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WestPack 2014: Capping Machine
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WestPack 2014: Capping Machine

Magna Capper is an automatic inline capping machine that applies and torques closures onto containers at speeds to 60 cpm. Track feeds cap to machine. Floats cap onto bottle, allowing for fewer crossthreads. Uses servo technology for repeatable, consistent running. Incorporates a user-friendly Allen Bradley touchscreen.
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Apacks: Automatic servo chuck capping machine

Automatic chuck capper sorts, places and torques caps.
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Branson Ultrasonics helped Karma Culture LLC overcome the challenge of welding the patented KarmaCap, a dispensing capsule that holds vitamins and other essential ingredients separate from the water until the consumer peels back the protective seal, pushes down on the cap, and gently shakes the bottle to mix the drink. The “reservoir cap” is used for Karma® Wellness Water plastic bottles.
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Customized spin-welding key to sealing KarmaCap

Closure allows users to infuse fresh vitamins into beverage and then shake the bottle to initiate health benefits of its vitamin drinks.
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Fogg Filler: Quick change capping chucks

Fogg Filler’s Quick Change capping chuck can be retrofitted to Fogg Standard or 700 Series cappers providing similar performance to a Pick N Place capper and quickly transforming a Fogg capper from one format to another.
Feature Article
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In-line cappers versus rotary chuck-style cappers

In-line cappers are traditionally cheaper than rotary chuck cappers, which can cost up to 10 times the price.
Pasta sauce bottles enter a labeler at left, then exit labeled at right. Filled, capped, and labeled bottles accumulate on a high-speed bottling line at LiDestri’s Rochester, NY, facility.
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Contract manufacturer accelerates its packaging operations

New facilities and equipment investments drive LiDestri Foods’ operations in Rochester, NY, and Fresno, CA.
Video: Federal Features Premium Filling and Capping Machines
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Video: Federal Features Premium Filling and Capping Machines

Federal’s 12-valve model GWSS2/12.4 monoblock filler/capper and 30-valve net-weigh filler/capper with extended-shelf-life (ESL) option are unmatched in the packaging industry in terms of sanitary construction and ruggedness. These machines function for decades and hold their value for resale.
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Video: Jim Beam Excited About its 30th Fowler Capping Machine – on Display at Pack Expo
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Video: Jim Beam Excited About its 30th Fowler Capping Machine – on Display at Pack Expo

Jim Beam’s Senior Corporate Engineer Robert Land introduces this video on the Fowler/Zalkin 10-head capper applying ROPP aluminum closures for the Pinnacle Vodka brand.
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Machine Product Brief
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Closure Systems: Capping chuck

The recent global wave of innovative lightweight beverage closure designs has delivered many benefits to both bottlers and consumers.
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COOL+ mould cooling system
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Sacmi: Mold cooling system

Able to be installed across the CCM range, this solution reduces cap cooling time and raises productivity by up to 50%.

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