Universal Pack designs and builds stick pack and sachet packaging machines and cartoning lines for cosmetic powders and granules. Understanding the needs of our customers is the first step to create and design solutions for their satisfaction in terms of flexibility, reliability and efficiency.
We provide our cosmetic packaging machines for powders and granules with auger or basculating dosing systems. On one hand, auger guarantees high levels of dosage accuracy of non free-flowing powders. On the other hand, basculating allows high-speed packaging operations and better output capacity of free-flowing powders and granules. Therefore, the application of auger or basculating depends on the composition of the product.
We design our solutions for cosmetic powders and granules such as bath salts, talc powder, shampoo and other cosmetics.
Our internal laboratory analyzes your product and laminate, to design and build the best solution for your need. After internal tests and a thorough design review, we can manufacture your customized machine.
Our machines and lines are specifically-dedicated to single-dose packages like stick packs and sachets. For example, we can dose from 0,1 up to 100 gr of powders & granules in a single pack, whose dimensions vary depending on your marketing goals, nature of the products and product requirements.
In packaging lines for cartoning, our systems allow you to put from 1 up to 100 or more sachets or stick packs in the same carton. We have developed patented counting units for any amount of packages to be picked and put into cartons. In recent years, our philosophy is to save as much material and product as possible, both for economic and environmental sustainability.
Our machines can process all typical heat-sealable composite films, for example: PAP-PE (Paper – Polyethylene); PAP-ALU-PE (Paper – Aluminum – Polyethylene); PET-ALU-PE (polyethylene terephthalate – aluminum – polyethylene) and cold sealable materials. Our machines can also package sustainable laminates such as PP (Polypropylene), PLA (Polylactic Acid), PAP (Paper), Bio-PE (Bio-based polyethylene), and more on request.