For Sale: Curioni 541 Servo Paper Bag Machine

Polygraphica are pleased to offer you the following Curioni 541 Servo Paper Bag machine that have recently become available for sale.

The machine is available for removal in January 2015 and can be seen in full production prior to any purchase.

Curioni 541 Servo Block Bottom Handle Paper Bag Machine

Year of manufacture: 2003

Servo driven reel fed machine

Reel width from: 590-1430mm

Bag width range: 220-540mm

Bag width range with handles: 240-540mm

Twisted paper cord handle attachment with hotmelt glue

Handle patch reinforcement

Bag length range: 270-650mm

Bottom width range: 70-200mm

Video of Curioni 541 in production

If required Polygraphica can offer full services for dismantling, shipping and installation of the machines.

The above is only a brief description, if you would like more information, including pricing, please contact me at and I will supply fuller details.

If the above machine is not to your exact requirements please click here to view our full range of paper bag machines.

Place your trust in using Polygraphica as your preferred used machinery supplier. We have been trading continuously since 1993 and are the one of the very few machinery suppliers who is ISO9001-2008 certified.  

Do you have any machinery available for sale?

Whether it is a complete manufacturing line or a tail-end printer, we may have companies requiring your machine.

If you have any machinery available please email a description of the machine along with your price expectation and we may be able to offer the machine to our customers. Even if we do not have a specific enquiry for your machine we will list it free of charge on our website which is viewed by several thousand potential customers every week.

We look forward to hearing from you very shortly.


About Polygraphica
Supplier of used machinery. We buy and sell used machinery for a wide range of industries including flexographic printing, rotogravure printing, label printing and converting, paper bag and sack production and tissue converting to name a few.

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