The ZP-300P bagging system is the ideal bagging system for creating, filling, and sealing bags made from barrier film tubing such as polyester, metalized polyester, foil, nylon, and polypropylene. With its patented process, it allows users to economically create packaging that provides a vapor or moisture barrier, keeping the product inside fresh and protected.
For more information about the ZP-300P bagging system, scroll to the bottom of this page for a PDF brochure. To see the ZP-300P bagging system in action click on the video link below:
Similar to Bags-on-a-Roll … But Better– Barrier films like polyester are not available in the bags-on-a-roll format, but Zing-Pac has the solution … and it’s a better way. Using economical barrier film tubing, the ZP-300P’s patented process creates, opens, and seals bags. In other words, when it comes to barrier film bagging, Zing-Pac is THE choice.
Wide Variety of Barrier Film Tubing Available – Plain or pre-printed barrier film tubing is available from Zing-Pac in a variety of materials, including polyester, metalized polyester, foil, nylon, and polypropylene.
Economically Priced – The ZP-300P is priced well below form, fill, and seal systems or automatic systems for pre-made, individual bags.
Additional Cost Savings:
Multiple Bags Per Cycle– Available multiple-bags-per-cycle model provides further increases in productivity – produce up to six bags at a time.
Integrates with Feeding Systems– Fully integrates with a variety of feeding systems, including bowl feeders, auger fillers, check weighers, counters, and conveyors.
Quick Changeover– Average set-up/changeover time is five minutes.
Stainless Steel Funnel – Standard funnel available in various sizes for different width tubing.
Simple to Operate – Allows for easy setting and storing of jobs, in-job counting, and maintenance. Plus, Zing-Pac has a ONE YEAR WARRANTY on parts.
For more information about the ZP-300P Bagging system, scroll to the bottom of this page for a PDF brochure.
To see the ZP-300P bagging system in action click on the video link below: