Hugo Beck Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG

Daimlerstr. 26-32, 72581 Dettingen an der Erms
Germany

Telephone +49 7123 7208-0
Fax +49 7123 87268
info@hugobeck.de

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interpack 2017 hall map (Hall 16): stand D36

Fairground map

interpack 2017 fairground map: Hall 16

Contact

Timo Kollmann

Vertriebsleiter/Sales Director

Phone
+ 49 7123 7208-0

Email
kollmann@hugobeck.de

Visit us

Hall 16 / D36

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.02  Filling and packaging
  • 01.02.01  Form, fill and seal machines (FFS)
  • 01.02.01.01  Horizontal form, fill and seal machines (H-FFS)

Horizontal form, fill and seal machines (H-FFS)

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.02  Filling and packaging
  • 01.02.09  Shrinking devices
  • 01.02.09.05  Shrink tunnels

Shrink tunnels

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.02  Filling and packaging
  • 01.02.10  Packaging machines with special equipment for hygienic packaging
  • 01.02.10.02  CAP (controlled atmosphere packaging)

CAP (controlled atmosphere packaging)

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.02  Filling and packaging
  • 01.02.10  Packaging machines with special equipment for hygienic packaging
  • 01.02.10.04  MAP (modified atmosphere packaging)

MAP (modified atmosphere packaging)

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.02  Filling and packaging
  • 01.02.10  Packaging machines with special equipment for hygienic packaging
  • 01.02.10.05  Sterile packaging
  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.03  Final packaging, material flow, logistics
  • 01.03.01  Filling machines for group and transport packaging

Filling machines for group and transport packaging

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.03  Final packaging, material flow, logistics
  • 01.03.02  Bundling machines
  • 01.03.02.01  Banderoling machines

Banderoling machines

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.03  Final packaging, material flow, logistics
  • 01.03.03  Picking systems

Picking systems

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.06  Additional machines and devices in the packaging process
  • 01.06.01  Applicators for adding or sealing components to packagings (e.g. tear tapes, puring spouts or carrying handles)

Applicators for adding or sealing components to packagings (e.g. tear tapes, puring spouts or carrying handles)

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.06  Additional machines and devices in the packaging process
  • 01.06.03  Equipment for adding product supplements and product information to packs

Equipment for adding product supplements and product information to packs

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.06  Additional machines and devices in the packaging process
  • 01.06.04  Foiling machines

Foiling machines

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.06  Additional machines and devices in the packaging process
  • 01.06.13  Robotic systems
  • 01.06.13.02  Gantry robots

Gantry robots

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.06  Additional machines and devices in the packaging process
  • 01.06.13  Robotic systems
  • 01.06.13.03  Pick & Place robots

Pick & Place robots

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.07  Complete packaging lines
  • 01.07.01  Primary packaging

Primary packaging

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.07  Complete packaging lines
  • 01.07.02  Secondary packaging

Secondary packaging

  • 07  Services
  • 07.01  Business support
  • 07.01.01  Assembly, maintenance and repair services

Assembly, maintenance and repair services

Our products

Product category: Sterile packaging

Hugo Beck flowpack X-D

The flowpack packaging machine line's X-D version is designed especially for use in the pharmaceutical and medical technology sectors, where Hugo Beck specialises mainly in customised solutions. Fully air-tight packaging seams, full traceability, and reproducibility from the first product packaging are guaranteed. Examples of packaged items are infusion tubes, drug and alcohol tests, plaster, diagnostic equipment, etc. Stringent cleanroom requirements are easily maintained when petri dishes are air-tight packaged.

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Product category: Sterile packaging

Hugo Beck flowpack X-e

The flowpack X-e is the entry-level model of Hugo Beck's film packaging machines for flowpack applications in many sectors, including the food and confectionery industry. It offers all the features of larger machines, such as a rotary transverse sealing unit, a servo axis control system, and an adjustable forming shoulder for a high degree of flexibility. Its typical fin seals produce exceptionally airtight packs suitable for modified atmosphere applications and enhancing presentation at the point of sale. The spectrum of films that can be used ranges from hot or cold-sealable across metallic or paper coated films through to laminated films.

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Product category: Applicators for adding or sealing components to packagings (e.g. tear tapes, puring spouts or carrying handles), Pick & Place robots

High-Speed Robots and Feeders

Versatile peripheral devices such as feeders are available for every system. Feeders of Hugo Beck are already proven across the globe thanks to unrivaled variability in their fields of application. They have integral control and drive units, which essentially means that they are multifunctional and not tied to a particular manufacturer.

Hugo Beck is using the range of high-speed robotic systems to expand its assortment of innovative feeders.

A parallel robot – also referred to as a spider robot, delta robot or picker – is controlled via the packaging machine, where programs already ran can be saved and repeated at any time. The system is versatile and easy to integrate with existing packaging lines, both in combination with Hugo Beck's servo X machines, for example, or systems from other manufacturers.

The robot's large work area permits the effortless handling of a hugely diverse range of products and packaging (including awkwardly shaped), such as water pistols, stethoscopes, and magnifying glasses.  The fully-automated feed system from Hugo Beck thus enables more efficient operating processes and pays for itself quickly.   

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Product category: Horizontal form, fill and seal machines (H-FFS)

Hugo Beck servo X

With all Hugo Beck servo X film packaging machines, the transverse sealing unit runs along continuously and synchronises to the product and/or the gap between two products. The seal therefore does not mean dead time: Everything remains in flow, the product handling is simplified; small distances can be driven.

