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Rotary Auger Filler innovations drive productivity and profitability

White paper from Spee Dee discusses the application of servo controls and a new innovative funnel design to rotary auger fillers for free-flowing and non-free flowing applications. Benefits include dramatic reductions in changeover time and increased efficiencies.
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Video demo shows tool-less changeover for servo-driven rotary auger filler
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Video demo shows tool-less changeover for servo-driven rotary auger filler

Spee-Dee's Rotary Auger Filler is designed to accurately fill a broad cross section of products, such as spices, non-dairy creamers, coffee and cornstarch, into a variety of bottles and other rigid containers at rates of 100 to 400 units per minute.
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Demonstrating in-line dry-filling of rigid containers up to 120/min
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Demonstrating in-line dry-filling of rigid containers up to 120/min

Video from Spee-Dee demonstrates multi-lane, multi-auger in-line filling system that achieves high speeds without sacrificing floor space. Timing screws rapidly orient rigid containers into two lanes, where they are efficiently filled at a combined rate of 120/minute by a pair of Spee-Dee® servo auger fillers, and recombined into a single lane.
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Detergents
Package Case Study
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P&G's new compacted detergents to save 22M pounds of packaging annually

Procter & Gamble compacts its powder laundry detergents to one-third the size, debuting new Tide and Gain products in Target stores.
Supplier News
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Spee-Dee forms alliance with international distributor Selo UK

James P. Navin, President of Spee-Dee® Packaging Machinery, Inc., has announced that an agreement has been formed with Selo UK Ltd. to distribute and service Spee-Dee equipment throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.  
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Feature Article
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Toward improved heat-seal performance

If you've signed on to a solid approach, your packages are being sealed and delivered with good consistency.
Machine Product Brief
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Material Transfer & Storage, Inc: Direct lift drum dumper

Material Transfer’s 180° Rotation Drum Dumper accepts 55 gallon drums of non-free flowing powders, and discharges the contents into a vibratory feeder at 83 in. above floor level.
Machine Product Brief
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Taylor Products Co Inc: Taylor Products Co Inc: Innovative Air Packer System

 The Model A Valve Bag Packers are pneumatic aeration packers designed specifically for powders and powder mixes, such as flour, cement, and chemicals, although they effectively handle granular materials too.
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Machine Product Brief
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Taylor Products Co Inc: Taylor Products Co Inc: TRU Seal ultrasonic valve bag sealer

Taylor Products, division of Magnum Systems, announces the release of the TRU Seal ultrasonic valve bag sealer.
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Machine Product Brief
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Taylor Products Co Inc: Taylor Products Co Inc: V3400 vertical form fill seal machine

Taylor Products, a division of Magnum Systems, is pleased to announce the release of the V3400 vertical form fill seal machine into the V-LINE family of products.
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