Cartoners - Vertical Cartoning machines(25)

Vertical cartoning machine, like the horizontal cartoning machine, is used in various sectors of activity. Vertical cartoning machine form, fills and closes cartons. Unlike its horizontal sister, the vertical cartoner is very often a stand-alone machine, as an offline machine. Product insertion is often carried out by the operator (in its automatic version, the product can be inserted thanks to a robot or a pick-and-place device). The cartons are taken from the cartons warehouse by means of an arm with suction cups or by means of a blade, then the cartons are formed and the lower part of the cartons is closed (by interlocking or by glue). Blades facilitate the opening of the upper flaps to prevent the cartons from jamming effect. The leaflet can be inserted automatically or manually into the carton right before the product is inserted. The carton is then coded, closed and moved into a conveyor belt by means of a suction cup. Non-compliant cartons (no product, no leaflet, incorrect closure) will be rejected on another dedicated belt.

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Used CAM AV 78 vertical cartoning machine

M1903292624
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CAM
AV 78
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Used CAM AV 65 vertical cartoning machine

M1903290644
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CAM
AV 65
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Used Tonazzi Polycarton vertical cartoning machine

M1903229374
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Tonazzi
Polycarton
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Used CAM AV 78 vertical cartoning machine

M1903211995
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CAM
AV 78
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Used CAM AV 65 vertical cartoning machine

M1903152644
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CAM
AV 65
1990
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Used TECOM SYSTEM VC 75 vertical cartoning machine

M1903103150
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TECOM SYSTEM
VC 75
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Used IWKA vertical cartoning machine

M1903102608
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IWKA
-
1975
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Used CAM AV 65 vertical cartoning machine

M1903076639
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CAM
AV 65
1969
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Used CAM AV vertical cartoning machine

M1902972588
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CAM
AV
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Used IMA A03 vertical cartoning machine

M1902955020
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IMA
A03
1996
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Used Gamma Pack TEKA V3 vertical cartoning machine

M1902948838
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Gamma Pack
TEKA V3
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Used LYMAC ETU 350C vertical cartoning machine

M1902948414
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LYMAC
ETU 350C
2005
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Used CAM AV 78 vertical cartoning machine

M1802924741
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CAM
AV 78
1994
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Used IWKA VP 120 vertical cartoning machine

M1802894266
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IWKA
VP 120
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Used CAM AV 65 vertical cartoning machine

M1802815396
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CAM
AV 65
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Used CURTI 1001 DX. 300 vertical cartoning machine

M1802788793
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CURTI
1001 DX. 300
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Used MINGOZZI 1004 vertical cartoning machine

M1802788679
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MINGOZZI
1004
1992
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Used Jakob & Wienmeier CK04 AH vertical cartoning machine

M1802764479
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Good
Jakob & Wienmeier
CK04 AH
1997
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Used CAM AV 78 vertical cartoning machine

M1802699872
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Good
CAM
AV 78
to be verified
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Used CAM AV 65 vertical cartoning machine

M1802644989
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CAM
AV 65
2010
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Description

Vertical cartoning machine, like the horizontal cartoning machine, is used in various sectors of activity. Vertical cartoning machine form, fills and closes cartons. Unlike its horizontal sister, the vertical cartoner is very often a stand-alone machine, as an offline machine. Product insertion is often carried out by the operator (in its automatic version, the product can be inserted thanks to a robot or a pick-and-place device). The cartons are taken from the cartons warehouse by means of an arm with suction cups or by means of a blade, then the cartons are formed and the lower part of the cartons is closed (by interlocking or by glue). Blades facilitate the opening of the upper flaps to prevent the cartons from jamming effect. The leaflet can be inserted automatically or manually into the carton right before the product is inserted. The carton is then coded, closed and moved into a conveyor belt by means of a suction cup. Non-compliant cartons (no product, no leaflet, incorrect closure) will be rejected on another dedicated belt.