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Use the Bagger Professor to find the machine for your application.




Use the Bagger Professor to find the machine for your application.

At Choice Bagging, our goal is to supply you with the right valve bag filler for your specific needs and requirements. These automatic bagging machines, or valve bag fillers, are used in the following types of industries: aggregate, stone, minerals, agriculture, feed, seed, cement, concrete, chemical, food, ingredients, landscaping products and more. Automatically fill valve bags with sand, cement, concrete, aggregate, soil, dirt, mulch, flour, rice, powder and more.

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200 Series Auger Bag Filler

600 Series Gravity Valve Bag Filler

650 Series Auger Bag Filler

700 Series Pressure Flow Air Packer

800 Series Vertical Impeller Packer

900 Series Horizontal Impeller Packer

Model 2000 Semi-Automatic Bag Palletizer

Model 2000 Semi-Automatic Bag Palletizer

EZ-45 Pallet Loading Station

EZ-45 Pallet Loading Station

Pallet Wrapper Machine - Synergy 1.50

Pallet Wrapper Machines

What is a valve bag?

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Valve Bag

Valve bags provide an efficient means to fill and securely close a flexible bag to prevent the contents from leaking or sifting out once it has been filled. A valve bag is totally sealed on all sides prior to filling except for an open sleeve located in a corner to allow introduction of material that is to be held within. The valve sleeve functions as a one-way or check valve to keep the contents from escaping after it is loaded.

They are filled with specialized, automatic filling machines that are classified simply enough as valve bag fillers. During the filling process, an empty valve bag is projected onto the filling tube or filling spout of a filler. The spout penetrates through the open sleeve into the interior. Product is then passed through the tube to the inside of the valve bag. Once completely filled, the product inside the bag pushes the one-way valve closed, preventing the product from leaking out. They are commonly used to contain and transport material such as dry powders and granular products, examples of which are cement, concrete, minerals, chemicals, seeds, grains and fertilizers. They can be constructed of a variety of materials including paper, plastic film and plastic woven mesh.