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Per-Fil Industries: Multi Spindle Auger Filler
The Per-Fil Model MF-X multi-spindle, SERVO driven, Automatic auger filler is THE solution for high speed applications of difficult bridging product.
The unique, Patented tub hopper allows for up to 10 spindle designs. This unit is a highly efficient, precise and clean alternative to continuous motion technology. Filler specifications:Learn about packaging innovation at The Packaging Conference in Orlando, February 3-5, 2014*Products filled: powders, pastes, granules and frozen and processed food products*Containers filled: bottles, bags, jars, boxes -- all types of rigid and flexible containers.*Fill sizes: 0.5 grams to 10 kg*Fill speed: 30 - 200 containers per minute*Fill accuracy: +/- 1% or better*Operation: semi-automatic or fully automaticSpecial features:*Independent servo drives for each auger spindle for indepent control over auger speed and revolutions.*Available with 2 to 10 auger spindles*Variable speed agitator drive to control product consistency. *OFF-THE-SHELF PLC with touchscreen interface for simple adjustment of all filler parameters. Can be integrated with a scale for net weigh fill operation or with a checkweigher to feedback and adjust the auger.*Heavy duty, stainless steel construction for operation in sanitary production environments. 304 stainless steel product contact parts standard and 316 electro-polished stainless steel upgrade is available.*Modular machine design adapts to semi of fully automated production lines using rigid or flexible containers of various shapes and configurations. Convenient integration with in-line conveyors, pouching systems and tray lines. *Minimizes line space required; 2.5” minimum center distance for auger spindles.
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