Vertical packaging machine for 4 side seal sachets

At Interpack 2017, Universal Pack presented the jewel of its portfolio: the all-new THETA range of vertical sachet producing machines, which guarantees high performance combined with unmatched precision in the production of sachets sealed on four sides.


At Interpack 2017, Universal Pack presented the jewel of its portfolio: the all-new THETA range of vertical sachet producing machines, which guarantees high performance combined with unmatched precision in the production of sachets sealed on four sides. Thanks to 50 years of carefully studying the needs of its clients, Universal Pack  
developed this innovative sealing system, which is based on protracted contact between sealable laminate  and sealing jaws, thus increasing the speed of the production. The brand new THETA range specifically caters to the needs of pharmaceutical operators and, following up on the established Alfa and Gamma range, is ready to meet - and go beyond - even the highest productivity standards.

Each THETA range machine and automatic sachet line is specifically designed according to the characteristics of the pharmaceutical products being packaged - whether in powder form, granular, paste, liquid, tablets, pills, swabs or medicated patches - in each case guaranteeing precision, quality, efficiency and unmatched changeover flexibility.
All the filling systems are built with latest generation tech and equipped with a specific dosage system according to the product being packaged.

UNIVERSAL PACK IN BRIEF
This Italian firm has been designing and building packaging machinery since 1965. Establishing itself on the market through persistence and determination, Universal Pack has become a global leader in technology, innovation and reliability - not to mention remarkable mechanical durability, with machines still fully functional  more than 30 years after installation.
Designing and producing every single component in-house, Universal Pack relies on a cutting-edge research & development department, along with having a meticulous understanding of the industries for which is developing its technologies (food, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmetic and chemical).

07/17/2017

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