PACPAL Roto Fill

The Claudius Peters range of products offers rotary packers with up to 16 spouts and in-line packers with a maximum of 4 spouts. The size of the packer is mainly determined by the packing capacity and the available space for the plant.

Customer benefits:

Turbine or Air

Depending on the existing bulk material, different filling systems can be used with both packing machines. Turbine packers are well-proven in applications where bulk materials are capable of flowing and have a maximum grain size. For materials with variable flow properties and grain sizes of more than 4 mm (for example specialist building materials) compressed air filling systems are more suitable. Both turbine and air systems comply fully with modern bagging technology.

PACPAL Roto Fill or PACPAL In-Line Fill:
  • Modular structure
  • Filling system controlled by weighing electronics
  • Filling of fine and coarse flow
  • Check weighing on the spout
  • Valve welding with ultrasonic technology
  • Automatic bag seat adjustment
  • Central dedusting system
PACPAL Roto Fill as Turbine Packer and Pneumatic Air Packer:
  • High filling capacity
  • Highest weighing accuracy
  • Optimum availability of the plant
  • Fully automatic adjustment of the bagging unit to different building materials, bag sizes and bag weights
  • Locking systems for valve bags
  • Integrated bag cleaning systems after the bag discharge
  • Realization of the EC-directive OIML R 61

Ultrasonic bag sealing “Absolutely dust-tight”
Claudius Peters has developed ultrasonic welding technology for bag valves to conform
to the stringent requirements for cleanliness, when storing and handling individually packed
bulk materials.

Here, the valve is sealed hermetically and is dust-tight following the filling of the bag. The
special valves are internally coated with a fusible synthetic material. For welding, the
valve is clamped between the sonotrode and the anvil. At the same time, a generator is
creating ultrasonic vibrations which are transmitted to the fixed valve by the sonotrode.
The heat arising from the ultrasonics forces the synthetic material to melt and the valve is
glued. Subsequently, the bag is fed to the bag discharge.


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