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Bossar FSF

This form-seal-fill bag-in-box filler brings cost savings on P&L lines, increasing innovation and sustainability.

  • FSF for bag-in-box applications
  • Ideal for alcoholic beverages
  • Allows you to manufacture your own bags with our high-barrier film

Product Specifications

Key Features

With the Bossar FSF, we bring you cost saving on your P&L lines and extra benefits on innovation, sustainability and with strong partnership.

FSF equipment for liquid and semi-liquid products :

  • In-house on site in-line production and filling of bag-in-box.
  • Combines a high-performance, flexible, and reliable machine with a range of films with excellent mechanical and physical performance properties and a high-barrier tap for your ideal bag-in-box package.
  • Gentle filling process, hence less dissolved oxygen in bag and thus longer shelf-life.
  • Fill up to 10L bags at speeds up to 22 bags per minute with four fill heads or up to 30 bags per minute with six fill heads.
  • Line consists of bag-maker, fitment inserter, and rotary filler.

Sustainable solution:

  • Less volume of packing materials in transport and storage pre-filling (roll-stock film, taps and spouts, handles).
  • Rent your production line: Just in time packing.
  • Lower total cost of ownership than pre-made bags.
  • Manufacture your own bags from revolutionary film solutions + dedicated taps and fitments + handles.
  • Deliveries from a sole production site.

Advantages of FSF Technology

FSF technology combines a high-performance, flexible and reliable machine with a range of films with excellent mechanical and physical performances and a very high-barrier tap to manufacture and fill more competitive bags with outstanding oxygen barrier performances.

  • On-demand bag making eliminates the need for stocking one or more sku’s of pre-made bags.
  • Completely automatic equipment reduces labor, maintenance and repair costs.
  • Rotary filling increases fill speeds up to four times over traditional linear filling.
  • Two versions (single or double lines) suits different production volume requirements.
  • Positive-air enclosure equipment keeps contaminants out of both bag making and filling operations.
  • Specially designed cartoning system protects the bags at this critical packaging stage.

Known Process Applications

Hot-Fill

Fills heated, commercially-sterile product in non-sterile packaging. Can reduce product taste and texture.

Clean Fill (Ambient)

Occurs when a product is filled into a package with no additional sterilization treatment.

Ultra-Clean (ESL)

Uses UV, laminar flow, and/or hydrogen peroxide to achieve high sterility levels for short shelf-life products.

Sealing Options

Heat Seal

Reliable and low cost. Multiple steps needed to guarantee quality

Ultrasonic

Reduces consumption with less heat and material. Faster sealing times

Induction Seal

Heats and cools in a single, continuous step. Very fast and high quality with less waste

Filling Method

Form-Seal-Fill

Common Package Sizes

1.5 liters to 10 liters (.4 gallons to 2.6 gallons)

Typical Markets

Maintenance

Clean-in-place (CIP) machine cycles are applicable. CIP cycle controlled by filler programming, works in line with your existing CIP system to complete CIP circuit. This is a customer-dependent processes and can be initiated from the CIP screen. Our expert equipment field service technicians can support and maintain this filler for your continued success.

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