The vertical movement of the horizontal sealer allows the Xmotion to pack continuously in an harmonious way. The application of the brushless technology gives the machine the option to work through a movement that reminds a box, where the sealer keeps moving in contact with the film; or through a semicircular movement which reminds a D shape: the sealer touches the film for a moment and then it immediately goes up in position. A lock position of the sealer is also available. The result is a fast production speed, appliable with several products.
Simple and linear in its design, complete and functional in its contents, compact and strong with a very limited height: Xmotion sticks to the family feeling. But once at work, it overturns Zigisis’s standards and reveals the DNA of a sprinter. The Xmotion sounds like the wind whistling and surprises for its extreme packaging speed, challenging any loading system: multihead weighers, counting devices and volumetric fillers.
Bag sizes :
- Min 32 (w) x 60 (l) mm
- Max 250 (w) x 250 (l) mm
Speed : Up to 180 bags/min
Xmotion WITH MULTIHEAD WEIGHER
A special timing gate device allows to settle the product falling from the weigher, leaving a space in between the discharges. In this way, weigher performances are exalted, allowing to achieve the maximum speed of any multihead system.
Xmotion WITH COUNTING SYSTEM
It is the classic application for coffee capsules. The Xmotion is connected directly to the capsule machine. The connection belt picks up products from the tray sealer and sends them in rows to the bagger. The counting device detects the capsules and it pushes them into the packaging machine.
Xmotion WITH AUGER FILLER
The speed of a combination system packaging machine – auger filler is normally limited by the dosing device. However, the application of a brushless motor on the doser as well as on the Xmotion allows to electrically connect the two devices to obtain a continuous flow. The product drops while the driving belts are drawing down the bag, stopping for a few hundredths of second (sealing closure). The operation above described allows a speed optimization, avoiding dust in the seal area.