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How much does delivery cost?
The cost of delivering a packing machine to your location. How much does delivery cost? Obviously, that does depend upon the solution that we are sending. That can be anything from around the £10 mark, all the way up to £300. It's the weight and the size and of course the distance. So the best way to figure that out between ourselves is by emailing us with your location. Quite often within the UK, we generally include it within the price, but if we're talking overseas, if you are not in the United Kingdom, then of course we do need to charge to export. I hope that answered your question. If there is anything else you would like to know, then please do get in contact with us. Send us an email or give us a phone call.
Posiweigh 2 Linear Vibratory Weigher filling 500g of roasted coffee beans
www.packstuff.co.uk The Posi2 is a single tray weigher designed to operate as a ‘stand-alone’ device or as part of an automatic line. Because of it’s small dimensions, the Posi2 is ideally suited for first time buyers who have limited space and budget. Single tray weighers are best suited to dry, free flowing granular or small piece type products where a consistent flow of product can be maintained. Typical products are coffee (ground and beans), many types of tea, whole foods, rice, pulses, nuts, snack foods, small piece confectionery and decorations. Many more products can be handled, call us on 0115 857 5242 or email email@example.com
iSeal™️1000 continuous Heat Band Sealer - with Date Ink Stamp Function and Adjustable Print Position
www.packstuff.co.uk sell affordable, cost affective low maintenance packing solutions to any business, producing or reselling non perishable goods or dry ingredients. This video is a demonstration of the iSeal™️1000 which is just one of the many products in our range. Please visit www.packstuff.co.uk for more information, or call 0115 857 5242 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Special thanks to Print a Pouch https://www.printapouch.co.uk for allowing us to use one of their images in our film. Music with permission from bensound.com
Packing by Hand? - Solution Enclosed! SpeedBox™️500 Demonstration of filling machine, dosing machine
www.packstuff.co.uk sell affordable and cost affective packing solutions to any business, producing or reselling non perishable goods or dry ingredients. This video is a demonstration of the SpeedBox™️500 which is just one of the many products in our range. Please visit www.packstuff.co.uk for more information, or call 0800 048 7021 or email email@example.com. Special thanks to Print a Pouch https://www.printapouch.co.uk for allowing us to use one of their images in our film.
SpeedBox™ 2500 Semi-Automatic Weighing and Filling Machine
Installation of SpeedBox™ 2500 for Carvetti Coffee Roasters. This is a Semi-Automatic Filling Machine, capable of packing multiple ingredients at speeds of up to 640kg per hour, if programmed correctly. Typical Categories are: Nuts | Seeds | Candy or Sweets | Coffee | Tea | Granola, Cereal & Grains | Hardware | Hazardous | Pet Treats | Laboratory Ultra High Precision | Powders / Spices | Retail Snacks | Others (Unique) Just ask😉 Pretty much most dry ingredients, such as Granules, herbs, Roasted Coffee Beans, Ground Coffee, Chinese traditional medicine, Loose Leaf Tea, Nuts, All Seeds, Dry Pasta, Grains, Rice, Gourmet Spice Recipes, Salt, Spices, Beans, Pulses, Chemical Compounds, Electronic Components, Hardware components, Not on the list? Contact us and ask if we can do it! - www.packstuff.co.uk
Vibratory Linear Weigh Heads
How fast are your weighing and filling machines?
www.packstuff.co.uk - How fast are your weighing and filling machines? So we get asked this question a lot and there isn't a very straightforward answer unfortunately, we can't just state, you know, it does naught to 60, in so many seconds based upon the size of the machine. It doesn't really work like that. And I'll explain why that is, so quite simply, you're gonna have a pouch, a bag, a box, whatever it is that you're wanting to dose with your product, you're going to either press a pedal or use a sensor to dose that pack. And then you need to do something with it. So you're gonna put that down, either it gets sealed, passed onto a colleague or processed later, you then need to open another one, get that ready. And by the time you've done that, got the next one open, it should be ready. So the machine is always optimized specifically to your product. So that it will run at the speed to keep up with the operator, or in most cases, the operator needs to keep up with the machine. So as soon as it is dosed and ready to go, then you press a pedal or trigger it. So that it fills that is essentially the speed of the machine. Now that can range from anything from a few packs a minute, very high weight, 'cause you need time for it to fill , you know, 20, 30, 40, in some cases, it just depends upon flow characteristics, size of the pieces, what it is that you're handling. So the only way that we could specifically answer that is for you to send us your product in with your pouches, we will specify the correct solution for your needs. And then we could give you a more accurate answer to that. So I'm not trying to, you know, sound vague, but I just wanna put some thoughts into your head around how you know, speed is kind of measured. And like I say, it's not about naught to 60, it is purely about how the operator works, how your production environment works and the type of products that you pack. So I hope that's helped you to understand a little bit more about that subject. If you've got any questions, you want to send in some ingredients and your packs or pouches for us to test for you so that we can answer that more specifically, please feel free to do so. Just drop us an email or give us a call. Thank you very much for watching.
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