Our PowerPouch™ machines have the capabilities to seal pouches in a variety of different ways including various pouch sizes and styles. The standard PowerPouch™ design comes equipped with eight different pouch styles.
The PowerPouch IM packager is capable of sealing pouches in a variety of different ways. One method for sealing pouches is the 3-sided seal which seals the bag on the top and two sides prior to being cut and discharged. This pouch is very popular with powder fills such as drink mixes, cocoa, and dry soup mixes.
The PowerPouch IM packager is capable of sealing pouches in variety of different ways. One method for sealing pouches is the 4-sided seal which seals the bag on the sides, top, and bottom prior to being cut and discharged. Many customers prefer the look of the 4-sided seal pouch, which adds a crisp, even bottom seal to match the look of the side and top seals of the pouch.
The Stand-Up pouch has all of the benefits of a Gusseted pouch, but includes a button seal, sealing the bottom corners of the pouch together, which forms a rounded bottom providing better stand-up capability.
The PowerPouch IM packager can incorporate a zipper closure, which allows the pouches to be resealed after the original top seal has been removed. This feature can be added to new or existing machines, depending on the length of the bag forming section. The zipper applicator requires a powered unwind station, a zipper tensioning assembly, a zipper seal assembly and a crush seal assembly.
The Die-Cut Assembly can be incorporated into the pouch machine to create special pouch forms. This device can use either mechanical or pneumatic means to push a punch through sealed pouch film and into a receiving die. Typical uses include making pouches into bottle or other specialty shapes.
The Hole Punch Assembly can be incorporated to add a hole into the top of the pouch to allow for hanging on a store rack. Many hole sizes and shapes are available, including full round, 270°, Sombrero and Bottle-Neck.