CONCETTI S.p.A. (Italy) - The new I-Flex, the Concetti bagger for open-mouthed bags, featuring infinite versatility, simplicity and compactness, was presented for the first time at the Figan animal production fair in Zaragoza (Spain), in March.
The acronym is "Infinite Flexibility" which indicates the great flexibility and potential of a bagging machine born to work with fully automatic format change and a very wide range of bag widths from 250 to 600 mm. I-Flex offers the possibility of managing various types and closure of paper, raffia and plastic bags with just one system. The new model, fully automatic, is part of the IGF Concetti series, "Industry 4.0 compliant" machines, celebrated on the market for more than 40 years for their great reliability and efficiency.
The simplicity and absolute precision of the weighing and bagging system, coupled with extraordinary reliability and attractive design, push I-Flex even further, because today, features such as accessibility and ease of use represent the essential plus when using automation to serve the needs of people.
The bagger arrives on the market with a compact and functional design, representing a leap forward in the field of machine flexibility, something considered as the great contemporary challenge for suppliers of loose bulk materials all over the world. This is particularly true in Spain, as evidenced through a market investigation by Boga Tecnica, agent of Concetti for the Iberian peninsula, which identified the need for a new model of bagging machine.
I-Flex was in fact designed and built entirely by Concetti engineers, designers and technicians for a Spanish customer in the feed industry who will be the first to experience the advanced skills of the new bagging machine. The model has been designed for producers of bulk free-flowing materials, dealing with frequent packaging changes, limited space and the need to obtain the maximum in terms of versatility from the single plant.
"Concetti of Bastia Umbra is one of the few European companies to design, build and test everything within its factory for total control of the quality of packaging and palletising systems", concluded the company.