The industry is driven by green products, automation, and innovation that increase system efficiency, reduce operating cost, and increase product throughput returning high ROI.
The industry continues to focus on more reliable solutions that require minimal service and maintenance, increasing MTBF and productivity.
We are a leader in innovative products that include conveyor components which improve facility efficiency for mechanical reducers. These feature an innovative sealing technique to reduce maintenance issues. Our high performance PMAC integrated motor/drives are ultra- efficient, save space, and provide for high torques in a single package.
The ModSort station is a low-noise, low voltage modular transfer/diverter station. It can easily integrate with new or existing systems, eliminating the need for a lift, pneumatics, or Z-direction position feedback devices.
Packaging Machinery Solutions
The need for increased system efficiency, reduced operating cost, and improved product handling can make or break a packaging operation. With line speeds increasing, sorting operations multiplying, and less product damage driving ROI decisions, innovative solutions are required to keep things humming!Learn More
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ModSort™ Station Solves Transfer and Diversion Problems
The ModSort® station is a low-noise, low voltage modular transfer station. It can integrate with new or existing systems, eliminating the need for a lift, pneumatics, or Z-direction position feedback devices.
2253 Roller Top Belt for Unit Material Handling
System Plast® 2253RT belt can be used in material handling applications to sort, divert, merge, position, or gap a wide range of package types and weights.
Washdown Application Solutions from Regal® PTS
Regal® products resolve washdown application challenges with LEESON® and Marathon® motors, Grove Gear® or Hub City™ gearboxes, Sealmaster® bearings and System Plast® NG® EVO conveyor chain.
Packaging Machinery Literature Training
- NEMA® MG1-2006
- EISA/NEMA Premium®
- Underwriters Laboratories
- Canadian Standards Association
- CE Mark
Nema is believed to be the trademark and/or trade name of National Electrical Manufacturers Association and is not owned or controlled by Regal Beloit Corporation.
Packaging Machinery Reference List
Regal manufactures high quality motors, controls, and power transmission products for a myriad of industries and applications: including high efficiency variable speed, PMAC and gear motors that deliver outstanding performance around the clock. Our drives and controls are “Performance Matched” to operate seamlessly with our motors. Additionally, the reliability of our power transmission products guarantees years of trouble-free performance in the most demanding applications.
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United States Industry Overview
The packaging machinery manufacturing industry is primarily engaged in manufacturing machinery for packaging various products. For example, the industry manufactures machinery for wrapping, canning, bottling, and labelling for several food and beverage end markets. The industry also manufactures thermoform, blister, and skin packaging machinery for the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.
The three largest consumers of industry products are food and beverage manufacturers, household goods manufacturers, and pharmaceutical manufacturers, which combined make up for over two-third of industry sales.
The packaging machinery manufacturing industry will enjoy solid, albeit slow growth over the coming five years, with industry revenue expected to increase at an annualized rate of 1.6% to $6.6 billion over the five years to 2021.