The ADAMS 2000 was introduced to the public for the first time at the recent INTERPACK fair in Düsseldorf. Already this year this new Form-Fill-Seal high-speed system for filling powder-type products into watertight PE bags will go into action for the first time.
The Lafarge Cement UK is going all out to make its plants and products as environmentally friendly as possible. With this always in mind, already back in 2005 did the renowned manufacturer of building materials and cement purchase machines of the newly developed HAVER FFS technology, which works according to the HAVER ADAMS PROCESS (HAP) principle. This provided optimum product protection, extended storage times and led to less dust along the entire logistical supply chain. Convinced by the advantages, Lafarge then put additional machines into operation for filling mortar products and special cements in various plants throughout England over the years.
Using the ADAMS 2000 the company can now profit from the continuous development of this environmentally gentle packing system. One outstanding advantage is the considerable speed increase from 1200 bags to over 2000 bags per hour. Moreover, also limited free-flowing products can be filled. In addition, technical innovations allow greater flexibility in planning and when replacing existing systems.