At interpack 2017 in Düsseldorf/Germany Haver & Boecker will be introducing Quattro System Monitoring and the newly developed systems of the Roto-Packer, Integra and Elementra lines, which have outstanding features when it comes to cleanliness, intelligence and profitability. The new generation of packing systems convince with their clean filling with the new Roto-Lock dosing unit and their especially reliable performance and intuitive user operation. Haver & Boecker thus fulfills market requirements and develops modular and future-oriented solutions for the entire production process from stocking to filling, and extending to the loading of cargo vehicles. Step-by-step optimization of the system is achieved by replacing individual components when needed. By using Quattro System Monitoring, ideal up-front care protects companies against long downtimes. Real-time production and maintenance information can be called up on a PC, tablet or mobile device. Responsible workers have worldwide access to graphic data via an encrypted connection. The responsible personnel are able to access the systems performance data by mobile device at any time. This allows the causes of possible performance reductions to be detected earlier on and maintenance to be planned at an early stage.
“liveEvents” parallel to interpack 2017
Besides diplaying the newly developed packing systems at interpack Haver & Boecker is inviting parallel to the trade fair customers to its “liveEvents” at the headquarters in Oelde. An already organized transportation from interpack to Oelde can be used on 08.05. and 10.05.2017 at noon. Live machine demos will be conducted for the new Roto-Packer mini Adams edition for filling powder-type loose material into 1-10 kg bags with a palletizer, the new Integra ISF 1 for filling granular products into FFS film tube bags with palletizer and stretch-hood, and for the new Integra IOF 1 for filling grainy products into prefabricated open bags with direct loading using the Haver SpeedLoad system. At a podium discussion experts from the field will discuss “Which packaging today is the right one?”