FUJI Machinery is exhibiting a total of 14 exhibits on an area of 750 m². Many of them focus on sustainability aspects and show, among other things:
- Saving up to 70% packaging material
- Processing of recyclable materials
- Energy-saving drives and sealing systems
- Low life-cycle costs
In addition, FUJI shows the great flexibility of FUJI wrapping machines, high-end flowpack as well as the integration into complete and fully automatic lines.
The following machines will be exhibited:
FW 3400 alpha 8 high-speed bar wrapping machine behind Rotzinger storage turns, synchronises and wraps 1000 chocolate bars per minute in recyclable PP film from GIKO.
Complete line for minced meat in flowpack with VEMAG portioner and FUJI 3710B16 Attachless for MAP with recyclable PP mono material film from MAAG and 100 packs/min. Already the standard in many European countries for saving 70% packaging material and creating real recyclability.
Mushrooms in recyclable flowpack instead of previously common stretch wrapping for high machine availability and a wrapping speed of 120 per minute on FUJI FW 3410 B alpha 8. A packaging solution which is also suitable for many other products in trays.
Ampoule strips for eye drops on FUJI FW 3400 B18 in a hermetically sealed Pillow Pack at 400 cycles and film from Constantia for the fastest box motion machine in the world! Feeding is done with Yaskawa robots. Just one example of many applications in the pharmaceutical and medical technology sector.
FUJI FW 3710 BS/B Attachless with Ryll conveyor system shows the full flexibility of FUJI for all products and a duck race of a special kind.
FW 3410 BS/B VX2, our entry-level model with all the important features of a FUJI such as flexibility, reliability, and efficiency. Suitable for many products from herbs to baked goods and non-food.
With the FW 3430 B and FW 3710 B alpha 8 for sliced sausage and cheese, FUJI is showing two alternative packaging solutions to the thermoformed packaging that has been widely used up to now. In the Netherlands, these packages are already the standard.
The FW 3480 BS/B alpha 8 is a machine for large products. Here, products up to 300 mm width can be packed automatically and quickly. Applications can be found throughout the food industry, e.g. for bulk consumer packs but also for end consumer packs. FUJI wraps tortillas at this exhibition.
A FUJI FW 3410 CX2 for wafers in cardboard trays. The raising of the carton blanks and the feeding of the products is done automaticallz via a flexible robot line from Greymans with Fanuc robots.
FW 39 N for wrapping the classic triangular sandwiches. The standard in all Japanese convenience stores as a good example of minimal packaging material and maximum consumer convenience. Easy to open, easy to eat, easy to dispose!
Literally the showpiece of this exhibition: FW 3410 B alpha 8 "Takumi". Japanese craftsmanship meets high-performance wrapping machine.