Horizontal Flow Wrapper Machines
We supply a wide range of Flow Wrapping Solutions from entry level stand-alone applications, to complete lines with feeding systems.
PacMatix as a leader in the Australian market and have completed more than 50 installations in the last 4 years. We were runner up in the APPMA Awards of Excellence 2022 for our contribution through the Import and Distribution of our GSP 50s Flow Wrapper.
This wrapper can wrap a wide variety of products and is the most flexible machine in it's class. We keep a variety of flow wrap machines in stock in Melbourne, Australia and can supply entry level machines with extremely fast turn-around time.
Our Flow wrappers are all designed and manufactured in Italy and represent the latest technology paired with high quality components. Our suppliers General System Pack and Tecno Pack are part of the Tecno Pack Group and have been designing and building food packaging solutions for more than 35 Years.
What do our customers say about our equipment and installations?
What makes our machines different? Most of our flow wrappers are newly designed models introduced into the market over the last few years and have modern designs and features. A lot of our competitors still rely on on outdated technologies and have simply refreshed old models thus lack in functionality, safety features and performance.
Our Flow Wrapper Machines are extremely versatile equipment used to form pillow pack bags from a reel of film. The film is threaded through a series of unwind rollers and a tunnel is formed by means of a forming box. The package is sealed underneath by a series of sealing wheels and the end seals formed and cut-off by means of a set of sealing jaws creating a neat and presentable pillow pack.
Flow Wrapping, or Horizontal Form-Fill and Seal (HFFS) is the process of making a horizontal bag from a single roll of film. Heat is applied to the bottom and ends of the film to form a sealed, flexible package already filled with products. Flow wrap packaging is used for a variety of products from food and bake goods to regular household items and stationary.