Heuft's (Downers Grover, IL) fill-level detection system using vision technology is described in a new color brochure. The vision system is said to accurately inspect fill level regardless of bottle height fluctuations.
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Producing modified-atmosphere, vacuum or ambient atmosphere packaging, the Sureflow® Model SSTS tray sealer from Mahaffy & Harder (Fairfield, NJ) can be supplied with data acquisition/report generation capabilities.
A new four-color catalog sheet from Automated Production Systems (New Freedom, PA) highlights the company's APS Soft-Pak case packer, which provides gentle case packing of either glass or plastic containers.
The CW-10 checkweighing system from Alpha Checkweighers (Exton, PA) has a 12-lb capacity and a 350 weightments/min top speed, making it suitable for primary packages for foods, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and chemical products.
From Supermatic Package Machinery (Fairfield, NJ) come tray former/shrink wrappers manufactured by Baumer Srl, Modena, Italy. Designed for speeds of 20, 30 or 40 cases/min, these machines handle products from one or more production lines.
Labeling Systems' (Oakland, NJ) Model 1550 Print & Apply Vial Labeler reads vial's bar code, transmits the data to the thermal-transfer printer, then prints and applies the label via a roller applicator.
The Gamma 101P Fill Level Inspection System from PECO (Milpitas, CA) inspects all sizes and shapes of containers for almost any fill, from small vials of pharmaceuticals to filled cookies and crackers, from candies to deodorants, at speeds to 2군 cpm.
Offered as an alternative or as an upgrade to its gamma-based system, Industrial Dynamics' (Torrance, CA) FT-70 is an X-ray inspection system that checks liquid fill levels in metal, glass or plastic containers.
The Gen3 Pro/Fill 3000 from Oden Corp. (Buffalo, NY) is a fully automatic in-line liquid filling system that provides the speeds of a rotary filler, the flexibility of an in-line filling system and quick, no-tool changeovers in 15 to 20 min.
Said to be the first of its type in the industry, the PrintPro(TM) Xpression(TM) thermal-transfer printer from Comstar (Streetsboro, OH) can print directly onto stackable cardstock, such as header cards, blister cards or tickets.