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AMBEC: Pressureless inliner

Because it uses multiple tabletop chains instead of pressure to move bottles into a single-file line, this new inliner from AMBEC (Owings Mills, MD) is suitable for indexing irregularly shaped or unstable containers with-out causing jams by distorting them or knocking them over.
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Handling glass plastic or metal containers the machine is recommended for bottles with petaloid or champagne bases; it indexes 20-oz petaloid-base bottles at speeds of 800+ bpm and 20-oz champagne-base bottles at 1+ bpm.

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