Heavy-Duty Bulk Bag Filler
Ideal for applications with low to moderate production requirements
Configurable for a wide range of powders, flakes, and granules
Filling speeds of up to 10 bags per hour
Ideal for applications requiring moderate to high production requirements and oversized bags
Configurable for a wide range of powders, flakes and granules
Filling speeds of up to 25 bags per hour
Types of Bulk Bag Filling Equipment
There are two classes of bulk bag fillers: suspended “hanging” fillers and bottom supported “platform” fillers. Both styles can be designed with a gross weigh (fill and weigh simultaneously) or net weigh (pre-weigh and fill as a secondary step) weighing scale. Most bulk bag fillers are fed by either a gravity flow gate (ex. slide-gate or butterfly valve), rotary valve, or an auger feeder.
Examples of Materials Bagged with these Machines Include:
Cement, Concrete, Flyash, Mortars, Hydrated Lime, Plaster, Refractories, Sand, Gravel
Calcium Carbonate, Kaolin Clay, Talc, Alumina, Graphite, Barite, Bentonite, Gypsum, Coal
Plastic Pellets, Fertilizer, Pigments, Zinc Oxide, TIO2, Iron Oxide, Carbon Black
Wheat Flour, Corn Flour, Oat Flour, Sugar, Salt, Spices, Cake Mixes, Cocoa Powder
Animal Feed, Corn, Soybeans, Seed, Feed, Fertilizer,
Capabilities of Bulk Bag Filling Systems
CBE’s bulk bag fillers are capable of bulk filling 1,000-4,400 lb (454-2,000KG) bags, with non-dusty powders, flaked and granular products, at rates up to 25 bags per hour.
What Is A Bulk Bag Filler?
A bulk bag filler offers an efficient and economical method of packaging a wide range of dry powders, granulated and flaked materials. They are designed to operate as either manual or automated systems. Primarily intended for agricultural and industrial applications, bulk bag filling machines are commonly used to package materials like fertilizer, food grains, seeds, flour, sugar, salt, animal feed, and industrial minerals and chemicals.
More Questions About Bulk Bag
Bulk bagging machines can be customized almost as much as the materials they move and package. To learn more about Choice Bagging options, products and services, visit us online!
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