Get the ad­van­tage of wrap­ping ma­chines built close to home

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - PRODUCT WATCH -

When it comes to pack­ag­ing ma­chin­ery, Em­rich can as­sem­ble their PFM Hur­ri­cane Flow wrap­ping ma­chines, and build the au­to­matic in­feed sys­tems lo­cally, al­low­ing the ma­chin­ery to be cus­tomised to match clients’ re­quire­ments.

In pack­ag­ing ma­chin­ery, the au­to­matic in­feed sys­tem phases the tray of prod­ucts so they are cor­rectly po­si­tioned for wrap­ping. This en­ables the ma­chin­ery to op­er­ate with ac­cu­racy and at peak ef­fi­ciency, with sig­nif­i­cantly less labour re­quired.

Based in Aus­tralia, the firm has a team of ex­pe­ri­enced tech­ni­cians and en­gi­neers who are skilled in the de­sign and fab­ri­ca­tion of cus­tomised in­feed sys­tems as part of the PFM Hur­ri­cane Flow Wrap­per.

Em­rich sup­plies and ser­vices the Ital­ian de­signed and man­u­fac­tured PFM Hur­ri­cane Flow Wrap­per, a re­la­tion­ship it is has had since 1990.

This ex­pe­ri­ence, com­bined with Em­rich’s ex­ten­sive stock of spare parts and tech­ni­cal ex­per­tise, means it is able to build com­plete sys­tems that are an ex­act match with the re­quire­ments of in­di­vid­ual cus­tomers.

“Our abil­ity to fab­ri­cate in­feed sys­tems to suit each cus­tomer’s needs is a strong point of dif­fer­ence in the pack­ag­ing equip­ment mar­ket,” said Steve Richard­son, the firm’s man­ag­ing di­rec­tor.

“We’ve been in the busi­ness for al­most three decades, and this gives us the knowhow and skills to build the sys­tem to ex­actly match the pack­ag­ing ob­jec­tives of our cus­tomers.”

Em­rich’s en­gi­neers work closely with their cus­tomers to fully un­der­stand their pro­cess­ing re­quire­ments.

Draw­ing on these in­sights, they de­sign and build an in­feed sys­tem for the PFM Hur­ri­cane Flow Wrap­per that de­liv­ers op­ti­mal per­for­mance.

“Ex­am­ples of this are the in­line feed­ers we have de­vel­oped for trays of ap­ples and toma­toes, or our cross-feed­ers for stock cubes,” said Steve.

“The prod­ucts are au­to­mat­i­cally fed into trays so they are ready for their next stage of pack­ag­ing.”

Apart from its Aus­tralian built f low wrap­pers, Em­rich also has an­other home-grown ad­van­tage, with Steve’s two sons en­ter­ing the busi­ness and quickly mak­ing their mark.

Michael and Matthew Richard­son both joined Em­rich in 2012, and each has brought valu­able ex­pe­ri­ence to the com­pany’s op­er­a­tions.

“Michael has an ex­ten­sive commercial back­ground that has been very use­ful in his role as Na­tional Sales Man­ager,” said Steve. “And Matthew has a strong tech­ni­cal ap­ti­tude, and this has been of great ben­e­fit in his role as Pack­ag­ing En­gi­neer.”

Em­rich of­fers a range of ready-built and cus­tom made pack­ag­ing ma­chin­ery – its equip­ment is used ex­ten­sively in the dairy, fresh pro­duce and bak­ing in­dus­tries.­quiry#D140303

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