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SEALPAC at Anuga FoodTec

01 March 2012

GERMANY - Anuga FoodTec has a reputation as marketplace for innovations in the entire food industry. SEALPAC will be present again in 2012 to exhibit its pioneering packaging solutions.

The company will be presenting a new compact traysealer, as well as innovative vacuum packs in both tray-sealing (TraySkin®) and thermoforming (TenderPac).

SEALPAC will also be showing a high-performance packaging inspection system.

SEALPAC's high-tech packaging machines have become ever more compact, hence also paying off for production runs with smaller volumes whilst maintaining highest flexibility.

With its new SEALPAC A4, the German packaging specialist now introduces for the first time at Anuga FoodTec a fully-automatic traysealer within the very successful A-series, which is characterised by an even smaller footprint.

This ideal entry-level model distinguishes itself with high efficiency, for example in processing vacuum skin packs with the TraySkin® system. In this packaging process, products are sealed firmly in the tray by means of a highly transparent barrier film, resulting in extended shelf life and offering a highly attractive appearance.

The SEALPAC A4 will also handle MAP or any other special application, such as the patented CRYOVAC Mirabella® system - capabilities that are standard for any model within the SEALPAC A-series.

In addition, visitors to Anuga FoodTec will have the opportunity, using the example of the compact SEALPAC A4, to get acquainted with SEALPAC's latest protection covers on its fully automated traysealers. A practical tip-up function now allows for simplified cleaning and maintenance at an ergonomic working height.

By demonstrating the new PacInspect dual-inspection system, visitors to the SEALPAC booth will experience live at Anuga FoodTec a highly reliable final packaging control, which increases both product and process reliability significantly by combining various optical and mechanical control steps.

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