BOX FORMING MACHINES
Formecan HMA-sarjassa on tehokkaita ja säädettäviä laatikonmuodostajia vaativaan teolliseen pakkaamiseen. HMA valmistaa kuumaliiman ja muodostustyökalun avulla stanssatuista aaltopahviaihioista keskikokoisia ja isoja kuljetus- ja myyntipakkauksia. Tasalaatuisia laatikoita muodostuu 25-50 laatikon minuuttivauhtiin asti, konetyypistä riippuen yhdellä tai kahdella radalla. Koneeseen on saatavana useita lisäominaisuuksia optiona mm. koonvaihdon ja aihiomakasiinin täytön helpottamiseksi ja nopeuttamiseksi sekä suurien pakkauskokojen tarpeeseen.
Minimi pohjakoko: 200 x 120 mm
Maksimi pohjakoko: 600 x 400 mm (vakiorunko, muut koot optiona)
The Formeca HMA series consists of efficient adjustable box forming machines for demanding industrial packaging. The machines use hot-melt adhesive and a forming tool to make medium-sized and large transportation and retail packages from pre-cut corrugated board blanks. High-quality boxes can be produced at a rate of 25–50 boxes per minute on one or two lines, depending on the machine type. Various optional features are available, for instance, for easier and more rapid change-over between box sizes or filling of the magazine and to meet the needs associated with larger boxes.
Minimum box-bottom size: 200 × 120 mm
Maximum box-bottom size: 600 × 400 mm (standard frame; other sizes optional)
The Formeca HMA-series
The Formeca HME-series
Formeca's HME-series box forming machines use a hot-melt adhesive and a forming tool to create medium-sized and large transportation and retail packages from pre-cut corrugated board blanks. The HME units are a cost-effective option for packaging needs that do not involve a wide range of box sizes. They make sturdy open boxes that are ideal for packaging garden and bakery products.
Box sizes (L × W × H): minimum 300 × 400 × 50 mm,
maximum 400 × 600 × 200 mm
How Formeca's box forming machines work?
Closing with hot-melt adhesive:
The machines create boxes from pre-cut corrugated board blanks, using a hot-melt adhesive and a forming tool. The blanks are transferred to the forming tool from a magazine. During transfer, adhesive is applied to the flaps and a plunger pushes the blank into the forming shaft, where the flaps are then fastened in place, giving the box its final form.
When an adhesive is not used, boxes are formed by means of a mechanical locking device. Blanks are transferred to a forming station from the magazine. The flaps are folded and pushed into their forming shaft, where the flaps are pressed into place.
The box-opening and bottom-closing device:
The blanks are glued from the sides at the corrugated board factory. Blanks are loaded into the machine's magazine. A transfer device picks a blank from the magazine, opens it out into the shape of a box, and closes the bottom either mechanically or by means of sticky tape or a hot-melt adhesive.
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The Formeca HMY-series
The Formeca HMY series features box forming machines of various sizes for making small and medium-sized trays and boxes by means of a hot-melt adhesive, forming tool, and plunger. The sturdy HMY machines can be used for making various types of transportation or retail packages at a rate of up to 50 boxes per minute. These machines can also be used in creation of systems with more than one track, depending on customer needs. In addition, tailored box models can be handled in response to customer-specific needs.
Minimum box-bottom size: 67 × 67 mm
Maximum box-bottom size: 400 × 300 mm
The Formeca CF-8
The Formeca CF-8 box forming machine makes trays and transport boxes from pre-cut corrugated board blanks without glue, using mechanically closeable flaps. The finished boxes are transferred on an exit conveyor. The Formeca CF-8 machine is designed especially to cater for the packaging needs of the gardening and bakery industries. It is ideally suited to small-scale operations and management of peaks in demand.
The Formeca L-760 box forming machine makes trays and retail packages from pre-cut corrugated board blanks without glue, using mechanically closeable flaps. It is ideal for small-scale operations and enables mechanical packaging at an affordable price.
Minimum box-bottom size: 160 × 120 mm
Maximum box-bottom size: 310 × 280 mm
Transporting heavy materials in bulk is highly demanding for the packages too. The SB-20 unit creates strong boxes with reinforced corners and doubled-up edges on their long sides from pre-cut corrugated board blanks, using a hot-melt adhesive and a forming tool. Made of stainless steel, the SB-20 is particularly suitable for creating robust fruit and vegetable boxes.
Minimum box-bottom size: 300 × 400 mm
Maximum box-bottom size: 400 × 600 mm