Bagging Machines Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial bagging machine manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source bagging machine manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These bagging machine companies can design, engineer and manufacture bagging machines to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these bagging machine manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of bagging system, automated bagging system, bag sealing machines.

  • Grand Rapids, MI

    We offer bagging services that include: pneumatic packing, impeller packing, robotic valve bagging, vacuum bagging and more. We are a global supplier with hundreds of installations around the world. Our company was founded in the United States in 1979 and we have been creating the best packaging solutions ever since. Our expertise comes from our ability to combine German and U.S. engineering. If you would like to learn more information then please give us a call today!

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  • Indianapolis, IN

    We manufacture bagging machines that are suitable for a variety of applications. These fairly priced solutions are designed to maximize your efficiency and we utilized refined processes which means you will receive the highest quality products on the market. Our unrivaled fabrications are guaranteed to work consistently. You will be impressed with the operation capabilities of our bagging machines.

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  • Carol Stream, IL

    Frain Industries carries a diverse range of bagging machines! Our company has been supplying bagging machines to a wide variety of industries since 1981! We offer bag in box machines, bag hanger equipment, bag dumping equipment and more! Our company offers in-house testing, complete line integration, engineering services, and on-site installation and training! For more information about our bagging machines, visit our website today!

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  • Fenton, MO

    If you are seeking first-class bagging machines then you have come to the right place. We manufacture all of our products right here in the U.S.A. Our teams are devoted to engineering a system that will utilize your space efficiently while providing your desired outputs. We are an accomplished company that is eager to meet your demands. Our economical solutions require low maintenance. Give us a call or email us today!

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  • Cleveland, OH

    Manufacturing bagging machines, heat sealing machines and shrink wrap packaging is how Clamco Corporation helps you with your packaging equipment needs. Our 50+ years of experience has lead us to produce a variety of bag making and sealing machinery to offer you.

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Bagging Machines: Any Size and Multiple Materials

Nearly every product purchased is packaged in some way. Therefore, factories and warehouses must have a line for packaging machinery before their products are shipped and purchased from the factory or distributor. A common type of packaging machinery is a bagging machine. Bagging Machines are practical not only for the manufacturer because of speed and cost efficiency, but also, the consumer. The bags protect the objects inside, hold freshness if the product is perishable and can easily organize parts if assembly is required. Furthermore, because of all of these great... Read More

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Bagging Machines

Bagging machines are equipment used to insert objects into bags or pouches. They work along with an assortment of other packaging machinery to ready items for shipping. After a product passes through the bagging machine, the bag is sealed and made ready to ship.

Because of the wide variety of products that are shipped or sold in bags, and because of the wide variety of industrial, commercial and consumer products in which such products are bought and sold, there is a large, varied need for bagging machines. Bags can be used to contain all kinds of different products. Consumer products in particular are often shipped and sold in bags. These products range from photo paper to breakfast cereal. Any consumer product that requires assembly by the consumer must be packaged and shipped in a way that will make assembly easy for its buyer. For this reason, many such products are organized into several separate bags, especially in the case of products that involve several small parts, such as fasteners. In most cases, employing workers to fill these bags by hand can be inefficient and uneconomical. Instead, companies can employ bagging machines, which can both fill and seal bags automatically. Because bags are so widely used as a packaging material, bagging machines are among the most widely used packaging machinery.

Bagging machines can easily bag sixty items per minute, saving companies money that they would otherwise spend on slower manual labor. In the case of granulated, flaked or free-flowing materials, this number can be much larger. Bagging machines are used in almost every kind of manufacturing industry. Bags are available in various sizes to fit objects from small components and tools to large appliances. Most bagging machines use plastic bags of one form or another, though packaging bags can be made out of a variety of materials; a few examples include paper, wax paper and burlap. Although they can be made out of many materials, most packaging bags are plastic. Polyethylene and polypropylene are two plastic resins frequently used in the production of plastic bags. In addition to their general flexibility and durability, plastic bags are waterproof and chemically resistant. Some plastic bags are antistatic; this bagging material is popular when sensitive electronics are involved. As long as industrial, commercial and consumer products are shipped and sold in bags, there will be a need for bagging machines.