An automatic gross weight bagging machine using fluidization and a single robotic arm to fill valve bags with powdery or low granulometry products sounds like a complex and advanced piece of machinery. Fluidization involves suspending particles in a gas stream, which can help to evenly distribute the product being bagged. The use of multiple filling points and a single robotic arm suggests that the machine is able to fill bags quickly and efficiently.
There are a number of factors to consider when designing and operating such a machine. These may include the properties of the product being bagged (such as particle size, bulk density, and flowability), the size and shape of the bags being used, the accuracy and precision of the filling process, and the speed and efficiency of the bagging operation. It may also be necessary to consider safety considerations, such as the need for guards or enclosures to protect operators from moving parts.
Overall, an automatic gross weight bagging machine using fluidization and a single robotic arm can be a useful tool for efficiently packaging powdery or low granulometry products in valve bags.