Metsys Engineering (Eden Prairie, MN) now offers a training program specifically for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs). The "Train-The-Service-Technician" program provides service technicians with the skills needed to prepare and present technical machine information to their audience.
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Soco System (Waukesha, WI) presents a new generation of high-performance IPC robotic palletizers, equipped with modern IPC control. Four-color touchscreen permits easy operation and simple in-plant programming.
Associated Bag's (Milwaukee, WI) 1999 General Catalog, Volume 1, provides 132 color pages describing the company's products. Included are 400 new items, which are highlighted in the front of the catalog.
Innovative Packaging Machinery's (Westminster, MD) new Model ILSD-150 in-line servo drive bottle filling system runs at speeds to 300/min and provides a filling range from 1 to 1겨 mL (0.0338 oz to 40.58 oz) with accuracy to ±1/4%.
The Diamant packaging system from Windmoeller and Hoelscher (Lincoln, RI) has been totally reconstructed. Designed for efficient bagging of free-flowing bulk products such as plastic resins, fertilizer and salt.
Upper Limits' (Livermore, CA) WicketWonder M2000 bags free-flowing product at speeds to 30/min. After filling bags, which can be as large as 24"Wx32"L, the automatic machine uses a rotary band to seal them.
The modified Chronos PBS 1200 powder filler from Chronos Richardson (Fairfield, NJ) provides high output, accuracy, hygiene and safety. Is designed to fill milk powder, milk substitutes, minerals and emulsifiers.
Kisters (Erlanger, KY) will present its layer pattern packing system called PackRouter. Capable of arranging multipacks in layers, the system is said to eliminate the need for additional transit packing.