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WeighPack Systems launches its newest packaging machine

By WeighPack Systems

WeighPack Systems Inc. introduces the Breezy Bagger. This new machine has no comparison to anything on the market to date. The Breezy Bagger is a compact machine designed and built with a tilting function that allows users to pack, wrap and bag many type of products both vertically and horizontally. Designed specifically to package all types of shaped products into either a laminated or polyethylene material, this new bagger is easy to use, is very flexible and extremely versatile.

WeighPack Systems Breezy BaggerThe Breezy Bagger offers many technological benefits. The unique pivoting function allows the machine to tilt from a horizontal position to almost vertical. The product being wrapped or bagged can be hand loaded or fed automatically with many types of ancillary machines and methods. The bag width and length are fully adjustable with no change parts and no forming shoulder and tube. The hand crank adjustment for pack width can adjust from 2 inches wide to almost 12 inch. The bag length can vary from two inch long to 36 inches.

Another unique feature is the length sensing detection and operational logic. The Breezy includes three choices of logic including one that adjusts to the length of product each and every cycle. The Breezy will detect the length of product and make the bag according to the length of product. The benefit to the user is cost saving on materials on product that may vary in length as well as random filling of product through the machine. An operator can feed a product of 6 inches long for a few minutes, and then feed a product 12 inches long with absolutely no adjustment. The other sequences of operation allow to produce a fixed bag length either above or below the seal jaws. The Breezy Bagger includes many complete choices to best suit the product being wrapped or bagged.

The Breezy Bagger can be used for many applications and industries. In the vertical position the Breezy Bagger as an example can bag an individual baked dinner roll to a full length baguette. A single stem rose to a bunch. Bag a single bell pepper or three or one celery stalk or two. It handles hardware that can range from furniture kits with screws and brackets to a curtain rod. The key word is extreme versatility. In the horizontal position it can wrap products in a tray much like a horizontal flow-wrapper. The new packaging system uses state of the art servo driven technology for fast and precise adjustment as well as a very user friendly color touch screen HMI.

This multi-purpose Breezy Bagger can operate either automatically or semi-automatically. The machine comes complete with a foot pedal and auto cycling. Options include photo eye registration for printed film, gas flushing capabilities, auto infeed solutions and much more. It is compact, simple to use and maintain. It can be wheeled in and out of a packaging area as needed.

The Breezy Bagger can cycle and produce up to 30 packs per minute and is relatively inexpensive. An end user can achieve a quick ROI by using roll stock instead of pre made bags. The Breezy Bagger is a machine that is so versatile that every packager can find use for this new technology. For more information, visit us at

SOURCE: WeighPack Systems Inc.

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