Do you have any requirements for the speed of the sealing and cutting machine?
The speed of the packaging machine represents how many finished bags the equipment can complete in a certain time. Speed is usually given in bags per minute (bpm). This number indicates how many finished bags the machine can complete per minute. The sealing and cutting machine feels that the packaging machine speed that your particular project can achieve depends largely on your product and its attributes, factory environment, bag type, equipment operator skills and how much you are willing to spend.
If your goal is to have a certain amount of luggage per hour, day, week, or year, run the math to calculate the equivalent number of luggage per minute. Generally, if your production needs are intermittent or there are very few requirements per minute, then semi-automatic or manual packaging processes may better meet your needs. A fully automated solution is too large in speed and cost.
Knowing the exact specifications of your baggage is critical to selecting the right equipment and giving you an accurate quote for your packaging machine. Each packaging machine has predefined parameters, and your bag size and type will provide the basis for recommendations from the packaging machine manufacturer.
Package dimensions. For flat bags, both width and length are required. For bags with gussets or upright bags, width, length and depth are required.
Package weight or volume. For solid and powder products, what is the weight of the full package? For a liquid, what is the volume of the filled package? Legal requirements. Does your country, state or local government require you to comply with certain packaging specifications?
Most global packaging machine manufacturers express their parameters in metric units (typically millimeters or milliliters), but imperial units in inches, ounces and pounds are also acceptable.
An excellent automated bagging machine requires very little maintenance and upkeep. But this does not mean that you can completely ignore it. Proactively develop a preventive maintenance plan for your machine, including one or two annual visits from the manufacturer to perform expert inspections and audits of your equipment. No matter what your employees are trained and skilled in, letting external experts regularly evaluate your equipment can reveal potential problems that are easy to miss. Just like a car, bringing trained eyeballs to the "tuning" of a packaging machine is priceless. You can perform many maintenance-related activities yourself, such as keeping the machine clean and performing simple machine maintenance tasks. Performing these activities on a regular basis can have a huge impact on the life of your packaging machine.