Pack Expo - Matrix Debuts New Inever MVC Series for Packaging Liquids in Sachets at Pack Expo Las Vegas, September 28-30

The new Inever MVC series machines use the latest motion control technology to ensure speed, accuracy, and quality in packaging sachets of salad dressings and other pasty liquids. (Matrix Booth #C-3323)

SAUKVILLE, Wis. September 03, 2015


Matrix Packaging Machinery, powered by Pro Mach, introduces the new Inever MVC series, which utilizes the latest motion control technology to ensure speed, accuracy, and quality in packaging sachets of salad dressings and other pasty liquids, at Pack Expo Las Vegas, September 28-30. The Inever MVC series is distributed exclusively in North America by Matrix. (Matrix Pack Expo Booth #C-3323)

Filling sachets with thick, pasty liquids at high speeds with accuracy and efficiency is one of the most difficult packaging jobs. The combination of small size and slow running liquid is the root cause of this problem. Inever, one of the leading stickpack and sachet machine builders in the world, recently developed a solution to the challenge. The result is the new MVC series of machines that utilize servo motion control and a new way to fill and seal sachets to accomplish this task.

The MVC uses a combination of continuous film motion with an intermittent sealing process to achieve a high rate of production - up to 1,000 sachets per minute for one of the new MVC machines. The MVC seals the packets on all four sides to ensure package integrity. MVC series machines use high quality films of up to 100 microns thick, providing a superior print surface for eye-catching graphics.

The machines are available with 31.5 and 47 inch (800 and 1200 mm) film reels. At the upper end of production speed, the MVC is capable of up to 120 strokes per minute per lane and 1,000 sachets per minute. This speed gives the packaging operation noteworthy efficiency and lowest overall cost per packet.

For more information on the new MVC series of high speed sachets for salad dressings and other pasty liquids and the distribution and support services available for all Inever products in North America, call Matrix at 888-628-7491 and visit http://www.MatrixPM.com for the company's full lines of vertical form-fill-seal, automated pouch, and stickpack and sachet packaging systems.

About Matrix
Matrix Packaging Machinery is an industry-leading manufacturer known for vertical form-fill-seal, pre-made pouch, horizontal roll-stock pouch, and stickpack and sachet packaging machines. Since 1988 Matrix has built a solid reputation for delivering rugged, well-engineered, cost competitive, and easy-to-use packaging systems backed by outstanding customer support. Matrix solutions are in operation throughout the world, handling a wide range of products in very diverse conditions. http://www.MatrixPM.com

About Pro Mach
Pro Mach is a leading provider of integrated packaging and processing products and solutions for food, beverage, consumer goods, pharmaceutical, and other diverse companies. Through its brands, Pro Mach provides product packaging and processing equipment, PMMI certified training, installation, parts, and service in Bottling & Capping, Primary Packaging, Flexible Packaging, Material Handling, Labeling & Coding, and End-of-Line.

Pro Mach has a diverse customer base, from Fortune 500 companies to smaller, privately-held businesses worldwide, which depend on reliable, flexible, technologically advanced equipment and integrated solutions. Pro Mach is headquartered near Cincinnati, Ohio, with manufacturing facilities and offices throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe. For more information about Pro Mach, visit http://www.ProMachInc.com.

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