RMGroup have supplied automated packaging systems for bagging sand to some of the UK’s largest sand suppliers. Providing systems for companies such as Peakdale, Maen Karne, Aggregates ‘r’ us, Long Rake Spar, Bartlett’s, Vernon Aggregates, Aggregate Industries & many more. Sand bagging systems range from fully automatic form fill & seal machinery, bag placer BP800 and manual filling systems.
The BP800 Bag placer can accommodate bags of various sizes, materials and closure device making it highly versatile, precise and reliable. Contact a member of the team to discuss how the automated bag placer can be integrated into your system increasing bag filling speeds of open mouth bags.
RMGroup do manufacture bespoke packaging lines to suit client’s circumstances & budgets.
If there is a requirement to bag sand at source in various locations then the Mobile Bagging System is the solution.
If the need is for a robust sand bagging machine which is operator friendly, capable of high throughputs then the manual bagging machine would fit the requirement. The MB-300, a simple bagging system compatible with many applications is capable of 300 bags an hour. The MB400 manual bagging machine with conveyor belt in-feed capable of bagging up to 400 bags an hour and the MB500 Manual bagging machine capable of 500 bags per hour Electronic weighing system for accurate filling.
GRS are Britain’s leading independent supplier of aggregates, waste removal and bulk transport. They are the UK’s leading supplier of bagged aggregate to builders merchants and retail outlets nationwide, moving 100,000 bags of product every day. March last year saw RMGroup engineers complete the installation of a high speed packing line at GRS. Since then the relationship has continued to grow and we have supplied recently in Summer 2017 their Thurrock site. Its important for us at RMGroup to retain our customer base and continue to supply and support our new and existing customers. They recently took delivery of a full high speed packing line form fill and seal FPK44 with an ABB robot palletising system.