A four-page brochure from Hueft (Downers Grove, IL) features the Basic series of inspection systems. The four standard devices are described, each followed by its benefits, options and installation process.
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The CP-322WA is the first automated, water-activated carton sealer developed by a tape manufacturer, says Central Products (Neenah, WI). The water-activated seal keeps static electricity low, making it suitable for computer or electronic items.
Designed for low-volume applications, Filler Specialties (Zeeland, MI) has developed a miniature version of its high-speed cap feeder/orienter. It's capable of sorting and feeding sports caps and flat-top caps at speeds to 200 containers/min.
Willett America's (Ft. Worth, TX) latest addition to the 400 Series of ink-jet coders is the 450Si. Designed for basic coding applications, this small-character continuous ink-jet printer runs at speeds up to 950'/min using a 7x5 font.
The Labeling Systems (Oakland, NJ) Model 2177 print/apply labeler is designed for thermal-transfer or direct thermal printing. It uses a SATO Model M-8485S printer, which allows labels with dimensions up to 51/4" W.
Model 360 case packer/unpacker from A-B-C Packaging Machine (Tarpon Springs, FL) provides an easy upgrade for packagers who are using hand labor to uncase and pack bottles on their low-speed bottling lines.
Horix (McKees Rock, PA) now offers a rotary labeler, cold or hot glue style, that places labels at speeds to 40ꯠ containers/hr. It can be tailored to accommodate body, back, neck, wraparound, shoulder and TE-style labels.