Influence of different sack paper porosity on filling performance

The results of a study show that it is possible to optimise the filling process so that an improvement in filling time and cleanliness is achieved.

In the building material production and processing industry, various powdery products for a variety of purposes are packed into flexible packaging, in small to large quantities. Depending on the needs and requirements of the end consumer, filling and storing of the filled packages is done using various types of packaging materials. The most frequent and versatile packaging for powder products is the valve sack made of paper.

1 Introduction

Over the recent years, filling systems have been continuously developed to keep up with the ever growing demands for filling performance, weight accuracy and...

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