Advanced Detection Systems (Milwaukee, WI) describes its severe-duty metal detectors in a new brochure. The detectors withstand washdowns from scalding water, caustic solutions and high-pressure steam cleaning.
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RoundPak containers from Waddington IP Jaycare (Patterson, NJ) are now available in four new sizes: 500, 625, 750 and 950 cc. Their wide-mouth design makes them suitable for tablets, capsules and powder applications.
Designed specifically for applications requiring speeds between 40 and 60 cartons/min, the Pioneer Model 75 is a continuous-motion horizontal cartoner from Superior Packaging Equipment (Carlstadt, NJ).
The VPR continuous-motion bagger from Rovema (Lawrenceville, GA) uses an innovative continuous-motion cross-sealing station to reach speeds of 160 bags/min, using a single pair of jaws for pillow- or flat-bottom bags.
Spec sheets from KSM Manufacturing (Kalamazoo, MI) describe standard elevating and orienting cap machines (Model COE 4000), spinner bowls (Model SB 3000) and cap blowers (Model CB 2000) that can be built to exact specifications.
The Ultra-Fil is a new net weigh filler from Horix (McKees Rocks, PA). Fully electronic, it integrates into most packaging line controls, employing a centralized operator panel for easy access to machine controls.
The Legacy® small center cartoner from R.A. Jones (Covington, KY) employs the Acc-U-Just(TM) system for quick changeovers in 20 minutes. An operator simply dials new settings into a digital handwheel/counter and adjusts the bucket length and carton transport.
The Model 2015 ST line of pressure-sensitive labelers from Weber Marking Systems (Arlington Heights, IL) employs a gentle, wipe-on method of application, said to be a cost-efficient alternative for production lines requiring large or narrow labels.
Pressure-gravity fillers from Fogg Filler (Holland, MI) fill both hot and cold liquids at speeds to 900 bottles/min. They're configured to reduce product spillage, while an operator-controlled dwell time minimizes product return.
Willett Labeljet's (Ft. Worth, TX) 230s label applicator allows a choice of application methods and control pads. Air-jet, tamp- or wipe-on equipment can be fitted using bolt-on modules, reducing changeover time.