FM90 DIGIT: steel chamber packaging machines for all the productive needs
The FM DIGIT range consists of four models designed for clients with different production needs and it provides an excellent mix of performance, price and reliability over time.
The series is entirely made of steel.
The four different models enable us to meet different manufacturing needs.
Shrink magnet provided as standard, lower stainless steel washable tank to ensure greater hygiene when packaging food, six different programs that can be selected directly from the control panel, which is used to set all machine functions, sealing with adjustable pulse-operated blade, safety thermostat and buzzer to protect the oven, adjustable work surface and sliding carriage, film micro-puncher, motorised scrap recoiler: these are the features fitted on our whole FM range. Two operating modes: sealing-only and sealing with wrapping.
FM90 DIGIT is the largest model of the FM range and it is suited for packaging oversize packages, maintaining the productivity and quality typical of this range.
|Electrical power supply||V||200/208/380|
|MAX power installed||kW||7.2|
|Hourly output||p/h (pph)||300|
|Available dimensions of sealing bars||mm||1280x800|
|MAX Reel Dimensions (diameter)||mm||260|
|MAX Reel Strip Dimensions (width)||mm||1000|
|Work surface height||mm||910|
|Machine dimensions with the lid open||mm||2800x1280x h.1540|
|Machine dimensions with the lid closed||mm||2800x1280x h.1170|
|Machine weight (Net/Gross)||kg||455/505|
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Before Minipack-torre shrink-wrapping machines, shrink-wrapping was exclusively performed with big machines and complex systems in large companies.The new packaging machine line was born in 1970, thus allowing the small or medium companies to employ shrink-wrapping