Nuts packing Machine

Snacks have played a crucial role in modern human diets, from nutritious nuts to savoury potato chips. With discerning snackers selective in their purchases, brands require reliable packaging to attract customers amid competition.
Lintyco’s nut packaging solutions are designed to optimize filling lines to meet your specific needs. Gone are concerns about time-consuming changes that are hindering productivity. Our high-quality machinery streamlines production for continuous efficiency. Our packaging solutions include auger and vibratory fillers, VFFS baggers, and check weigher machines that offer both speed and accuracy.
The automatic nut packing machine automatically weighs seals, and packages nuts into bags, trays, boxes, or pouches. Nuts are loaded into the machine, weighed, and packaged in precise portions. The packs are then sealed to maintain freshness by limiting exposure to air and humidity. Some sealers inject inert gases, such as nitrogen, to replace oxygen.
High-speed nut packaging machines can process thousands of packages per hour, enabling efficient high-volume production. They ensure consistent pack weights and minimize handling. Proper packaging and sealing keep nuts fresh by minimizing oxidation and maintaining their quality. Pre-weighed, ready-to-sell packs provide consumers and retailers with convenience.
Machines can apply date codes, use-by dates, or display product details. Fully automated packers can handle weighing, filling, sealing, and inline printing on packs. They produce shelf-stable, pre-packed products for retail and wholesale distribution.

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Machine Choice

premade pouch packing machine

Rotating Premade Pouch Snack Foods Packaging Machine For Nuts

Our Premade Pouch Packing Machine covers SS304 and adopts German/Japanese electronic components.Package up to 80 Bags/Min. We provide layout drawing services ,OEM service, and decent delivery time.

vertical form fill seal machine

Vertical Form Fill&Seal Snack Packaging Machine

Hiqh quality Vffs Machine for snack, as a classic solution for various types of nut packaging, is also one of the choices. Package Up to 60 Bags/Min,Low price .If you have no special requirements for the appearance of the product packaging, then it is a good Choice.


Nut Flow Wrapper Machine

Horizontal Flow wrapper, also as a classic solution for cookie packaging, is also one of the choices. Package Up to 290 Bags/Min, the servo Intelligent control,advanced PLC touch screen, run with low noise .If you have high special requirements for the accuracy of the product packaging, then it is a good Choice.

Ultimate FAQ Guide

Nut packaging machines can package various nuts, including almonds, cashews, walnuts, pistachios,macadamia nuts,hazelnuts, pine nuts, pumpkin seeds, and peanuts.
Most nut varieties commonly available in stores can be packaged via automated high-speed equipment. They perform well on packaging lines for nuts.


