New automation solution binds food bags to bouquet

Bercomex Flower processing Solutions introduces the new Chrymo Liquid Binder this year. The machine saves labor by automatically adding liquid cut flower food sachets to bouquets.

What is new?
Until now, it was only possible to automatically add powder sachets to a bouquet. Liquid cut flower food, which is preferred by many retailers and consumers, had to be attached manually, meaning extra costs and a lot of extra labor. In cooperation with Chrysal International, Bercomex developed the Chrymo Liquid Binder for Chrysal's liquid cut flower food sachets.

Easy cleaning
With the new Chrymo Liquid Binder, maintenance is easier, Bercomex promises. The new removable sachet dispenser saves a maintenance team "a lot of time," according to the producer. The sachet dispenser can be changed within 4 minutes when it is sticky or dirty, which should result in minimal downtime and improved productivity.

High speed
The binder can bind up to 4,000 pouches per hour. It is now possible to integrate the Chrysal Liquid Binder into a fully automated bagging process.

Chrysal Liquid Sachets to string
Together with Chrysal International, Bercomex has developed the automatic application of liquid sachets. With the connection stickers, boxes with Chrysal liquid string can be seamlessly connected to the new string. This results in a continuous operation of the Chrysal Liquid Binder.

Bercomex and the new binder can be found at the IFTF from 3 to 5 November in booth A4.12

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