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Effectiveness Of Automatic Bagging Systems
09.14.17

Effectiveness Of Automatic Bagging Systems

Effective bagging and packaging solutions provide higher efficiency and safety in movement and handling of products, which makes them an extremely vital process on any factory floor. Automatic bagging systems have varied applications across different industries including food, beverages, pharmaceutical, chemicals and electronics. In the last couple of decades, automation has helped revolutionize the packaging industry globally and has made it accessible for businesses of all sizes to have appropriate bagging and packaging systems.

Here are a few ways in which automatic bagging systems increase efficiency and productivity in the packaging process:

  • Higher efficiency:
    Automatic bagging machines help achieve higher efficiency by substantially increasing the rate of production compared to traditional bagging methods. An ideal example would be of an automated candy packing machine, which can pack hundreds to thousands of candies in minutes.
  • Reduce losses and achieve consistent product quality:
    Automatic bagging machines help in eliminating losses due to errors in size, volume and labeling and provide a consistent quality in packaging.
  • Labor optimization:
    Automated bagging systems significantly reduce labor requirements for tasks like lifting, sorting, folding and processing, making them available to perform other essential functions. 
  • Workplace and environmental safety:
    Especially in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, it protects workers from health issues due to exposure and handling of hazardous substances.
    It also helps in ensuring hygiene by preventing contamination in food and medicines by eliminating human contact in the bagging process.

Cybernetik Technologies develops fully automated packing lines for low, medium and high production capacities that deliver precision filling and ensure the highest level of performance and reliability. We provide complete solutions for automated bag filling, conditioning, sealing and quality checking which can be combined with any palletizing system.

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10.05.19

Why you should be going for Automatic Bagging?

Why you should be going for Automatic Bagging?

Auto bagging systems are now widely used in almost every packaging line. The packaging has become a lot simpler and safer thanks to the automatic bagging systems. Automatic bagging is basically the weighing of material, accurate product feeding, sealing, printing and safer transport of the product bags. By using an auto bagging system into your packaging operations, you will immediately start to experience benefits such as increased production, increased consistency, reduced workstations, reduced labor costs, greater accuracy, and product safety. Automatic bagging systems can be installed in a variety of production environments and are used for packaging a wide range of different products, including general distribution, cosmetics, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals and more. Speed The speed of manual operations is always limited and it takes much time to complete the packaging process. Automatic packaging machines take very less time to compare to manual work. It automatically fills and seals the product inside the plastic bag. An automatic machine works inline or rotary system and fill multiple packaging bag per minute. Reduce labor cost As you read above how the speed matters, an automatic bagging machine increases the speed of operations. More speed simply means more work. This machine helps to reduce your labor cost. Let’s say you need ten people for the packaging of multiple plastic bags. On the same time, a machine does this same work. That ten people take too much time for packaging and a machine done this within minutes. It means you need equipment that runs faster. It ultimately reduces the total cost of operation. Product safety Safety always has top priority in every industry. If the product is not packed properly, maybe it cannot be the sale and it will hamper the product identity and brand value. This can happen with your products if you get manual operations for packaging. […]

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6.05.20

An Overview of the Industrial Chocolate Manufacturing Process

An Overview of the Industrial Chocolate Manufacturing Process

Chocolate Making: A Delicious Business Chocolate is among the most popular non-essential food items globally [1]. An essential ingredient of several delicacies such as candy bars, milk shakes, cookies, and cereals [2], it makes a particularly important component for puddings, cakes, brownies, and other desserts [3]. Before it gets to the dining table, the chocolate has literally travelled around the world. The journey of chocolate begins on the evergreen cocoa trees located in the equatorial and tropical regions of South America, Mexico, Africa, and Southeast Asia. After manually harvesting cocoa beans, workers ferment and dry them. Fermentation turns them brown and drying reduces their weight to half [2]. Next, cocoa beans are shipped to manufacturing facilities where they are roasted, winnowed, ground, and blended to form the chocolate we are familiar with [3].   From Roasting to Wrapping Manufacturers first clean the beans to remove unwanted material. Next, they roast and winnow the beans to obtain the edible part called “nib,” which is the edible part of the bean. Thereafter, they melt the nib, and add sugar and flavor to it. The liquid chocolate so produced is either stored or molded into the required solid form [2]. Let us examine each stage of the manufacturing process in detail:   1. Roasting: is the important first step and plays several important roles:   •  Brings out the taste and flavor because it is the roasted cocoa beans that taste like chocolate, not the raw ones [4]. Typical cocoa bean color and aroma develop around 130-1500C [5].   •  Sterilizes the bean, eliminating any bacteria, molds, and fungi that are widespread in the tropical equatorial regions – the home of cocoa beans [4].   •  Simplifies cracking and winnowing by disconnecting the inner bean from the outer husk [4]. Roasting makes the outer […]

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