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Pack Expo 2004: Infinity Series 3-D accumulator
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Pack Expo 2004: Infinity Series 3-D accumulator

PACK EXPO WEB EXCLUSIVE: Garvey introduces its Infinity Series 3-D accumulator at Pack Expo 2004 in its booth located at N-3813. Wrapping and bagging machines can deliver their output to a single Infinity 3-D, and the system will automatically discharge the packages of product (flow-wrapped packages, bags, trays, and cartons) – oriented – to one or more downstream machines. The system also provides accumulation between the upstream and downstream machines, dramatically increasing the overall throughput of the line. No complex mechanisms or controls are required. Packages are accumulated, oriented, and discharged via the natural flow dynamics of the machine.
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Krones, Inc.: Krones Compact Line Concept
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Krones, Inc.: Krones Compact Line Concept

The new Krones Compact Line was in operation at the Krones AG In-house Exhibition held November 10-12, 2003 in Neutraubling, Germany.
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Triangle Package Machinery: Bag-in-box cartoner
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Triangle Package Machinery: Bag-in-box cartoner

ProLine FC bag-in-box cartoner employs a new method for inserting bags into cartons in single, twin, and triple pack patterns. The intermittent-motion cartoner absorbs the output of one single-tube continuous motion bagger and has speeds in excess of 100 cartons/min.
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Anderson Erickson Dairy of Des Moines: Filling/capping
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Anderson Erickson Dairy of Des Moines: Filling/capping

On this single-serve plastic bottle line for milk and juices, the 28-head rotary filler from Federal Mfg., which features a computerized clean-in-place system, is followed by a 12-head rotary capper from Portola Packaging.
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DVT Corporation: Equipment: Web-enhanced machine vision sensor

DVT Corp. (Norcross, GA) has added Internet-capable diagnostics/application sharing capability, DOC®, to its line of Ethernet-ready SmartImage Sensor machine vision systems.
Pack Expo 2004: Compak II bagger
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Pack Expo 2004: Compak II bagger

PACK EXPO WEB EXCLUSIVE: Kliklok-Woodman is introducing its Compak II bagmaker at Pack Expo 2004 in its booth, S-1601. Machine can produce a maximum bag width of 250mm at speeds of 35 bags/min. Machine has been updated with advanced electronics and servo motors for added reliability and lowered maintenance. The Insight® color touch screen is a graphics-based operator interface that uses pictures and icons to make the system simple to operate, providing higher productivity. The Compak II is equipped with a single pneumatic control point and simplified wiring, allowing for faster trouble shooting and reduced spare parts needs.
Krones, Inc.: Blow-fill bloc for non-carbonated water in PET
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Krones, Inc.: Blow-fill bloc for non-carbonated water in PET

Krones offers a Blow-Fill BLOC for filling PET bottles with non-carbonated water. PET bottles are produced in the Contiform S20 stretch blow molding machine and immediately filled by the VO-DM-PET filler and then capped, without a rinser or air conveyors.
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Econocorp: Moderate-speed cartoning
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Econocorp: Moderate-speed cartoning

Moderate speed, intermittent-motion cartoner For moderate-speed cartoning applications (up to 2군 cartons/hr), the heavy-duty, mechanically driven Spartan runs paperboard or corrugated blends.
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Anderson Erickson Dairy of Des Moines: Labeling room
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Anderson Erickson Dairy of Des Moines: Labeling room

On this single-serve plastic bottle line for milk and juices, PET bottles are uprighted by a Pace Packaging unscrambler and sent through a roll-fed labeler from Trine Labeling Systems. Labeled bottles are then elevated up and conveyed out of the labeling room.
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A-B-C Packaging Machine Corp.: Equipment: Case sealer

A-B-C Packaging’s (Tarpon Springs, FL) new Model 336 hot-melt adhesive case sealer has an easy-install construction that allows the sealer to be coupled with a drop packer without adding a conveyor.
Pack Expo 2004: Gripveyor conveyor system
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Pack Expo 2004: Gripveyor conveyor system

PACK EXPO WEB EXCLUSIVE: Hartness offers its Gripveyor conveyor system at Pack Expo 2004 in its booth, N-3817. Conveyor system easily handles unstable, difficult-shaped bottles. Grippers grab bottles of product at their base, reducing jamming associated with air conveyors. Transport device allows for high-speed conveying of any shape plastic bottle. Conveyor system can be paired with the company’s Dynac accumulation system for seamless transport of product throughout a packaging line.
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Labeling switch nets savings

Minute Maid is in the process of switching from in-mold labels to heat-transfer decoration on all 1-gal high-density polyethylene bottles for its popular Hi-C beverages. According to Ernest Dunlap, manager of packaging at the Houston-based beverage firm, the change aims to reduce unsaleables at retail.
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Can labeling improves logistics

In Vejle, Denmark, where a company called Tulip operates Northern Europe’s largest meat packing plant, preprinted round cans are giving way to round cans that are decorated in-line via roll-fed labelers.
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Schroeder Machines: Servo-controlled case packer

Schroeder’s (East Syracuse, NY) Series 3100 automatic case packer has servo-index control. Performs case erection, product accumulation, loading and sealing of RSC, corrugated cases at 30 cases/min.
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Multifeeder Technologies: Friction feeder

Flat products between 0.002” and 0.315” thick can be fed by Multifeeder’s (St. Paul, MN) MFT 250 friction feeder. An extended discharge allows the machine to be placed farther from the production line.

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