When it comes to your next contract packaging project, go with the flow! Flow wrapping helps to protect products and extend their shelf life. This automated production line process involves wrapping products in a continuous sheet of material, which is then sealed at the edges. Its flexibility and low cost make flow wrapping one of the most popular types of secondary packaging for a wide range of consumer goods.
Flow-wrapped products can also be stored for longer periods of time without taking up much space. In addition, flow wrapping can provide a barrier against moisture, dust, and other environmental hazards. It also allows for a clear view of the product, which can be helpful for marketing purposes. When done correctly, flow wrapping can provide an attractive and effective way to package products.
Products Ideal for Flow Wrapping
How Does Flow Wrapping Work?
Flow wrapping is vertical bagging’s close cousin. While vertical bagging uses Vertical Form Fill and Seal (VFFS) automation, flow wrapping is also known as Horizontal Form Fill and Seal (HFFS). The process begins with a long roll of film fed horizontally through a machine. One end of the film is heat-sealed closed, forming a pouch. The pouch is filled with the product and the other end is sealed. The entire process is automated, making it quick and efficient.
McNerney and Associates provides some of the most versatile flow wrapping on the market. Our machines can be customized to produce a variety of different packet sizes and shapes, making them ideal for a wide range of packaging applications. The lines are fast and efficient, making them perfect for high-volume packaging applications. If you’re looking for custom flow wrapping solutions that meet your contract packaging needs and exceed your expectations, give McNerney a call today.