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AUTOMATIC PACKAGING LINES for the food and non-food industry.
Schib’s vast experience over the years has resulted in versatility: of sectors, products, and applications, delivering the most innovative AUTOMATIC PACKAGING LINES. We diversify but we don’t necessarily generalize.  Ranging from food, to pharmaceutical, chemical, or auto motive products calls for both flexibility and precision. Indeed, Schib’s credibility depends on this every day. Schib’s R&D department dedicates the utmost attention to each sector. Every day Schib invests time and resources to identify the most suitable technological solutions for the variety of products to be packaged, with a variety of sophisticated and innovative AUTOMATIC PACKAGING LINES. Focus, attention, and passion. These are the three key words that distinguish the company’s work. Nothing is left to chance.
Schib is aware of consumers’ demands in a market that is increasingly global and evolving continually. Schib listens to its clients, transforming their needs into solutions, putting their suggestions into practice.

CASE STUDY 1: Schib Electronic biscuit feeder for automatic biscuit packaging lines. The feeder is designed to receive the biscuits, arrange them in stacks and feed the stacks into the in-feed conveyor of the flow pack machine.
Speeds up to 400 packs per minute. SCHIB PACKAGING biscuit feeder is particularly suitable for biscuit packaging and cracker packaging. Modern electronics and servos grant high reliability and precise handling so that even the most fragile products do not get damaged. The number of lanes which the feeder consists of can be customized depending upon the overall output of the processing line and the number of packaging machines involved. Synchronization between the feeder and the packaging machine is assured by multi axis drive technology. Schib biscuit feeder, accurately designed in every detail, combines perfectly any output requirements and the need for protecting product integrity. Actually, a set of electronically controlled cams assures gentle contact between the extraction devices and the products, even at the highest speeds. The quantity of biscuits or crackers per stack can be programmed by keying in the desired number directly on the Touch Screen.

CASE STUDY 2: Automatic packaging line for chocolate bars featuring a modular distribution system capable of handling different row formats; acquisition of the product format operated by a vision system; multiple packaging stations with “no product – no bag” function and auto film splicer. Other features: cantilevered design for all modules, easy adjustment and maintenance of the module belts,  and gull-wing guarding. It has been developed to maximize efficiency and minimize costs.

CASE STUDY 3: Automatic packaging line for “Layer cake”, consisting of row receiving modules, aligning and timing systems, and packaging stations. The system offers high reliability, productivity and quality of the finished product.
CASE STUDY 4: Automatic packaging line for disposable cutlery, with and without band around it. The system  includes a Schib CO50 BB flow wrapper with bottom mounted film reel linked to the injection molding system. The solution offers quick production changes and high reliability, in addition to removing any manual operation. / Technology - Technology Web Directory