High-quality nut bag machines can effectively prevent product oxidation and maintain the freshness and quality of nuts through the appropriate packaging technology and control methods.
The nut packaging machine can effectively prevent product oxidation and maintain the freshness and quality of nuts through the appropriate packaging technology and control methods.
  • Maintaining quality attributes in nut packaging requires a holistic approach.
  • Anoxia is critical, achieved through specialized sealing techniques. Advanced methods are used to evacuate intrusive oxygen through degassing nozzles or magnetic valves prior to closure.
  • Alternatively, modified atmosphere packaging floods interiors with sterile preserving gases like nitrogen that displace air without altering its taste.
  • Light-impermeable packaging materials like oxygen-scavenging films, metalized pouches, or cans protect against photo-oxidation threats.
  • Humidity control through desiccant sachets or vapour-barrier laminates maintains ideal moisture levels and prevents rancidity.
  • Ensure strict temperature management throughout the supply chain, from packaging to shipment to the sales floor, to protect heat-sensitive components.
  • Integrated monitoring maintains environmental conditions to maximize shelf life by adhering to normative storage and distribution protocols.
  • Automated leak detection during production ensures the package integrity for dependable protection in transit and beyond.
The nut packaging system’s working principle is usually through conveyor belts to transport nuts from the inlet to the packing area, then use plastic bags to pack the nuts, and finally seal and label the packaging.
  • Conveying: An entrance transports nuts from the loading point(s) to the downstream packaging stations.
  • Weighing/Dosing: Precision scales for dose targets can be inserted into waiting receptacles such as bags or other formats.
  • Filling: Controlled drop stations deposit levelled measures into closed packaging.
  • Sealing: Heat, adhesive, or ultrasonic methods are used to bond packaging edges after product insertion.
  • Coding: Inkjet arrays or labelling heads that have been freshly sealed with barcodes or other codes.
  • Discharge: Outlet conveyors dispatch just-packaged items to subsequent handling, such as cartoning/case packing.
While food-grade packaging remains crucial, nut packaging lines prioritize functionality over exotic materials. If sanitization standards are followed, the common stock usually suffices.
  • Plastic films, papers, and coatings that are food-safe when handled and sterilized and meet regulatory requirements for indirect food contact are sufficient.
  • Mono-materials streamline recycling without compromising barrier attributes when packaged properly.
  • Affordable stocks like polyethene, polypropylene, and paper provide impermeability at optimal cost.
  • Non-hazardous adhesives, inks, and sealants approved for such applications work without contaminating encapsulations.
  • Standardized formats that are compatible with downstream applications and processes help with logistics optimization.
So long as packaging undergoes hygienic processing, maintains quality as qualified, and fulfills performance needs, exotic specialty materials rarely play a role. Cost-effectiveness favors compliant stocks, minimizing environmental impact during processing and disposal , as per the principle. Pragmatism and compliance are more important than flashy novelty, given modern food safety controls.
Here is a typical workflow for an automated nuts packaging system:
1. Feeding/introduction: Loose nuts are fed into the top of the system, usually from a hopper or conveyor belt. This introduces them to the packaging line.
2. Inspection: The nuts are checked through inspection devices such as cameras or X-rays to ensure that they are free of foreign materials or damaged nuts. Any rejections will be removed.
3. Dosing/weighing: The nuts are weighed into pre-set amounts for individual packages. This ensures accurate and consistent fill amounts.
4. Filling: The measured amounts of nuts are deposited into empty packages such as bags, pouches, jars, cans, etc. as they fall down a conveyor belt.
5. Sealing: The open package edges are sealed, such as heat-sealing, adhesive, or crimping. This fully encloses the product.
6. Labels: Printers and applicators add labels with branding, ingredients, nutrition information, barcodes, lot codes, and expiration dates.
7. Packaging: Individual sealed packages are packaged into larger shipping cases, cartsons, or bundles.
8. Palletizing: Bunkers are palletized for bulk storage and shipping purposes.
9. Quality control: In-process and end-of-line inspection checks for seals, labels, and package integrity before shipping.
10. Storage/shipping: Pallets that have been completed are moved to storage or loaded onto trucks for shipment to distribution centers.
This covers the basic process from raw materials to finished packaged products ready for distribution. Quality and food safety are the top priorities.
Yes, the nut packaging equipment can be vacuum-packed to extend the shelf life of nuts by excluding air within the packaging container.
By removing excessive oxygen from nut packaging casings, aerobic oxidative processes can stop causing rancidity and loss of flavor. Without air’s harmful catalyzing effects, the vulnerable nutritional and aromatic profiles remain untouched.
The vacuum process seamlessly integrates with automated nut packaging workflows. Stations should enrobe products before evacuating excess gas through degassing manifolds or one-way venting valves. Hermetic seals then prevent oxidation threats.
Without ambient oxygen, nuts will continue to float unchanged throughout extensive supply chains and residuals. Quality remains until the opening reveals the unaltered purchased sample. Extended best-by dates and fresh windows positively impact bottom lines.
Innovations now enhance the tried vacuum method. Examples include backfilling with noble gases or active oxygen scavengers that neutralize residual pockets.
Ensuring only premium products reach consumers requires vigilant quality safeguards integrated into packaging workflows. Instituting strict verifications for leading nut processing lines.
  • Optical Inspection: Visible light and hyperspectral cameras inspect the fills to identify any defects, debris, or fragmented product anomalies before enclosing.
  • Metal Detection: Critical control points throughout the line deploy precise detectors to screen shipments for tramp materials that could compromise packaging or pose risks.
  • X-Ray Imaging: Where contamination intolerance applies, x-ray technology penetrates casing and nuts alike to detect even subtle foreign bodies before they are filled.
  • Weight Inspection: Multi-head weighing authenticates the net contents, aligns with clearly marked labels, and reveals underfills or overages before distribution.
Automated rejection promptly redirects any subpar packages to quarantine for reconditioning, ensuring only items that pass a multi-point assessment reach end-users. Real-time diagnostics maintain regulatory compliance while enhancing brand reputation for consistent quality. Integrity protection remains a crucial aspect of automated packaging functions serving the nut industry.

