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Nalbach Engineering Co.: Bottle orientor for asymmetric bottles

With the servo-driven Neco-Orientor Inline “0/180” degree bottle orientor from Nalbach, bottles are accepted from a single lane source and, based upon a vision sensor’s output, allowed to pass if they are properly oriented, or spun 180 degrees if they are not properly oriented.
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The Neco-Orientor augments the company’s line of plastic bottle unscramblers to provide a complete single source solution for bottle unscrambling and orienting applications.

Available as a fully integrated option for the company’s line of plastic bottle unscramblers or as a stand-alone product to meet the needs of many existing production lines.  As an option for plastic bottle unscramblers, the Neco-Orientor and the unscrambler share a common HMI, vacuum conveyor and footprint, providing a complete and compact, fully integrated, solution for empty bottle handling.  As a stand-alone system, the Neco-Orientor includes a vacuum conveyor section, safety enclosure and controls that easily integrate into an existing production line.

 

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