This brings Xact’s total number of installations with this supermarket to 12 as they were very happy with the previous installations and with their reliability and durability.
Giro hits 1000th mark
in the GBUB series making it
in the GBUB series making it one of the best selling net packaging machines.
one of the best selling net packaging machines.
Upgraded CA9 launched
The new CA9-S has all the features of the CA9 including the automatic change of tube but has been enhanced to improved operating efficiency and safety.
- Previously reaching 35 cycles per minute, the CA9-S can now reach up to 42 cycles per minute (of 1kg bags)
- Similar to the Girbagger range of net welding machine, the CA9-S allows GirControl Plus connection enabling the customer to control production, monitor in real time and undertake remote servicing
- The CA9-S includes a new full colour 7″ touch screen with intuitive and attractive features
Giro control fresh produce packhouse equipment through central hub
Operating through a standard PC and connected through the network or through the Internet, Packhouse Managers can now monitor and analyse real time or saved data, e.g. number of bags, efficiency, stoppages and breakdowns – categorised by machine, line and date – for a tighter and more efficient control system.
The GirControl Plus collates data all in one central location, instead of at each individual machine, with a 2 way exchange of data. This hub is an office-based PC which can quickly and easily review the settings and current status of every machine connected to it through the network.
Furthermore, minor engineering faults can be solved remotely. Anyone can log onto the system from any computer connected to the Internet, provided they have been given access codes. This in turn means call-outs can be reduced as engineers will be able to identify errors, advise on corrective measures and even modify some settings without travelling to site. Despite this easy access, information travelling through the network is securely protected.