A-B-C Packaging published a brochure for its Model 330 case erector, a compact machine available in tape or adhesive sealing models. Case erector is equipped with floating case feed grippers that operate independently to lift cases from the magazine, ensuring consistent feed from uneven case stacks.
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Omega Design offers its new In-Line Shrinkbundler that operates at speeds in excess of 350 containers/min, depending on package configurations. Machine design enables it to be easily integrated into most line layout configurations.
Constructed of heavy stainless steel, A-B-C’s (Tarpon Springs, FL) Model 330-SS case erector withstands washdown and resists rust and corrosion. Floating case feed grippers operate independently to ensure reliable feed even when running wrapped or band-marked cases.
The newly designed OK Superformer Case Erector from O/K Intl. meets tough flexibility requirements in the U.S. Erects as many as 16 cases/min and features automatic box squaring, low taper or box alarm, simple adjustment, and stainless-steel construction.
The month of June has had an unusual quality to it this year. On one hand, we’ve seen the explosion of sales of former President Clinton’s new book, My Life, despite the fact that most reviewers have been rather critical of it.
Now available from Combi Packaging Systems is the CE-10 case erector/bottom sealer, featuring a powered case magazine (capacity of 150-200 cases), safety-interlocked guarding, and 2-minute tool-less changeover.
At the May e/5 UV&EB Technology Expo and Conference, P&G, Mars/Masterfoods, and Bacardi were among several consumer packaged goods companies embracing glossy packages with coatings cured via ultraviolet or electron-beam technology.
ATD Inkjet Systems has launched a new ink-jet printing system capable of producing images approximately 4”H. The IP 7000™ series features Trident 768Jet™ print heads, said to produce the tallest image available from a single print pass in the direct-to-carton ink-jet market.