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What Is Apple Packing Process?

  • Release Lime: Dec 05 2019
  • Source: Sherry
In order to facilitate portability and increase aesthetics, more and more supermarkets choose to sell apples after packing. Some two fit together and some four fit together. But what is apple packing process?
For apple packing, it is very easy. You only put the apple on the conveyor, then the machine will complete bag forming, cutting, sealing and output.
But for apple packing machine, its working principle is complex.  
This machine uses the operation of a variable frequency stepless speed regulation motor to drive the toothed chain continuously variable transmission through a V-belt. The transmission is adjusted by a variable speed chain to obtain different operating speeds.
 Apple Packing Process
Then the timing belt is passed to the differential mechanism, so that the packaging film conveying length is adjusted, and the output shaft of the gearbox drives the pressure roller to rotate and convey the packaging film through the chain transmission.
The setting of the output length of the packaging film can be manually operated on the speed governor, and monitored by a photoelectric tracking color mark during the packaging process. At the same time, the gearbox also uses multiple sets of chain transmission to achieve apple's packaging.

The machine's packaging film roll is mounted on a shaft roller, and apples are placed in the feeder(For irregular shaped items need to be added by hand). The conveyor belt automatically transports the material to the packaging position, which is packed in a film. Then it is sent to the horizontal sealing cutter where the horizontal sealing is heat-sealed, cut off, and then the finished product is output by the conveyor.
The above is apple's packaging process, if you need more details, please contact us for free. 

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