YA-100 model horizontal flowpack machines are produced for the companies which targets a production of multiple varieties with medium capacity figures. These machines can be used mainly for ;
• Food sector : Biscuit, chocolate, wafer, bar, halwa, candy, loukoum, delight, cake, bread, etc.
• Cosmetics and domestic sector : Soap, cleaning tissue and sponges, razor blades, etc.
• Automotive sector : car accessories, spare parts, etc.
• Others : medical, electrical, giftware and any plastic material to be wrapped, etc.
and any other similar product. The machine is constructed on a modular aluminum base and equipped with stainless steel enclosures.
There are easy change pushers available on the infeed conveyor which allows to pack different types of products. Adjustable stainless steel side guides and quick exchange product tools are available. Less film wastage and tighter packages are enabled by the fine adjustable groups of spool. Thanks to the modern braking system, more quick, efficient and proper film flow is provided by using the manual single spool transfer groups. At hot seal applications it's possible to use the cellophane, pearlize, polypropylene and aluminum laminated materials as in the form of roll and at the cold seal applications It is possible to work with all types of cold seal packaging materials. To ensure a safe operation, safety switches and special covers are used at the jaw groups. In case of any jamming, the "automatic jaw safety system" comes into play to protect the jaws and the product. Easy access and setup possibility is available for the package length, photocell adjustment, machine speed, etc. thanks to the control unit used in the machinery.
Technical details : The speed of this machine can reach up to 250 package per minute* at cold sealing and 150 package per minute* at hot sealing, depending to the product specifications and its average electrical consumption is approximately 4,6 kW. * The speed varies according to the product dimensions (width, length, height), product form, the way of its exit from the production line and the thickness of the film.