Package making – Progressively seamed cover web or web folds – Multirow
53552, 533756, B65B 5130, B65B 920
The welding jaws 7, 8 in a tubular bagging machine 1 for the creation of cross seams are driven by a drive 3 acting perpendicularly with respect to the foil-transporting direction 4 through a movable element 11. The jaw force (sealing force) is clearly increased through a lever 15 rotatable about a pivot point 17, and is precisely adapted to the requirements of a particle bagging operation. A drive with a small force, for example a linear motor 9, can be utilized in an economical manner in the tubular bagging machine of the invention. By providing a second drive, and connecting this drive to the lever (15), any desired motion path curves of the cross jaws and a continuous run sequence of the machine can be achieved. If the second drive stopped, then one has an intermittent tubular bagging machine.
patent: 2237119 (1941-04-01), Smith
patent: 4729210 (1988-03-01), Galliano
patent: 4768327 (1988-09-01), Mosher
patent: 5170609 (1992-12-01), Bullock et al.
patent: 5203145 (1993-04-01), Kammler et al.
patent: 5271210 (1993-12-01), Tolson
patent: 5369941 (1994-12-01), Rapparini
patent: 5533322 (1996-07-01), Bacon et al.
patent: 5540035 (1996-07-01), Plahm et al.
Culver Horace M.
Rovema Varpackungmaschinen GmbH
Tubular bagging machine does not yet have a rating. At this time, there are no reviews or comments for this patent.If you have personal experience with Tubular bagging machine, we encourage you to share that experience with our LandOfFree.com community. Your opinion is very important and Tubular bagging machine will most certainly appreciate the feedback.
Profile ID: LFUS-PAI-O-378143