Thermo Ramsey (Minneapolis, MN) has released the AC9000 Rx pharmaceutical checkweigher designed to meet FDA standards. System can weigh down to a 2-g package, with accuracies of ± 50 mg, at speeds to 300 packages/min.
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Schneider Packaging Equipment (Brewerton, NY) offers the MP-20 multipacker/bundler for single aseptic cartons. Single aseptic cartons are transferred onto the multipacker feed conveyor and divided into balanced lanes.
Klöckner (Clearwater, FL) offers a vertical pouch packager equipped with a tablet feeder. Machine is capable of packaging tablets in a foil pouch as well as liquids, creams, powders, granules, tissues, and other healthcare products.
Shuttleworth (Huntington, IN) has created a full-color brochure describing its Slip-Torque conveyors for packaging operations. Available in either print or electronic PDF format, brochure illustrates how the company’s conveyors can accommodate diverse packaging applications.
The Autoprod (Clearwater, FL) Fast-Pack line of filling and closing systems for preformed containers accommodates products including beverage, dairy, pharmaceutical, personal care, and household items.
The second, downstream system from Cognex checks the cartoned pizza's two end flaps for seal integrity, as seen in this overhead view. This setup features below-conveyor backlighting. Monitor shows each pizza carton image as it is analyzed by measuring it across three segments to within 1/8"" accuracy.
Robopac (Duluth, GA), an Aetna Group company, released the Robot 2002 stretch wrapper equipped with a revamped electronic controller. An ergonomic design enhances safety while making it easier to maneuver and maintain.
Printed rollstock unwinds from the back of one of Golden Flake's new vf/f/s machines from Heat and Control. After a knife cuts between the seal area, the filled bag discharges at the bottom of the machine.
Shure-Glue’s (Cincinnati, OH) NC-40 hot-melt applicator is built for medium-speed, high-volume case sealing. Solid-state controls, precise RTD temperature sensors, and accurate temperature control are included.