Campbell Wrapper (De Pere, WI) offers the new Revolution IP inverted full-servo, horizontal fin-seal wrapper for difficult-to-handle products. Wrapper is designed to transfer products directly onto the film web that is presented to the film-forming plow from beneath the product infeed conveyor.
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Bucket conveyors and pendulum bucket conveyors from the Wiese Co. (Cross River, NY) are distinguished by the use of a rubber chain with high-tensile steel cables vulcanized into its core for delivering heavy-duty carrying and power-transmission capacity.
Model 1402CW from Labeling Systems (Oakland, NJ) is a fully engineered and integrated product handling and labeling system. Incorporates a 6” conveyor mounted to rigid steel to provide a positive drive of the product during the label application.
Label clamshell packages off-line, on-line or semi-automatically with systems from ID Technology (Fort Worth, TX). Systems use an infeed hopper to hold and dispense empty clamshells onto a conveyor for label application.
The compact FastTrack Benchmate paper machine from FP Intl. (Redwood City, CA) is available mounted on a sturdy worktable or a steel-frame stand. Machine can be used on high-speed conveyor pack lines or in off-line packaging operations to crumple and cut kraft paper at speeds to 270’/min for void fill.
The patent-pending in-line Packing Slip System from Fox IV Technologies (Export, PA) enables distribution and fulfillment centers and manufacturers doing on-demand shipping to print and adhere a discrete packing slip directly to the shipping container.
Alvey Systems (St. Louis, MO) introduced a steel frame version of its Accuzone™ case conveyor. Conveyor is developed for manufacturing and distribution environments that demand precise product handling and system flexibility with the durability of steel.
Surfing the Internet is more than a pastime for Another Day Ltd. manager David Lickhalter. It’s an efficient way to research equipment that the San Diego-based pet-supply company needs to package its liquid products.