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Applications | Packaging industry


A Anti-static bars B Anti-static nozzles C Power unit


A Anti-static bar with airknife


B Power supply


A Anti-static bar B Webcleaner


C Anti-static bar D Power unit


How can I prevent the film from sticking to the shoulder/former during the vertical form, fill and seal process? How do I get good and neat seal?


Both at the top and bottom of the form shoulder an anti-static bar has to be placed. This prevents the film from sticking to the form shoulder and prevents rejects of the finished package due to product fines attracting to the film.


Ionising air nozzles just below the fill tube will neutralise the static charges, resulting in a clean seal.


How do I prevent that labels are bad positioned?


Anti-static bars with airknife positioned on the right position prevents that labels, due to static charge on the labels and bottles, are bad positioned. Thus, the production speed is not delayed and there are no bottles rejected.


How do I avoid machine stops or delay caused by adhesion from the film on my thermo-/vacuum- form machine?


How do I prevent that dust is being attracted?


Simco-Ion ionising air blowers produce an ionised airflow and eliminate the static charge by unwinding.


To remove the contamination on the film just before vacuum forming, Simco-Ion recommends a webcleaning system. By making use of our ionisation devices you prevent that operators receive a shock.


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