Machinery

Machine Product Brief
|

PDC - Europe: Shrink and stretch labelers

The HC-Series II shrink and stretch labelers from PDC-Europe (Austin, TX) use 1 ½-mil shrink film and 1.4-mil stretch film to wrap 6 ¾-oz to 48-oz bottles at speeds to 1ꯠ containers/min.
E-BOOK SPECIAL REPORT
44 Best Package Designs: 2015
Sign up to receive timely updates from our editors and download this e-book of our editors’ selections for most innovative package designs of the past year.
Machine Product Brief
|

Sealstrip: Resealable-strip applicator

Sealstrip (Boyertown, PA) now offers the Sealstrip Converter to interface with f/f/s equipment, producing tamper-evident, pressure-sensitive resealing strips on flexible packages.
Machine Product Brief
|

Combi Packaging Systems LLC: Case erector

SCE high-speed case erector from Combi Packaging Systems (Canton, OH) features a programmable servo drive system that is said to assure quick changeover.
Machine Product Brief
|

Osgood Industries, Inc: Filler for HMR products

The HMR filler from Osgood (Oldsmar, FL) fills virtually any kind of food, liquids or solids, into preformed clamshells, trays, tubs and other packages.
Machine Product Brief
|

Uhlmann Packaging Systems: Monobloc system

A combination of a thermoformer, a cartoner and a banding machine, Uhlmann’s (Towaco, NJ) monobloc Blister Express Center is geared toward small production runs in the pharmaceutical industry.
Machine Product Brief
|

New England Machinery, Inc: Scoop feeder

The NESFD machine from New England Machinery (Bradenton, FL) drops and pushes scoops into containers of powdered products without raising product dust that could interfere with tight sealing.
Machine Product Brief
|

Delta Systems: Flow wrapper

The horizontal flow wrapper from Delta (Rogers, AR) offers the company’s SoftFlow software technology, which provides a PC-controlled “1 box” solution to motion control instead of a traditional 3-box control system.
Machine Product Brief
|

Flow wrapper guide

GEI Autowrappers (Norwich, England) has released data sheets describing its refurbished Autowrappers machines and systems. New features such as the “Soft-Jaws” feature are described on the double-sided sheet.
Machine Product Brief
|

Compact casepacker

With a footprint of 6’x9’, the Bergami C97 automatic case packer from ESS (Bangor, PA) uses mechanical drives on the tops and bottoms of cases to move them along.
Machine Product Brief
|

Oystar Jones: Semi-automatic cartoner

The CMV II semi-automatic vertical cartoner from R. A. Jones (Cincinnati, OH) features ergonomic guarding—a one-piece, lift-up, clamshell cover that provides open access to machine components to speed changeover.
Machine Product Brief
|

PDC International Corp.: Shrink sleeve multipacker

The in-line R-300 multipacker from PDC (South Norwalk, CT) can join 2 small products in 1 PVC or PETG shrink sleeve at speeds to 150 pairs/min. The machine features Allen-Bradley drives, touchscreen operator interface and sensors to monitor all functions.
A customized pick-and-place arm places markers into blister cavities on the rotary table of an eight-station heat-sealing machin
Machine Case Study
|

Sanford sold on 'cell' concept

In-line marker assembly and packaging, featuring an eight-station automatic heat-sealing unit, helps manufacturer increase production, save labor costs and meet just-in-time needs.
Machine Product Brief
|

Fogg Filler Co.: Rotary gravity filler

Fogg Filler’s (Holland, MI) Model FAA-5418 filler features a nitrogen dosing system that creates internal pressure to make PET bottles filled with still beverages more rigid and thus easier to handle.
Machine Product Brief
|

Garvens USA: Garvens USA: Dynamic checkweigher

The S-Series dynamic checkweighers from Garvens (Pine Brook, NJ) can weigh and sort up to 400 packages/min for products that weigh up to 13 ¼ lbs.
Machine Case Study
|

Sanford sold on 'cell' concept (sidebar)

Initiating the ‘cell’ concept

Pages

Newsletters

Don't miss intelligence crucial to your job and business!
Click on any newsletter to view a sample. Enter your email address below to sign up!
GENERAL INTEREST
PACKAGE DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT
PACKAGING MACHINERY
SPECIAL INTEREST
PACK EXPO
Each newsletter ranges in frequency from once per month to a few times per month at most.