PACKAGING



Packaging with compressed air



The clean energy of compressed air moves the packaging systems.



Air for packaging

 

Packaging, made the most essential and sustainable possible, is still a way of protecting and maintaining several products. There is no sector which does not require some packaging, more or less complex. Also in this case, compressed air proves to be a a clean and cost-effective solution.

Applications

Roller conveyor for paper mills

Sealing machines

Packaging machines

Dosing machines

Assembling systems

Solutions for this sector

ISO 15552 cylinders with technopolymer end-caps Linea 242

 

A cylinder line distinguished by great lightness thanks to the technopolymer end-caps. Cylinders are available from bore size 32 to 100 mm with a wide range of standard and special strokes.

ISO 6432 INOX cylinders Line 221

 

A line of minicylinders and accessories made from stainless steel for applications in which great resistance against aggressions is required.

Microvalves for control console

 

Pneumatic microvalves Line 100, that has been designed for being used also with electric contacts, represent the most complete and versatile range in this sector for such applications.

Push-in fittings Line Line 301 and 302

 

When dimensions make a difference. Push-in fittings Line 301 and 302 are particularly appreciated for their compact dimensions. This is an essential feature for the optimal streamlining of the pneumatic circuits.

Solenoid valves line 115

 

Valves battery sets line 115 featuring 18mm body represent the best synthesis of the ratio between performance and dimensions.

Multipole valve islands Line 150 and 160

 

The integrated systems for the handling of cylinders are extremely important for the advantages they can provide in terms of compactness, cabling and assembling.

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for the packaging sector

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