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How do Stick Pack Machines Work?

Multilane stick pack machines are used in many industries today for powder and liquid packaging. The stick pack format is popular for single-serve products which modern consumers love for their portability, convenience, and ease of use. Manufacturers and co-packers love stick pack machines because they achieve high throughput and conserve valuable plant floor space.

But how does this equipment work? In today's article, we are walking through how a stick pack machine turns a single roll of film into multiple shelf-ready packages.

Introduction
The operation of stick pack machines is very similar to that of vertical form fill seal packaging machines: a roll of film is cut and formed into multiple stick packs, the bags are filled with product and then sealed, all in a vertical fashion, at speeds of up to 80 bags per minute per lane. With machines that can accommodate up to 20 lanes, a single stick pack machine can produce up to 1,600 stick packs per minute. That's over 26 sticks per second! 




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