Accurate: The packaging machine examines the distances and seals only if they are sufficient. Since our servo X can change the transverse sealing position with each cycle, it always gets the gap. This thus significantly increases the reproducibility and availability, up to 15 % of film is saved.

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Product category: Horizontal form, fill and seal machines (H-FFS)

Hugo Beck flexo X

The flexible all-rounder: flexo X for shrink-packaging

Used as a space-saving stand-alone device or with other equipment, the flexo X film packaging machine is versatile in every respect and thus enjoys popularity in smaller companies too. Since it can be adapted extremely quickly and without any tools, it is ideal for frequently changing products, either individual or stacked. A product data memory allows users to quickly view products already processed.

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Mar 9, 2017

Hugo Beck showcases innovative automation solutions for film packaging

Hugo Beck, the leading manufacturer of flowpack, film packaging and post-print processing machines, will present a diverse portfolio of machines and applications at this year’s interpack (Hall 16, Stand D36). The latest robot-supported automation solution for horizontal film packaging is set to be a highlight. Hugo Beck thus draws on the enormous automation potential in form fill and seal and shrink packaging. Visitors will also be able to witness for themselves the high quality that Hugo Beck flowpack machines offer in terms of air tightness and reproducibility.

The company can claim a decade-long development tradition when it comes to automation. Handling systems such as portals, grouping solutions, stacking and counting devices, cross pusher etc. – the list of automation options is long, and it has been the dynamic force behind the technological development in a wide range of industries. This product range was recently strengthened by the addition of parallel robots, which make it easier than ever to handle a wide variety of products, for example through grouping, stacking and moving.

“This allows us to offer our customers from a wide range of industries absolute flexibility in the selection of technology depending on their needs and a comprehensive solution from a single source”, explains Head of Sales, Timo Kollmann. “We offer support with our expertise throughout the entire automation process, from project planning and manufacture right through to integration into complex packaging lines. This particularly applies to robot technology for automated product feeding, which is perfectly suited to applications in pharmaceuticals, medical technology, food, confectionery, cosmetics, technology, print and paper,” he says. 

Automation in food production
Hugo Beck will present an example of an automation solution for the food sector. Trade fair visitors will be able to witness complex film packaging as the end result for a convenience product, using the servo X transverse sealing unit in combination with a high-speed parallel robot. The servo X achieves a maximum output of 15,000 cycles/hour and processes film packaging from a length of 80 mm, a width of 10 to 450 mm and a height of up to 300 mm. The transverse sealing technology of Hugo Beck also achieves film savings of up to 15 %. The parallel robot – also known as a spider robot, delta robot or picker – is controlled via the packaging machine. It localises, sorts and dispenses a wide range of 3D products and packaging in large or small quantities with a load capacity of up to eight kilograms, meaning the solution can be used for a whole host of different and individual applications.

Reproducibility right from the first packaging
Based on the typically demanding and highly specific requirements in the pharmaceuticals and medical technology sectors, Hugo Beck designs and manufactures complex bespoke packaging lines. The company’s flowpack X-D film packaging machines can be delivered with a longitudinal seam at the top or the bottom and equipped with numerous options such as a thermal transfer printer, labelling machine and film changing machine for continuous film winding, i.e. non-stop operation. They can also be treated with gas and packaged under modified atmosphere. Clean room requirements are easily adhered to for tightly sealed packaging. Hugo Beck flowpack machines achieve a maximum output of 18,000 cycles/hour and process film packaging from a length of 30 mm and a width of 10 to 400 mm. They achieve one hundred percent tight packaging seams, seamless traceability and reproducible results from the very first product packaging. interpack will play host to a live demonstration of the flowpacking of a typical pharmaceutical product.

Full flexibility
Whether as a space-saving standalone device or in a combination, the universal flexo X form fill and seal machine can be employed flexibly in every sense. It is particularly suited to frequently changing products, individually or in a stack, since it can be reconfigured in no time at all and without tools. Product data memory enables you to quickly call up already processed products. At interpack, various predominantly technical products will be packaged in film and shrunken.

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About us

Company details

Hugo Beck is the world's leading manufacturer of horizontal flowpack, film packaging, and post-print processing systems in the 3,000 to 18,000 cycle-per-hour performance range.

Besides series machines, Hugo Beck also offers a wide range of custom-made solutions. Cutting-edge manufacturing processes used in-house make it possible to respond flexibly to virtually any requirement the customer may have.

Hugo Beck packaging machines are used successfully across the globe in various industries, including pharmaceuticals and medical technology, cosmetics, food, print and paper, textiles, glass, wood, etc.

Versatile peripheral devices such as feeders are available for every system. Feeders of Hugo Beck are already proven across the globe thanks to unrivaled variability in their fields of application. They have integral control and drive units, which essentially means that they are multifunctional and not tied to a particular manufacturer.

Hugo Beck is using the range of high-speed robotic systems to expand its assortment of innovative feeders.

Established in 1955 and based in Dettingen an der Erms (near Stuttgart), Hugo Beck now has the world's most comprehensive manufacturing program in the film packaging industry for flowpacks, poly bags and shrink packs. The focus is on greatest possible automation, flexibility and availability. Some 110 specialists develop and manufacture the innovative packaging solutions at the company's site. This family-owned business is now represented by a network of partners around the world.

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Company data

Number of employees

100-499

Foundation

1955

Target groups
  • Food
  • Confectionery products
  • Bakery products
  • Cosmetics
  • Industrial goods
  • Beverages
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Consumer goods (non-food)