We would like to invite everyone to stop by our booth, (booth #500), at the upcoming SPE Thermoforming Conference in September. We look forward to seeing you there!
Thank you to everyone who attended our booth at this years show. We look forward to seeing you again at next years show!
Zed Industries (Vandalia, Ohio) has developed what it claims is a 100% biodegradable skin package. The new package serves as an alternative to traditional skin packaging, as well as blister or clamshell packaging.
The biodegradable skin pack incorporates Biomax® Bioflex® and Ecoflex® or similar resin technology which may be supplied by a variety of converters. According to Zed the packaging can be composted and broken down. Costs will be reduced once the materials are produced in high volumes. As an alternative to using SBS board Zed used organic and inorganic paper pulp substitutes that are said to provide 100% biodegradable substrates for less cost.
Packaging World, November 30, 2002
We would like to thank everyone for stopping by our booth at the recent 2013 SPE Thermoforming Conference in Atlanta. We appreciate your help in making the show a success for Zed Industries, Inc.
Model 15-DLX is the latest two-station, semi-automatic shuttle heat sealer from Zed Industries (Vandalia, OH). Sealing now takes place over the tray system to minimize required floor space to 26″ x 66″ and facilitate quick change-overs.
Operators simply slide the tray with a 14″ x 15″ seal area and 4″ blister depth into the seal stations and push the start buttons to begin the 3-second sealing. Works with Tyvek® paper and foil.
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A tabletop heat sealer includes controls and components that facilitate validation protocol setup.
A tabletop heat sealer designed for medical device, clinical trial, and pharmaceutical applications features a single-sided aluminum-roller shuttle tray with locating pins to accommodate quick-change-style seal tools. The machine is designed by Zed Industries for the production of packaging that uses thermoformed trays with Tyvek lidstock, carded pill packs, unit doses, foil lids, and conventional carded blister packs. Standard features include controls, components, and peripherals that can help to establish validation protocols and ensure repeatability.
For volume production requiring automatic card, blister, or product feeders, the company offers an in-line heat sealer with a conveyor system. Features include a precision indexing electric-motor chain drive, four-post heat-seal press, and touch screen interface. The unit is available in several sizes and lengths, and with numerous custom options to meet a range of applications.
Just wanted to remind everyone that Zed Industries, Inc. will be attending the 2013 SPE Thermoforming Conference in Atlanta. The conference will be held at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel. We will be located in booth 307 in the Cobb Galleria Centre. The show runs from September 9 – September 12. We look forward to seeing you there.
Vandalia, Ohio-based thermoforming machinery maker Zed Industries Inc. builds its new HG-Series heavy-gauge machines with forming areas of 25 inches by 30 inches to 144 inches by 144 inches, and draw depths of up to 36 inches.
The single-station HG machines handle sheet as thick as one-quarter inch.
Upper and lower steel platens move independently. On the larger machines, platens are gear-stabilized on all four corners.
Zed machines can feed heavy-gauge roll stock automatically into the clamp frame, according to each job.
Plastics News. 7/5/1999, Vol. 11 Issue 20, p9. 1/9p.
CHICAGO — Zed Industries Inc. has introduced what it claims is the world’s fastest pressure forming machine.
The Cam-Form Series is a high-speed, in-line pressure former with punch press-type trimming that runs at speeds as fast as 60 cycles per minute. The machine can use roll-fed material as thick as 60 mils.
The Cam-Form on display at Zed’s booth during NPE 1997 in Chicago featured a 14-inch-by-14-inch mold area, but the machine is available in sizes as large as 16 inches by 26 inches. The former makes cup lids, bowls, trays plates, packaging and other small parts.
“It is intended to run in the multiple millions of cycles,” Peter Zelnick, vice president, said in a June 18 interview at the show. “The changeover is longer, up to two hours. But it’s designed for extended runs.”
The servo-driven Cam-Form molds all types of materials, including PET, PVC, oriented polystyrene and foam.
At the show, the machine thermoformed 12-millimeter vinyl blister packs. A smaller version is being used in Canada for PET egg cartons, and another in France is making PVC egg cartons, Zelnick said. Parts can be indexed, registered, counted and stacked for easier packaging.
One servo motor runs the whole machine from ceramic heaters, top and bottom moving platens, through the cooling station and the punching station. Scrap web is rewound or fed to a grinder.
The machine controller remembers the last hour of operation. If there i a problem, a warning is issued but the controller’s loop-break protection continues to operate the machine just as it had before the problem.
The Vandalia, Ohio-based firm also makes skin and blister packaging equipment; heat sealers; form, fill and seal systems; die cutters; clam shell sealers; and heavy-gauge thermoformers.
Also at NPE, Zed brought out its SC Series of in-line pressure formers equipped with an upgraded computer-control package. The machine features a 15-zone heating system, a secondary hanger hole punch, 110-ton trim press and a parts stack with an automatic counter/unloader in a 22-inch-by-22-inch mold format.
The SF Series features servo-driven platens and pin chain film indexer and a color touch-screen computer control with complete job memory capabilities.
Sarah S. Smith PLASTICS NEWS STAFF
Published: July 28, 1997 6:00 am ET
We would like to thank everyone for stopping by our booth at the recent 2013 MD&M East Expo in Philadelphia. We appreciate your help in making the show a success for Zed Industries, Inc.