When it comes to the development of tomorrow’s surface treatments for walls and ceilings, Scanspac leads the way in Europe. In spring 2021, they collaborated with Fisker to develop a new concept and packaging line for packing liquid filler. Packaging line no 2 is now up and running.
The liquid spray plaster is packed into bags rather than in the traditional bucket packaging, which then had to be ‘dug out’. The new concept is a more sustainable solution because less material is consumed during the packaging process; at the same time, tubular film is both less expensive and a better choice for packaging of spray plaster. The product therefore ensures an optimized work process for Scanpac’s customers, as well as reducing material consumption.
Seal of approval for more sustainable solution
“In 2021, we developed a new packaging line for the customer’s spray plaster, which incorporated a specially built electronic device for measuring production flow,” Peter M. Henningsen tells us. ”The first packaging line was commissioned just over a year ago, and now the customer has chosen to install another similar line. The fact that the solution that we helped to develop is now being replicated in the form of a new similar line, using the same formula, is testament to its quality.”