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Controls, Automation & Components

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Photoelectric sensors

By combining long-range sensing with automatic dynamic calibration and a damage-resistant mounting option, new OL photoelectric sensors from efector (Exton, PA) are said to solve many of the problems typical in conveyor applications.
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Innovative Packaging Machinery: Bottle filling system

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%.
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Handling/labeling system

The customized Label-Aire (Fullerton, CA) Model 3300 product-handling system has two 7"-wide stepper-driven 2115ST wipe-on applicators and two 20" powered unwinds for front/back labeling.
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GEI Intl. Inc: P-s labeler

The Model 160 economical labeler from GEI Intl. (Exton, PA) applies a single spot, partial- or full-wrap p-s label to round containers at rates to 120/min.
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Picker lines with scanner

The robotic pickers from Schubert (Dallas, TX) now are controlled by a scanner that provides a cost-effective solution compared to cameras, says the maker.
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Windmoeller & Hoelscher: Improved f/f/s machine

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.
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Stretch blow molder

The Blowform stretch blow molding machine for PET containers from Sasib (DePere, WI) is said to offer reduced initial costs and maintenance due to the simplicity of its in-line linear technology.
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Control components

The revised 1999 Products and Services Directory (Bulletin DPS99), available from Parker Hannifin (Cleveland, OH), lists thousands of Parker products that are organized by the various Parker units.
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Markem-Imaje: High-speed thermal coder

The Smart Date 2 by Markem (Keene, NH) enables manufacturers to slash their print ribbon costs, according to the maker. The Radial Ribbon Save function allows full use of the ribbon width in high-speed continuous applications.
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Leuze electronic, Inc: Compact code reader

The Model BCL 21/22 bar-code reader from Leuze-Lumiflex (Rockaway, NJ) is about the size of a pack of cigarettes and weighs a mere 180 g. Sensor reliably scans minimal bar widths of 0.15 mm with optimum depth of focus.
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Kisters Kayat, Inc: Layer multipacker

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.
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Rovema Packaging Machines L.P.: Electronic drive/control

Packaging machines from Rovema (Lawrenceville, GA) now incorporate electronic drive and control technology. Programmable systems are separately driven functional units that help increase performance, reduce wear and increase flexibility.
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Edge protectors

Edge protectors from T&S Equipment (Angola, IN) prevent damage caused by strap cutting and stabilize loads during shipping. The protectors are available in galvanized steel, PE or nylon.
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Bosch Packaging Technology: Form/fill/seal machine

With its SVE 2510 A model, Robert Bosch (Bridgman, MI) has engineered an easy-to-operate f/f/s machine based on servo engineering and control electronics.
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Tablet counter

For both tablets and capsules, Model CF1220 from Cremer Speciaalmachines B.V. (Lisse, Holland) is said to exceed CGMP standards. Will fill 100 tablets into a bottle at speeds to 60 bpm.

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