The new Gebo Cermex SecurFlow removes fallen bottles on a conveyor to improve line efficiency and machine efficiency. With a speed capacity of 250 ft. per minute, the SecurFlow can pick up multiple bottles, and can either right the bottle or remove it from the line.
Watch a completely integrated line of equipment from Bradman Lake that includes a carton former, with a carton take away conveyor going into DRT top loaders (product loader), and ultimately taking that loaded carton and transferring into flat right-angle closures.
The new System Plast 1-in.-pitch 2253 roller top modular belt from Emerson Industrial Automation allows flat-bottomed packages to be moved in virtually any direction without the use of pushers or external guides.
Habasit America demonstrated a new feature on its established micropitch belt, the SaniClip. A typical belt requires a screwdriver or other dedicated tool to pull a pin. The SaniClip uses a specialized belt pin that can be hand-pulled. Color-coding identifies the features location on the belt.
See it at PACK EXPO Booth #S-2130, and Pharma Expo Booth #W-503! Suitable for tablets, capsules, and softgels, the TE 20 Tablet Elevator from NJM Packaging – which features a completely new design compared to the TE10 – automatically elevates and feeds bulk product to a tablet counter or blister packaging machine at a rate of 24,000 17mm-size tablets/min, within a compact footprint that is only 48 in (122 cm) long and 27 in (69 cm) wide.
Nercon’s patent-pending Rapid-Rail™ is engineered to simplify changeovers on the packaging line, and offers a single point, easy-to-use hand adjustment of guide rails to accommodate multiple package sizes on the same piece of equipment.
Using a box-in-box style pneumatic pusher design, Multi-Conveyor‘s Pneumatic 90° transfer moves both traditional cartons and cases, and irregularly shaped products with uneven wraps 90° at 20 cycles/min, combining three lanes of product down to a single flow.