Handling & Ergonomics Product: Pack 10 cases per minute with no changeover

The GSL10 horizontal case packer handles up to 10 cases per minute and does not require part changes to accommodate different case sizes.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
October 22, 2010 - MMH Editorial

The GSL10 horizontal case packer handles up to 10 cases per minute and does not require part changes to accommodate different case sizes. Main machine movement is directed through servo-motors with all drivers controlled with soft PLC technology. Depending on the application, cases can be closed with tape or hot-melt glue. MG America, 973-808-8185, www.mgamerica.com.



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