The BrentonPro Series Mach-3 case packer is all-servo driven and utilizes continuous motion in all sections of the machine for improved product stability; the case never stops moving from erecting to discharging the case. Environmental impact of packaging operations is minimized through the appropriate use of electronic and servo drives, resulting in less wasted energy and product and packaging materials.
Innovative motors designed by Bosch Rexroth integrate motor and drive elements to (1) minimize the overall footprint within a control cabinet, necessitating a smaller air cooler, which (2) reduces the machines overall dependence on energy while freeing up valuable floor space.
Benefits of decentralized motors over conventional motor solutions:
|Footprint||26'-5" x 7'-4"|
|Speed||Up to 40 cases per minute (pack pattern, case size, and accumulation dependent)|
|Product Type||Bottles, cartons, cans & tubs|
|Case Type||RSC, HSC, tray, wrap-around & harness|
|Minimum Case Size||No set range predetermined, accommodate wide range of sizes|
|Maximum Case Size||No set range predetermined, accommodate wide range of sizes|
|Display||Rexroth VEP 12" TFT Color CE|
|Magazine||6' low level|
|Frame||Continuous welded frame, Gray Powder Coat|
|Electrical Requirements||NEMA 12|
|Air Requirements||80 PSI @ 16 cfm|
|Options||Run Multiple Case Pack Patterns
Stainless Steel or Washdown
NEMA 4 or 4X Electrics
Formal Training Program
|Robotic Case Packer or Traditional Case Packer|
|Which is the optimal solution for your company?|
As an upgrade to manual hand pack operations, by auto-performing multiple packaging operations.
Brenton designed the M2000 for higher uptime by making changeover more repeatable. The M2000 is rated at between 12 and 30 wrap-around, regular slotted cases (RSC) or trays per minute.
An all-servo driven, side load case packer, the Mach-2 is designed with sustainability in mind.
Ideal for stand-up pouches, snack bags, stickpacks, other flexible packages as well as rigid cartons.
Pack product into wrap-around cases at speeds up to 140 cartons per minute or 35 cases per minute