Vertical Packaging Machine

VPC-H 250

Output (PPM): 200 pouches max.

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VPC-H 250

High-performance form, fill and seal machine for confectionery: VPC-H 250 from WOLF

The vertical packaging machine VPC-H, with a low product drop-height, was specially developed for sweets and confectionery. Up to 200 bags/min.

Just like every WOLF packaging machine, the VPC-H 250 is able to convinces with a high performance, newest technology and an extremely advantageous price.

It was consequently developed for the packaging of confectionery:

  • For pillow, gusseted, or chain bags
  • For bag widths of 50-250 mm
  • For filling volumes up to 4000 cm³
  • Continuous and intermittent operation
  • For all heat-sealable wrapping materials

Low product drop-height for high speeds. Servo drives for movement and support functions. Also for delicate products. Precise dosing after the bottom sealing, via synchronized dosing units.

Bag examples


Would you like to pack pouders, granules, pieces, pasty or liquid products from the food, non-food, chemical, detergents and pharmaceutical sectors safely, cost-effectively, logistically and in a sales-promoting manner? You will find the right tubular bag machine for almost every application in the WOLF product range.

Filling volume
up to 4.000cm³
(Dependent on product density)

Output bpm
200 pouches
(Dependent on bag weight and product characteristics)

confectionary packaging

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