Fischbein Twin Needle Sewing Head and Systems minimize/eliminate product sifting
through the closure.
Twin Needle Sewing Head
The Twin Needle Sewing Head closes a bag by sewing 2 parallel lines on it. The stitches
between the two lines are offset to further minimize/eliminate sifting of product through
the sewn closure.
This “low vibration” Sewing Head is used for plain sewing, double stitch type 401, of open
Twin needle Sewing System
This Twin Needle Sewing Head is installed on a single leg pedestal to build a sewing
system to close paper and woven polypropylene (WPP) bags. This Twin Needle Sewing
System must of course hold four thread cones and must have routing for all four threads
to the twin needle Head: two threads for the needles, two for the loopers.
Until now, Fischbein has produced industrial systems with twin needle Heads installed on
a pedestal only for manual operations, the bag being introduced by hand by the operator.
The sewing process starts when the feeler switch is activated. At the end, the pneumatic
chain pusher pushes the thread chains into the knives to cut them!
To have a smooth operation of the system, a conveyor is required.