none
none

SIPPEL SETS NEW STANDARD FOR WEIGH-PACKERS

16-11-2011
by 
in 

The locally developed and manufactured, Sippel Hi Tech 2000 Electronic Weigh-Packing Machine can handle a broad range of products – from talc to 10mm river gravel.

The standard machine features an all-stainless steel product flow, providing improved wear properties and anti-contamination of product. 

For moist or corrosive environments such as salt, the entire machine and control cabinet can be stainless.  

These machines are ideal for use with food, chemicals, minerals, cements and some corrosive products.

Fine dry emulsions, pastes, powders, granules and mixtures of these can be handled by the stainless auger feeder or even some with moisture/fat content and certain gravel mixtures. 

Solid accuracy and hygienic performance with minimal maintenance and quick interchange parts for variations in pack sizes from 2kg to 40kg is possible, depending on bulk density and container availability. 

Good output can be achieved at rates up to six per minute or even higher for smaller pack weights.

The machine’s versatility enables a large variety of containers to be weigh-packed efficiently. This includes plastic, woven, paper or a combination of these materials. 

Filled packs or containers can be open-top bags, valve bags, drums, large cans, tote bins, cartons or boxes. 

Open-top bags can be closed after weigh-filling by sewn closure. 

One Sippel client uses an attachment to fill a bulk container used during its production process. 

And a number of machines have been supplied with castors for easy mobility between hoppers.

Clean-out between products/batches is enhanced by easy access and exchangeable hoppers or other change parts. This can save time and avoid risk of different batch or colour contamination. 

Change parts are limited to between 1 to 4 easily accessible bolts or screws for exchanging items in only a few minutes.

Design is compact allowing for good operator and all round access. Narrow width allows ganging for multi-spout operation.

Sippel Group
Ph: 02 9567 4889

Related news & editorials

  1. Martin Chappell
    03.11.2017
    03.11.2017
    by      In
    With Australia’s manufacturing industry strengthening, leaders and heads of IT are weighing up which new technologies they should implement to gain a competitive edge. Martin Chappell from Motorola Solutions explains how a simpler and more focused use of data can be the best approach.
    Australia’s... Read More
  2. Sahara Force India F1
    29.08.2017
    29.08.2017
    by      In
    The pace of Formula One (F1) development is rivalled only by the speeds achieved on the racetrack. Each time the Sahara Force India F1 Team brings its car to a circuit, it represents the team’s top engineering; every time the team leaves, the car is just a baseline. Between races it must be... Read More
  3. capacitor reforming
    12.07.2017
    12.07.2017
    by      In
    The latest productivity enhancing service from Konecranes addresses the problem of keeping spare motor drives in shape so they can be relied on to enter service if required. The company’s new variable frequency drive capacitor reforming service uses a proprietary DC power source to reform stored... Read More
  4. 27.06.2017
    27.06.2017
    by      In
    The most heralded benefit of the fourth industrial revolution (or Industry 4.0) is the availability of increasing volumes of data concerning the performance of manufacturing operations (so-called “big data”). These data range from the enterprise level, to the plant level, and down to the individual... Read More