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Quick-change bottle feeder

The FL-200 linear bottle feeder from Hoppmann (Chantilly, VA) can handle large bottles up to 2L. Takes bottles from an elevating supply hopper and unscrambles them for downstream filling, capping and labeling.
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Liquid fillers

Packaging Dynamics' (Ron-konkoma, NY) line of liquid fillers is available in a variety of designs, including gravity/pressure, volumetric, and time/pressure.
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Adjustable AC drives

Allen-Bradley (Milwaukee, WI) has introduced its four-color brochure highlighting technical features, applications and specifications of the 1336 PLUS adjustable frequency AC drive.
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DOS-based catalog

Nolu Plastics (Aston, PA) has introduced a DOS-based interactive catalog that installs directly onto a standard hard drive. Displays component parts with engineering specifications and recommendations so that material handling, packaging, de-sign and maintenance engineers can select the proper components.
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Film labeler

The Model 3200ST p-s film labeler from Label-Aire (Fullerton, CA) now has an "air fill" feature that pressurizes the bottle internally to stabilize sidewalls during labeling.

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