Bagging plants

for big bags


The user enters the number and weight of the big bags in the weighing and data terminal and prepares the bag for filling. The system fills the bag with the required amount of material.


  • Storage tank with different volumes (e.g. 6 m³ at 5 m height)
  • Product-contacting parts made of stainless steel
  • Acid-resistant 2K paint
  • Pneumatic or electric shut-off valve for dosing
  • Adjustable four- or single-loop bag holders
  • Manual sack clamp for the inlet
  • Weighing of the storage container (net withdrawal weighing)
  • IT6000E Weighing terminal with network connection for PC communication
  • Calibratable weighing technology
  • Prepared for communication with Misch 7, warehouse management and big bag warehouse


  • Blower to inflate the bag
  • Stainless steel frame
  • Pneumatic or electric bag clamps for the inlet
  • Weighing of the big bag
  • Roller conveyor or conveyor belt for bag transport
  • Manual or automatic (also via remote control) setting down of 4-loop big bags
  • Remote display
  • Label printing with customized declaration

Flexibly applicable

Depending on the equipment, the bagging system for large containers is suitable for a wide variety of filling processes:

  • For weighing the sample from the hopper. In this case, the hopper is equipped with a scale. The dosing slide is closed after the target weight has been removed from the hopper.
  • For gross weighing of the big bag. In this case, the bag suspension is integrated in the scale. The dosing slide is closed when the gross weight is reached.
  • For net weighing in a lowered container or for net weighing in a big bag. In this operating mode, taring takes place before filling begins. The dosing slide is closed when the net weight has been reached.

Target weight freely adjustable

The desired weight and also the dosing mode can be easily entered via the alphanumeric keypad of the weighing and data terminal. The weight range is set by the manufacturer.

Automatic workflow control

All functions of the system are largely automated. If release by the operator is required, release can be easily achieved by pressing the large buttons on the control cabinet. The filling status is indicated to the operator via lights on the control cabinet and the guide display.