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Filamatic, a division of National Instrument LLC: Filling/capping line

A low-inertia collet chuck applies screw or snap caps to irregularly shaped containers on the new filler/capper line from National Instrument (Baltimore, MD).
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Filling 3 to 2200 mL of water-thin semi-viscous or viscous liquids at speeds to 25 cpm the machine memorizes fill volumes cap torque diagnostic information and run time. No tools are required for changeover of cap sizes.

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