Adhesive Applications

New distributor agreement for Emplex bag and pouch sealing equipment

sealing equipment with Canada-based flexible packaging specialist PlexPack, from its current scope in the UK to include Benelux, with immediate effect. Jenton offers a wide range of Emplex equipment for the food, pharmaceutical, chemical and medical markets, including standard and custom-designed continuous bag sealers, hot air sealers, automated bagging, integrated systems and add-ons. Emplex continuous band sealers have sealing and pressure components designed for the medical industry and produce precise, consistent and strong seals whether the product is hand-fed or conveyorised. Richard Little, managing director at


Jenton International comments: “We are excited to build on our successful partnership with PlexPack for the distribution of its Emplex bag & pouch sealing equipment. With packaging weight needing to be reduced whilst shelf life and

enton International has extended its distributor agreement for high performance Emplex bag & pouch

packages and are ideal for customers who require more than five bags a minute. The Emplex MPS 6100 series is a basic band sealer with a range of standard features and capabilities whilst the MPS 6500 is the conveyor version used for bags over 2Ib or for particular product orientation. The Emplex MPS 7000 is a heavy-duty band sealer engineered for demanding environments. Lastly, the MPS 8100 hot air rotary sealer

performance is still required, we see great potential for the future and look forward to exploring new opportunities within key target markets across the Benelux region.” The Emplex models being offered by

Jenton include the MPS 7103 & 7503 heavy duty, high speed vacuum band sealers equipped with vacuum and or nitrogen gas flush system. Both machines create high quality, moisture proof, oxygen free

is designed to create strong seals on pillow style bags without the use of bands. The concentrated stream of hot air blows soot, dust, flakes or other materials clean out of the way. Applications may include packaging of sands, salts, gravels, soils, bark, powders, chemicals and food products. At its Whitchurch-based facility, Jenton

Group offers a full workshop for equipment repair and maintains an extensive stock of spares in addition to having a number of service engineers available for on-site repairs and maintenance. Sixty years of moving with the market Managing director Nick Falconer says,

“I’m extremely proud to be leading BDK in its 60th year. BDK started in the late 1950s and soon after, my father Graham joined the business and established what have proven to be unique, solid foundations for a business that has lasted the test of time. For me, our success is down to this, supported by our forward thinking, flexible approach to giving our customers what they need. “We produce adhesive components that manufacturers need to bring their designs to market, so over the years we have adapted our capabilities so that we can offer them the very best solutions. This means we have invested heavily in our

engineered manufacturing. The company produces engineered

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adhesive components for a range of industries including medical, security and aerospace. From the manufacture of adhesive pads

for car logos in its early days, to precision manufacturing of medical diagnostic materials today, the company has taken an opportunistic approach to the manufacturing market, moving and flexing to suit demands.

July/ August 2019

DK, based in Suffolk, is celebrating its 60th anniversary – marking six decades of precision

technology, specifically within the medical industry, to meet the growing needs of businesses in this sector. “We adapt as markets change and from

our early days of making pads for car badges to our advanced medical processes today, we’re at the forefront of manufacturing design. This is set to be the strongest year in BDK’s 60 year history and we’re looking forward to continued growth as we enter new markets next year and beyond.”

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