automatic machines for the packaging of plastic, metal , cardboard and glass containers in corrugated cardboard cases and/or trays without film. The octagonal or rectangular trays can have walls of either the same height or different heights.
The LWP ERGON series case packers can achieve an output up to 30 packs per minute, according to the product.
The pack collations can vary according to the containers shape and dimensions; in general, the most requested collations are: 2x3, 3x4 and 4x6.
LWP ERGON case packers are equipped with a mechanical product grouping system and are supplied with an in-line or a 90° infeed conveyor, depending on the customer’s exigencies. The changeover is manual.
|LWP 30 ERGON|
|Packaging Type||Wrap-around case|
|Size (mm)||7200 x 1820 x 3000|
1In the machine infeed zone, a group of guides accurately lines up the loose containers carried by a conveyor belt featuring low-friction chains made of thermoplastic material. In the pack formation zone, the containers are clustered in the required format through electronically synchronized fingers and dividing bars, operating in continuous motion.
2A corrugated cardboard blank is picked from the blanks magazine by an alternate motion cardboard blank picker composed of a group of suction cups, moves along the blank climb and places itself underneath the group of products in transit with the short side leading. In the tray/case former, the cardboard blank is folded and wrapped around the products by special guides.
3The flap folding devices fold the blank’s side flaps and then the upper/lower flaps of both the front and back side of the pack. The hot melt glue sealing ensures an excellent resistance of the pack.
4At the machine outlet, the pack walls are pressed by special guides that guarantees a perfect and lasting squaring of the cases. Such system ensures perfect and durable pack squaring, if compared to pressing systems with rotating chains, which cannot provide the same quality standard.
Data provided are not binding, as they have to be confirmed by SMI according to the machine user's production conditions and technical specifications.
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