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MAP only with WITT - innovations at Interpack 2017

04/07/2017

At Interpack Düsseldorf, WITT is showing once again why they are the “go-to” supplier of solutions for packaging under protective atmosphere.

At WITT’s booth, this year's focus will be on solutions to make quality control effective, and easy for the user.

The portable OXYBABY® is a fast and accurate way to sample and analyze O2/CO2 content in packaging. Key features are: low sample size required, ease of operation, and a long-lasting O2 sensor. At Interpack, WITT will be presenting for the first time an OXYBABY® which shows the O2 value to 2 decimal places.

In the LEAK-MASTER® EASY tank, packages can be tested for leak-tightness – simple to use but highly efficient by results. Its key feature is that air bubbles show any leaks. This makes it easy to see where the leaks are, so the cause can be addressed. And with the electronic control unit PLUS, the EASY now also offers fully standardized operation and complete digital documentation.

"These two products are our best-sellers, and a kind of dynamic duo in quality testing of MAP packaging," emphasizes WITT's marketing manager Alexander Kampschulte. "In any company which packs food under a protective atmosphere, at least these two appliances should be used to ensure product quality for the consumer."

But, of course, Interpack visitors can also look forward to numerous more new innovations. With the compact version, WITT now offers a new version of the proven LEAK-MASTER® MAPMAX for in-line leak testing of packages. Its small size and high testing speed make this 'short' MAPMAX version particularly attractive. With a length of only 1,17 m, the new MAPMAX compact is almost 70 cm shorter than its big brother.

A completely new product is the PATBOX: a highly mobile solution for the fast and precise recording of pressure and temperature throughout the production process. The PATBOX does not have to be connected, but instead it detects pressure and temperature in its surroundings via built-in sensors. For example, machines that work with a vacuum can be fine-tuned, or packaging gas pressures can be checked. Via NFC protocols, the PATBOX sends the data to a smartphone or tablet app.a

Convince yourself by visiting Witt in Hall 5, Stand F22.

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