See it at Pack Expo 2014, Booth #S-2100! Angelus V-Series Can Seamers from PneumaticScaleAngelus (PSA) includes eight models equipped with between three and 18 seaming heads, and provides speeds from 75 to 2,500 cans/min.
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Pneumatic Scale (Cuyahoga Falls, OH) offers extended shelf life/aseptic packaging for both low- and high-acid products. System is available with the flow meter and liquid net weigh fillers, allowing it to accommodate sterile, blow-molded, and open-neck glass, plastic, or metal containers.
Pneumatic Scale (Cuyahoga Falls, OH) has enhanced its can seamer machines with a Quick Seaming Setup Assembly, which includes a lever that pushes the second can away from the sealing cam, pausing cam engagement, so the operator can check the first can seamed.
Pneumatic Scale’s (Cuyahoga Falls, OH) TC Capper features a torque monitoring option, which is said to guarantee correct application torques and eliminate the possibility of leaking and overtightened caps.
Capping containers as small as 1” in dia or width, the MTC capper from Pneumatic Scale (Cuyahoga Falls, OH) uses magnetic torque control, eliminating moving parts that wear or possibly scuff containers.
With fill-height accuracy to ±0.2", the redesigned Pneumaflow® Filler from Pneumatic Scale (Cuyahoga Falls, OH) positions the product supply directly above the fill heads so that fewer tubes are used to deliver the product.
Pneumatic Scale (Cuya- hoga Falls, OH) has enhanced its Liquid Net Weigh Filler to improve the sterility of the filling mechanisms. Increased pressure in the supply tank forces all contaminants from product residue and cleaning solutions out of the system, according to manufacturer.
Pneumatic Scale (Cuyahoga Falls, OH) has developed a line of high-speed rotary net-weigh filling machines. The PC-based system enables the user to create and edit product recipes or programs, observe real time and historical fill data, diagnose system problems, perform statistical analysis, and print reports.