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All4Pack Paris: Marchesini Group showcases the amazing Integra 520 V line and two new stand-alone machines

09-22, 2016

At All4Pack (14-17 November, Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Park) Marchesini Group will exhibit two stand-alone machines: BL  A420 CW and Farplus C and a blister line: Integra 520 V

Integra 520 V is an integrated robotic line for packaging blisters in cartons. It is compact and measures just 10 meters. It has a completely balcony-design structure made up of two sections: a thermoformer and a cartoner, which can produce up to 520 blisters and up to 500 cartons a minute. In addition to the novelties of the previous version 320, this solution has an innovative pusher, a drum-type carton opening system to manage very high speeds and a new leaflet pick-up and insertion system. The end result is a perfect solution for single blister packs. Quick and straightforward cleaning and size change-over is ensured because the product loading zone is separated from the electrical and mechanical zone. The latter is enclosed within oil bath systems to offer greater resistance to wear and tear and consequently a much longer service life.

At stand 6L032, customers and professionals will be able to take a look at the new labeller BL A420 CW for Track&Trace requirements developed by Neri. This branch of Marchesini Group specialises in carton labelling and tracking machines.

The model exhibited combines the consolidated strongholds of this machine (versatility and reliability). A load cell is fully integrated into its stepper conveyance system and is able to check the weight of each carton. This solution is much more compact than the classic solution (where the weighing unit is coupled in-line) and than the version of main competitors of the market, who offer solutions having weighing units with their own independent conveyance system. By integrating the load cell into the toothed belt system of the BL A420 CW, it is able to verify the position of the cartons at all times: if the weight is correct, the product undergoes the subsequent processes (serialization, marking and sealing), then it is sent to the next machine; if on the other hand the weight is not correct, the subsequent processes are skipped and the carton is rejected, according to the “Fail Safe” operating logic.