- Industrial single chamber vacuum packaging machine
- Chamber dimensions (L x W x H):
- 520 x 500 x 235 mm
- Machine dimensions (L x W x H):
- 695 x 682x 1060 mm
- Seal bars (L):
- 2 x 520 mm
- Pump capacity:
- 63 m³/h
- Machine cycle:
- 15-40 sec
Customize your Falcon 52
The right seal solution protects products efficiently against external elements. Our machine offers several seal systems for your specific application. This depends on the type of vacuum bag (PA/PE, shrink bag, bags with aluminium coating), thickness of the bag, the desired seal and other requirements. Learn how to choose the right seal for your vacuum packages.
Standard Double seal
This works with convex seal wires for its Double seal, Cut-off and 1-2 Cut-off seal. This ensures residue being pressed out from between the foils of the bag during the seal process and decreases the risk of leakage. Furthermore, convex seal wires empower a strong seal resistance thanks to the easy separation of the residue. Double seal is standard. It consists of two 3.5 mm convex seal wires.
Cut-off seal available
Cut-off seal consists of one 3.5 mm convex seal wire and one 1.1 mm round cutting wire to easily tear off the residual plastic.
The paid option of 1-2 Cut-off seal is similar. The only difference is that with 1-2 Cut-off seal the time and settings of the seal and cutting wire can be managed seperately. 1-2 Cut-off seal for shrink bags in general and some vacuum bags made of resistant but thin foil. For the easy removal of the rest foil.
Certain types of vacuum bags have been pre-sealed on 3 sides. For a professional result, the seal on the remaining side equals the width of the other 3 pre-seals. The main advantage of Wide seal is the aesthetic, professional result.
- 8 mm Wide seal on table-tops and Marlin 52
- 10 mm Wide seal on floor and industrial models, except Marlin 52
Bi-active seal is used when vacuum sealing aluminium or thicker bags. This seal system has seal bars on both the inside of the lid and on the front of the vacuum chambers, so the vacuum bag is being sealed from both sides of the bag. Bi-active seal is an option on vacuum packaging machines.
Vacuum packaging machines equipped with Sensor control calculate when the pre-set percentage has been achieved. In other words, the desired end vacuum is always reached, regardless the volume. That is the main advantage of option Sensor Control. Very practical to vacuum pack various amounts and types of products.
Prior to the seal phase, a gas or nitrogen can be added. Vacuum packaging machines can be equipped with the option Gas flush or Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP). It depends on the product which gas is most suitable. We can inform you best which is the optimum composition for your application.
The ACS is more than a control system. The Advanced Control System includes unique features, special options and intelligent functions that add significant value to your vacuum packaging operations.
The Lynx and Titaan series are standard equipped with Advanced Control. The ACS is available as an option on Boxer, Toucan, Marlin, Falcon and Polar.
STANDARD ACS FEATURES
- LCD panel
- Software in 5 languages
- 20 program memory
- USB connection to upload programs
- Standard Sensor control
- Label printer compatibility
- HACCP compliance
- Secured multi-level access
- Online Programming
Wet and liquid products quickly reach their boiling point during the vacuum packaging cycle. Reducing the pressure in the chamber below atmospheric pressure causes fluids to boil at room temperature and cooks products when cold.
The Liquid control sensor detects the evaporation of the liquid product. The machine then stops extracting the air and proceeds automatically with the next phase, the sealing of the vacuum bag. For a perfect product placement, use an inclined insert plate.
Benefit from this option to prevent damage to both your vacuum packaging machine and the liquid product.
Using Soft Air, the air is gradually and gently returned into the chamber. This gradual process is based on the pre-set time. In a controlled way, the vacuum bag envelopes the product. For optimal protection of both the product and the vacuum bag. Soft Air is suitable for both food and non food products. Particularly T-bone steaks, racks of lamb, spare ribs, screws, bolts, electronic components and Printing Circuit Boards (PCB’s).
ESD is the abbreviation of Electrostatic Discharge. When this occurs during the vacuum packaging cycle, it can cause damage to the product. It is often used to vacuum pack electrical components, such as wafers, chips, motherboards and prints. Ensure maximal ESD security and use special ESD vacuum bags in combination with a vacuum packaging machine equipped with ESD technology.
ESD configuration is an option that is only available on Boxer 42XL and the Falcon series. ESD machines are always equipped with Bi-active seal. These are our recommendations.
Heavy duty seal bars
Specific solutions for heavy duty food packaging. These enable operators to work up to 20 hours a day in different shifts with high quality materials, the best available in the field of vacuum packaging technology. For example, the smart construction and robust materials of the patented heavy duty seal bars with aluminium end blocks ensure an efficient and durable vacuum packaging process under the most extreme conditions. This patented design is available for industrial double chamber models: Falcon, Atmoz, Polar and Titaan.
This innovation belongs to the Busch product family of proven R 5 rotary vane vacuum pumps, specifically designed for use in heavy duty vacuum packaging machines and fast packaging cycles. Main advantages: energy-efficiency, reduction of heat emission, optimized heat direction, easy cleaning, robust construction and a proven performance.
Other Options Include:
Inclined insert plate
Just contact us to discuss and we will find the optimal solution to suit your requirements.