Bag Filling Machines
Weber Big Bag filling machine
- Weber machines for the filling of Big Bags can fill up to 60 Big Bags per hour.
- They can handle weights of 100 kg to 2000 kg.
- Either one Big Bag or 4 drums with a volume of 200 litres can be filled with the same machine.
- If desired, these machines can be produced entirely in stainless steel.
- An ATEX version is also possible.
Weber WLP valve bag filling machines
- Weber valve bag filling machines are designed to fill bags to 50 kg.
- These machines can fill the bags automatically or semi-automatically.
- They are simple to operate and always guarantee optimum accuracy.
- The WLP valve bag filling machines fill granulates, flakes or powders extremely gently.
- They are designed for rates of up to 400 bags per hour and per spout. Depending on the capacity required, up to 4 spouts can be arranged next to one another in parallel.
- You choose the options that you want to fit to the machine and personalise the bag filling machine according to your requirements.
Weber Open mouth filling systems
- The Weber open-mouth bag filling machines are designed for fill weights of 10 kg to 35 kg per bag and can achieve rates of up to 800 bags per hour.
- They can process bags made from all kinds of materials (Paper, PE, PP or combined materials) and are suitable for all existing models.
- Also, with regard to bag sealing, you can choose between sewing, welding, hot melting or combinations of all three.
- The machines are compact, easy to clean and user-friendly.
FFS Filling machines
- In the Weber Form Fill Seal filling machines you can work with rolls of packaging material that can contain up to 2000 bags.
- The machine can fill up to up to 800 bags per hour with a net weigher upstream of the FFS machine or up to 500 bags per hour in the gross version (integrated scales).
- These compact machines fill dust-free and can be fitted with dust blow-off systems, labelling machines and various printers.
- They can be linked to a Weber pallet robot so that the entire process of weighing, dosing and packaging can be organised through one central control system.