The Alpha series of crimping and capping monoblocs is featured in a new color brochure from Capmatic (Montreal, Quebec, Canada). The 8-page brochure lists specifications for each model and features numerous large photos.
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A new data sheet from Avery Dennison Printer Systems (Philadelphia, PA) describes the line of TTX x50 printer/applicators, which feature a one-step labeling process for printing and affixing up to 60 labels/min.
The KATS(TM) 1500 MAP tray sealer from Koch Equipment Div. (Kansas City, MO) features vacuum/gas-flush controls for modified-atmosphere packaging and quick-change tooling for up to 4 trays/cycle and up to 1귔 cycles/hr when working without vacuum/gas.
Enercon Industries (Menomonee Falls, WI) has introduced its new stainless-steel-enclosed, air-cooled, induction cap sealer. The Super Seal(TM) models 75 and 100 are designed to operate without water cooling on filling/packaging lines in the pharmaceutical, nutrition supplement, and health and beauty aids industries.
The Versatron case packer from Standard-Knapp (Portland, CT) is now equipped with Soft-Catch technology, a feature that lifts the case up and then lowers it at the same speed as the dropping product, making the case bottom a more yielding surface that receives the product gently.
A-B-C's (Tarpon Springs, FL) 4-color brochure features the 72B bag palletizer and describes the advantages of this model, which allows packagers to eliminate manual palletizing at an economical price, says the company.
Synergistech's (Harrisburg, PA) line of vision inspection systems identifies, measures and verifies parts and processes on a packaging line. Among the machine's functions are evaluation of lighting and velocity, measurement of geometric properties and location of patterns.
The Model 150 print-and-apply pallet labeler from Auto Labe (Fort Pierce, FL) is portable and adjustable, and it incorporates a swing tamp for front and side pallet labeling at speeds to 10 pallets/min.
The Turbo Rotafil processing system from GEI Intl. (Exton, PA) is designed to dispense containers, fill with single or multistation depositors, seal with either plastic or foil membranes and apply either a tamp-on or screw-on lid.
The PackWorld® pick-and-place system from Motoman (West Carrollton, OH) includes a high-speed, six-axis robot, MRC controller with menu-driven application software, an integrated mechanical or vacuum gripper, powered conveyor(s) and operator interface.