The automated bagging machine you described is designed to efficiently package free-flowing and dry bulk materials, such as dog food, cat food, grains, nuts, and dried fruits, into stand-up pouches or doypacks. The bulk material is first fed into a surge hopper using a bucket elevator or auger conveyor system, and then metered into the internal weigh hoppers by bulk flow and dribble flow vibrating feeders.
One of the weigh hoppers is filled with the bulk material while the other is releasing the set target weight of material into a stand-up pouch or doypack that is clamped to the bag filling spout. This process is likely repeated continuously, allowing the machine to package a large volume of products in a short amount of time.
Automated bagging machines like this can help improve the efficiency and accuracy of the packaging process, as they can operate at high speeds and with minimal human intervention. They are commonly used in industries such as food processing, pharmaceuticals, and agricultural products.