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Machine Product Brief

Pillar Technologies - An ITW Company: Manual induction sealer

The UniFoiler-H waterless, hand-held induction sealer is equipped with maximum power for short manual runs, yet it can also be converted to conveyor use in moderate speed applications.
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Web Plus: Researching equipment online is not just window shopping

Surfing the Internet is more than a pastime for Another Day Ltd. manager David Lickhalter. It’s an efficient way to research equipment that the San Diego-based pet-supply company needs to package its liquid products.
"Heat-sink" technology means the induction sealer needs no water lines for cooling.
Feature Article

New TE seals at Interpharm

Pharmaceutical manufacturer adds greater TE reliability by switching to induction-sealed foil liners in place of pressure-sensitive foam liners.
Machine Product Brief

New England Machinery, Inc: Cap applicator

New England Machinery (Bradenton, FL) offers a new cap applicator called Nercae. Capper can be used in induction sealing applications followed by a retorquing.
Machine Product Brief

Lepel Corporation: Self-cooled liner-sealing system

The CS Plus from Lepel (Waukesha, WI) is a self-cooled induction sealing system with no moving parts. CS Plus requires no fan- or water-cooling system, enabling maximum line speeds to 350’/min.
Machine Product Brief

Vibrac Corp.: Induction sealer

Vibrac Corp.’s (Amherst, NH) semi-automatic induction sealer is capable of fitting all bottle sizes using 15-mm to 110-mm caps. Total output up to 30 bottles/min, requiring operator only to adjust cap size and load bottles.
Package Case Study

New line helps repackaging pay off (sidebar)

Closure/container combo
Overhead hoppers on each electronic tablet counter are fed by a bucket that travels on demand from a floor-level hopper (inset)
Machine Case Study

New line helps repackaging pay off

Added last August, RxPak’s newest drug repackaging line is notable not only for its level of automation, but also for the senior-friendly, child-resistant closure it applies. See in-plant video
Since new labels and a large plastic cap were made part of the package, the container has much better impact on display. Inset s
Package Case Study

New look for oyster packs

Induction-sealing is a key element in Minterbrook’s redesigned oyster package. Shelf life is extended, tamper evidence improved, and costs cut.
The rotary filler (top) is driven by a motor capable of handling Robson's viscous spun honey. A slight indentation in each bottl
Machine Case Study

Robson's assembles a honey of a line

Filling, capping and labeling jars of honey by hand was too slow at this Arizona honey maker, especially with new markets on the horizon. Automated machinery was the answer


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