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ACMA 32-head rotary liquid filler

Tool-less changeovers, modular design, easy to access and ultraclean -- ACMA's new WM filling machine is the culmination of 25 years' experience in electronic net weight filling systems.
FILED IN:  Machinery  > Filling/sealing  > Capping
The ELAU-equipped WM filling machine can handle the most complex container shapes with extreme care and simplicity. Its external filling valves and pressurization/depressurization system guided by ACMA's patented VLS virtual level control system let it handle all liquids, from high viscosity to high density, efficiently and precisely.

The automated WM filler is said to reduce changeover times by 30-40% with no tools required, with filling efficiency of over 99%. Modularity, with a common base for most machines, means fast lead times as well maximum flexibility over the life of the machine.

The WM filler is designed for maximum hygiene, easy sanitization, minimum servicing and ergonomic access to components. Well-suited to perishable products like dairy and juice, it is equally at home packaging personal care and home care products.

The 32-head rotary filler is part of a new line that also includes a new capper and monobloc combination.

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