Versatility is at the core of the technology and the same machine can be used to produce different types of bags, disposable cushion covers and pillow covers. With an ROI of not more than 6 months, the bag making machine is an attractive investment for those looking at new avenues of growth. The cost of the fully automatic system is Rs. 15 lakh.
The machine is equipped with computer touch screen, step motor to control the length and photo electricity to track, accurately and steadily. Other specialized features include auto counting alarming and auto punching, which make the finished product well sealed and nicely cut with high speed and efficiency. Sturdy, durable, yet flexible the bag making machine can produce 50-80 bags per minute with a workforce of just three people.
On display at the Inside stall was the latest offering from the company the BS 450/600/700/800 fully automatic non-woven fabric bag-making machine. The most interesting aspect of the technology is that it is in line with today’s increasing demand for environment-friendly packaging options both in the national and international markets.
Furthermore, the training is simple and the team at Inside is well prepared and trained to handle any eventuality. Sanjay Seth, MD, Inside claims that they are the only company in India, which has a good stock of spare parts and China-trained technicians to provide complete after-sales-solutions for the bag machine.
“Many hospitals are now using disposable sheets and pillow covers both from the hygiene and cost point of view. Further, airlines too are increasingly getting hygiene conscious and Air India has recently introduced disposable cushion covers for headrest on its seats. With this a completely new market segment has opened up for the machine,” says Sanjay. Indeed, with disposable and recycled products becoming popular the future growth prospects are immense. In fact, 30% of cost is recovered when the finished product is picked up as waste for recycling.