Tray formers

They feed on a magazine of cardboard sheets one bu one slide to a forming station. In this process hot glue (hot melt) is applied to the closure flaps of the tray.
Then, a mold comes down to form the tray on three sides.
In the next phase, the duly grouped containers are pushed onto the tray that finally closes.

Standard machine

Capable of form most of the markets tray formats

Frame  builded using 4 mm folded steel sheet

Speed up to 2.050 trays/hour

Consumable spare parts under ISO Standards

Gear-motored Nylon former movement

Regulation spindles for measures adjustments of trays and boxes

Chain movement controlled by a highly precise servomotor

Stacker with three positioning directions (Front, left side, right side)

Pneumatic valves of the glue injectors installed through quick connectors

Chassis and transportation systems, designed for easy mobility

Magnetic doors

4 Pneumatic valves installed for mechanical motions and 3 pre-installed

Vacuum pump

Automatic water purge

Standard machine variations

Stainless steel 304

Other colors on request (It can add an extra cost)

Hot Melt version

Tray stacker

Other carton dimensions

TBM400 former in operation