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Oystar Jones: Oystar Jones: Integrated packaging system

A new integrated packaging system from IWKA PacSystems (Fairfield, NJ) for cosmetic and personal-care applications combines multiple product components in a single SKU by combining tube filling and cartoning in a small footprint.
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Belcor Industries Inc: Product conveyor

New PD50 Bi-directional product conveyor from Belcor Industries (Richmond, British Columbia, Canada) aids in more efficient and ergonomic product packaging.
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Web Plus: Online auction gathers equipment buyers

More than 70 online bidders spent last Halloween bidding for “treats” that included used and new automated bagging equipment, printers, and conveyors.
Machine Product Brief
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JMD Manufacturing, Inc: Convertible color coder

The 2-in-1 twin convertible Slimline coder from JMD Manufacturing (Framingham, MA) features two units on a single mounting shaft running next to each other.
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Hytrol Conveyor Company, Inc : Padded chain conveyor

Hytrol’s (Jonesboro, AR) 190-CPEZ conveyor is driven by a chain fitted with polymer pads for quiet operation. The zero-pressure conveyor features an accumulation system that monitors products in 2’ zones, allowing pieces to accumulate by coasting together as the chain lowers away from the 1.9” rollers.
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TKF Conveyors: Vertical conveyor

The continuous-motion conveyor from TKF (Cincinnati, OH) accepts products horizontally, conveys them up to 80’ vertically, then discharges them horizontally.
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Eagle Pack Corporation: Rotary pack-off station

The new rotary conveyor from EaglePack (Oakland, CA) includes a turntable driven by a single 1/3-hp gearmotor. The sanitary 48”x36” surface is made of injection-molded plastic.
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Heuft USA Inc: Leak detection aid

To improve the detection of micro-leakers during carbonated beverage production, Heuft USA (Downers Grove, IL) offers its ultrasonic package stimulation device called the Heuft Exciter.
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Weigh Right Automatic Scale: Weigher filler

The PMB net weigh filler from Weigh Right (Joliet, IL) is ideal for quickly weighing and filling free flowing products such as powders, salts, spices, pellets, and other similar products into rigid containers.
Pack Expo 2004: Accutower dynamic buffer system
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Pack Expo 2004: Accutower dynamic buffer system

PACK EXPO WEB EXCLUSIVE: Krones is introducing the Accutower dynamic buffering system at Pack Expo 2004 in its booth, S-2466. In the Accutower, containers move on a conveyor that is arranged in the shape of a vertical spiral, requiring significantly less space than traditional buffer systems. Accutower is easily configured into existing lines. Other advantages include: *Processing of unusually-shaped containers; container orientation remains the same. *Bottle never leaves transport chain. *Chain is run on only two drive motors, resulting in less maintenance and less energy consumption.
Label-Aire: High-speed, wipe-on, pressure-sensitive labeler
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Label-Aire: High-speed, wipe-on, pressure-sensitive labeler

The NEW Label-Aire Model 3125 (shown in the video with existing conveyor, feedscrew and wrap belt) represents the ultimate in high-speed wipe-on pressure-sensitive labeling technology.
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Pack Expo 2004: Infinity Series 3-D accumulator
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Pack Expo 2004: Infinity Series 3-D accumulator

PACK EXPO WEB EXCLUSIVE: Garvey introduces its Infinity Series 3-D accumulator at Pack Expo 2004 in its booth located at N-3813. Wrapping and bagging machines can deliver their output to a single Infinity 3-D, and the system will automatically discharge the packages of product (flow-wrapped packages, bags, trays, and cartons) – oriented – to one or more downstream machines. The system also provides accumulation between the upstream and downstream machines, dramatically increasing the overall throughput of the line. No complex mechanisms or controls are required. Packages are accumulated, oriented, and discharged via the natural flow dynamics of the machine.
Econocorp: Moderate-speed cartoning
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Econocorp: Moderate-speed cartoning

Moderate speed, intermittent-motion cartoner For moderate-speed cartoning applications (up to 2군 cartons/hr), the heavy-duty, mechanically driven Spartan runs paperboard or corrugated blends.
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Pack Expo 2004: Gripveyor conveyor system
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Pack Expo 2004: Gripveyor conveyor system

PACK EXPO WEB EXCLUSIVE: Hartness offers its Gripveyor conveyor system at Pack Expo 2004 in its booth, N-3817. Conveyor system easily handles unstable, difficult-shaped bottles. Grippers grab bottles of product at their base, reducing jamming associated with air conveyors. Transport device allows for high-speed conveying of any shape plastic bottle. Conveyor system can be paired with the company’s Dynac accumulation system for seamless transport of product throughout a packaging line.
Morningstar Foods: Filling/lidding on ESL dairy line
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Morningstar Foods: Filling/lidding on ESL dairy line

On this extended shelf life bottling line for dairy products, three sequential stations flood interior and exterior of empty bottles with hydrogen peroxide.

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