Conveying -> Filling -> Sealing -> Finishing -> Services Bag-filling equipment, while capable of high accuracy (i.e., +/- 0.5%), cannot be certified for weighing products intended for sale. This is due to two primary factors:  Product Movement: During the filling process, the product is in motion, affecting the weighing accuracy.  Equipment Dynamics: Bag-filling equipment incorporates moving components that are susceptible... Read more

Conveying -> Filling -> Sealing -> Finishing -> Services In the realm of industrial packaging, Inpak Systems works with a variety of top-notch industrial packaging companies. We offer well-made, durable, and competitively priced machinery, all of which perform consistently well for customers of all sizes. In this blog post, we’re starting off with a company and product that has been... Read more

To fill a bag, bagging scales need a spout that fits inside the bag. The spout is determined by the application, the size of the bag, and the material of the bag.  Types: There are 2 basic types of spouts for open mouth bags: non-clamp and clamp. Non-Clamping Spouts The non-clamp spout is a simple tapered funnel where the bag... Read more

The choice of a bagging scale feeder is dependent on your product’s flow characteristics. The types of scale feeders include gravity, vibratory, belt, auger, impeller, and air packer. Gravity Feeders: Gravity baggers are available as gross or net weigh baggers and utilize gravity to fill bags with free-flowing, high-density materials like flakes, granules, or pellets where the product easily falls... Read more

Bag filling scales are available with a mechanical weighing mechanism or a digital weighing mechanism. Mechanical Bagging Scales Mechanical scales have a counterbalance weight system. Certified counterweights (i.e. 1, 2, or 5 lb.) are hung on the scale. A smaller weight on a slide bar (much like the old doctor’s scale) or a threaded rod is used for fine adjustment... Read more