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Conveying, Accumulation & Feeding

Poore: Snack line conveying to f/f/s
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Poore: Snack line conveying to f/f/s

At Poore Brothers, three FastBack conveyors from Heat and Control carry snacks from three fryers to downstream vertical form/fill/seal machines.
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Graphic Packaging Intl.: Graphic Packaging Intl.: Collation system

Graphic Packaging introduces an addition to its Minnesota Automation product line: a new system for collation of nested containers and lids that is designed to handle all popular sizes of nested containers and lids.
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Dillin Engineered Systems: Accumulator

The FIFO first-in-first-out accumulator from Dillin Engineered Systems provides a solution to the challenge of high-speed accumulation, conveyance and line balancing for a range of container and product sizes.
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Industrial Consortium: Cooler infeed

The ICwedge from Industrial Consortium cooler infeed system is a continuous-motion, low-backpressure, single-file to mass-flow transfer system. The rotating motion of its multiple wedges form and transfer rows of containers into a mass-flow cooler.
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Label-Aire: Inline labeler

Label-Aire introduces the Inline Series 6000 labeling system that can be outfitted with a range of New Generation 3100 Series applicators (wipe-on, air-blow, or tamp-blow).
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Survey: Conveyor systems

Answer a quick one-page survey on conveyor systems. You could receive a $100 Amazon.com gift certificate . . .
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Survey: Conveyor systems, part II

Answer a quick one-page survey on conveyor systems. You could receive a $150 Amazon.com gift certificate . . .
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Wireless ink-jet coding

A switch from hand-applied, preprinted labels on corrugated shippers to large-character ink-jet printing is reducing labor costs and improving security measures at the Great Northern Wholeaves operation of produce grower/marketer Mills Inc.
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Schneider Packaging Equip. Co.: Customized conveying

Schneider Packaging Equipment Co. offers a variety of conveying systems tailored to product handling and floor plan requirements, including mergers, diverters, and dividers.
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Dorner Mfg. Corp.: Sanitary conveyor platform

Dorner offers the AquaPruf line, its newest platform of sanitary, washdown conveyors. Line consists of the 7200 Series and 7300 Series engineered for specific strengths within the food, medical, and pharmaceutical industries.
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Small package checkweighers

Thompson Scale introduces two types of small-package checkweighers; drag chain for rigid containers, and belt conveyor for flexible and unstable products.
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Intermediate checkweigher

Thompson Scale offers its 4693i Intermediate Checkweigher designed for institutional and packaged food manufacturing, specialty chemical, and corrosive or caustic product industries.
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Heavy-duty checkweigher

Thompson Scale offers its Model 4693 Heavy-Duty Checkweigher with weight ranges from 10-300lb. Machine is designed for harsh, abusive, dirty environments such as those found in the cement, concrete, soil, bark, and carbon black products industries.
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Cooler infeed

The ICwedge cooler infeed system is a continuous-motion, low backpressure, single-file to mass-flow transfer system that utilizes the rotating motion of multiple wedges to form and transfer rows of containers into a mass-flow cooler.
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Tropicana's juiced about aseptic bottle filling line (sidebar)

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