FM75 evo

Trolley manual heat-shrink - Full Optional - Sealing bar 420x280 mm

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FM75 EVO: all the innovation by minipack®-torre in a wrapping machine

Minipack®-Torre has never renounced the pioneering spirit that has always accompanied it. It was precisely the invention of the first chamber machine, in fact, to decree the birth of the company over 40 years ago, with the first patent in 1976. But ideas cannot be stopped. Today, Minipack®-torre launches a new series that is the result of years of research and development and summarises all the qualities of its compact packaging machines: reliable, easy to use, durable.

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  • Technical solutions
    • High-performance steel resistors: shrinking time cut by 50% and heating time cut by 60%
    • Soft Shrink fan speed adjustment: perfect heat-shrinking also on very light or flexible products. Sealed areas do not open. Extremely quiet. Exclusive patent
    • Comfort Zone Fan Stop: the fan stop is a “green” solution that allows to save 20% more energy and provides greater operator comfort during packaging, since the fan stops when the chamber opens
    • New latest-generation board: quality components. 4-digit display
    • Waste rewinder: productivity up by 20%
    • Sealing bar cooling: increased productivity and improved sealing.

technical features

Electrical power supply200V 1Ph
230V 1Ph
Maximum power installed3,35 kW (200V)
3,45 kW (230V)
Maximum current14,5 A (200V)
15 A (230V)
Hourly output0-300
Available dimensions of the sealing bars420x280 mm
MAX product size400x250x160 mm
MAX Reel Dimensions (Ø x length)Ø250x500 mm
Work Surface Height925 mm
Machine dimensions (open hood)1160x700x1220 mm
Machine dimensions (closed hood)1160x700x1120 mm
Weight (Net/Gross)112/136 kg

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