Achema 2018: Joint venture AVENTUS founded and product innovations presented
ACHEMA 2018 was a special milestone for W&H: Together with HAVER & BOECKER we founded the new joint venture AVENTUS. AVENTUS is specialized in systems for packaging free-flowing bulk materials up to the finished pallet. As a product innovation from W&H, the new FFS bagging system TOPAS S and the intelligent weighing technology EASY SCALE were presented at the fair.
AVENTUS ‒ the specialist for solutions for packing of free-flowing loose goods up to finished pallets
AVENTUS is the joint company of the global market leaders HAVER & BOECKER and WINDMÖLLER & HÖLSCHER in the field of filling and palletizing, which was founded in June 2018. AVENTUS is specialized on solutions for the packing of free-flowing loose goods up to finished pallets. The portfolio of AVENTUS will include filling technology for open bags, FFSbags and bigbags as well as palletizing and load securing technology .TheAVENTUS portfolio is especially interesting for customers from chemicals, food and animal feed markets.
TOPAS S – New FFS bagging system specialized for synthetic granules
W&H exhibited the FFS bagging system TOPAS S for the first time at the Achema. The new machine is tailor-made for the medium performance range and specialises in the processing of plastic granulates. "The TOPAS S scores with first-class bagging performance at attractive investment costs," says Rafael Imberg, Sales Manager FFS Packaging Systems. With an output of up to 1,800 bags/hour, the machine is designed for the plastic granulate market. It complements the TOPAS SL, which with a capacity of 2,800 bags/hour, is the fastest running system on the market today.
EASY SCALE – Product change in less than 1 minute
At Achema, W&H also presented a new weighing technology EASY SCALE for its TOPAS bagging machines. Thanks to the intelligent automation of the weighing process, a product change can be completed in less than one minute. With an increasing variety of products and shorter order lengths, this means less operating time, less waste and higher speeds - in short, an increase in the efficiency of the entire system.