Magnum Systems integrates bag closing devices with open mouth bag systems ranging from sewing heads and hot air sealers (both crimping and band sealers), to pinch bottom open mouth (PBOM) glue sealers and plastic inner liner sealers (PILS), which seal bags with poly inner and paper outer structures.
Magnum Systems’ TECW scales provide the ability to check-weigh bags in your production line for bagging accuracy within your target range. The unit includes a scale, indicator and options for automatic reject systems with audible or visual alarms. Options are available for check weighing of intermediate bulk containers, as well.
Often in food processing and packaging, metal detection is required to meet government and industry regulations for safety and quality control. Magnum Systems partners with renowned manufactures that specialize in metal detection solutions for integration into packaging lines.
Multiple configurations are available to meet regulations and your products’ needs, including using magnets within the filling equipment and a metal detector downstream. For a total solution, this can be paired with check weighing and a reject conveyor.
Magnum Systems will work with your plant’s team to design the best way to handle your application to meet governing or industry standards for perfect quality control and minimizing risk and waste.
Magnum Systems offers a variety of downstream bag handling accessories to integrate with all of our bagging equipment. This includes sealing conveyors, bag flatteners, bag turners, pallet dispensers, and more.
KICKERS + TURNERS
Magnum Systems bag kickers provide options to allow sealed open mouth bags to be:
Conveyors are integral to the dry bulk materials conveying system. Our engineers and integrators consider your material characteristics, conveying volumes, and any vertical or horizontal conveying requirements to integrate a solution that improves your processes and reduces the risk of material waste or product contamination.
Magnum Systems’ bag flatteners condition bags for more uniform distribution and stabilization for palletizing. Bag flatteners take filled bags that typically have a larger volume of product at the base end and force material back towards the free end by running the filled bag through compression belts. These belts are typically on an incline to both aid this process and to help raise the bags to more ergonomic levels.