 If the nut packaging machine is causing blockage issues during the packaging process, you can clean or adjust the discharge system, check if the conveyor channel is clear, etc. to fix it.

If you can not deal with it ,please contact us

Yes, some packaging equipment has an automatic label printing and affixing function that allows labels to be added during the packaging process.

Not only is label printing aesthetically pleasing, but it also complies with food safety laws. The general food manufacturers usually have labeling machines that are more expensive than the machines they use.

Proper maintenance and robust construction help ensure long service lives for nut processing machinery. While the exact amount of time you’ll live depends on various factors, here are some general guidelines:
  • These industrial-grade components are made from corrosion-resistant alloys and bearings, which help them last for 5-10+ years under normal operating conditions.
  • Installing temperature and humidity controls in the packaging area can double the lifespan of equipment compared to unstable or extreme facilities.
  • Consistent preventive maintenance, including lubrication, calibration, and systematic part replacement, as per OEM schedules, helps prevent degradation to rated performance. Download the Maintenance List Here.
  • Operating at lower volumes can cause wear to increase, especially with heavy production.
  • Proper cleaning protocols after a transition help keep the vulnerable internals safe from being damaged by debris over the long run.
If you take good care of your packaging, you can extract a decade or more of automation from your quality packaging systems by keeping it cool, moist, and free of contaminants. Their engineered resilience makes for good deployment and aftercare.
Typical costs for new automatic/semi-automatic nut packaging machines are:
  • Basic weigh/fill: $15-100K
  • Mid-range systems: $100-250K
  • High-speed machines: $250K-500K
  • Integrated lion systems: $500K-1M+
When designing and operating responsible nut packaging systems, we prioritize personnel safety and product hygiene. General objectives include:
  • It complies with occupational regulations to prevent contact with moving parts.
  • To prevent operation with hazard-containing access panels, interlocks are used.
  • Easily clean surfaces with Easy-Clean designs that don’t have any crevices where bacteria could hide.
  • Clean-in-place systems thoroughly sanitize contact zones between runs.
  • The changeover procedures minimize the risk of cross-contamination between SKUs.
  • Enclosed enclosures with pre-filter air intakes and positive pressure prevent the contamination of airborne pathogens.
  • Allergens are certified contained from nut surfaces and segregated from allergenic-free lines.
  • Traceability protocols help us quickly recall products in case of issues.
By prioritizing both personnel safety and the sanitary processing of vulnerable nutrients, we reinforce the integrity of the supply chain. Maintaining good compliance ultimately protects public health.
Nut packaging machines can be used with other equipment, like feeding robotic arms and coders, to increase production efficiency and consistency.
It can also be integrated with the weighing function, which accurately measures the weight of nuts and ensures the the packaging is accurate.

The noise level of nut packing machines is usually between 60-80 decibels, depending on the machine model and operating condition.

Wenzhou BenGang Machinery is a well-established engineering company that combines R&D DPT, machine-producing DPT, marketing DPT, and after-sales team DPT. 

We have been doing food, medical supplies, and commodity packing for over 10 years in China. 

We can make and customize anything as needed. 

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