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Chronos Richardson: Compact bag palletizer

Chronos Richardson's (Fairfield, NJ) Chrono-Pal(TM) PL 900C is a new compact bag palletizer. Reaches speeds to 1ꯠ bags/hr, depending on weight or size.
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Automated Packaging Systems: High-speed counter

The Accu-Count® Advantage from Automated Packaging Systems (Streetsboro, OH) now features an interrupting accumulator for prevention of overcounts and an accuracy rate of 99.9%, says the company.
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Hytrol Conveyor Company, Inc : Accumulation conveyor

Hytrol Conveyor's (Jonesboro, AR) EZ Logic(TM) accumulation system combines photo-electronic and microprocessor technology to achieve a cost-effective conveyor system.
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Automatic case packer

The Model 491 top-load, automatic case packer from Focke (Greensboro, NC) is designed to pick and place cartons, bags and bottles at speeds to 15 cases/min.
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Corner labeler

The ApplyPro Corner Wrap(TM) is designed to print and apply a bar-code label on two adjacent sides of a case or carton using a unique vacuum system. This tamp/wipe system comes equipped with a Zebra printer.
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Ball Corp.: Fill/plug/cap system

Model RFPC Dual-Index rotary monoblock machine is a fill/plug/cap system from Cozzoli (Plainfield, NJ). Suitable for nail polish, it's designed with an overhead ball dropper station that inserts two balls into each container.
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Graphic Packaging Intl.: Continuous-motion cartoner

Minnesota Automation's (Crosby, MN) new continuous-motion cartoner can run cartons from 11/2" x 3/4" x 4" to 7" x 3" x 7" at speeds to 250/min.
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Dalemark Industries Inc: Thermal-transfer printer

Dalemark Industries (Lakewood, NJ) has developed the XXTREME thermal-transfer printer for blister cards and strip and fanfold labels. Suitable for most materials, in widths from 1.2" to 6.1".
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Chase-Logeman Corporation: Checkweigh/fill/cap system

The Chase-Logeman (Greensboro, NC) Model FCC3-12H filling and capping system is now equipped with a checkweighing system. Designed for use in pharmaceutical, biological and diagnostic applications, this system reaches speeds to 35 vials/min, or 60/min without checkweighing.
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Vertical f/f/s system

The Vertek from WeighPack Systems/Paxiom (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) is a vertical form/fill/seal system designed to package products weighing up to 25 lb into bags at speeds up to 60/min, depending on product.
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Horizontal form/fill/seal system

Cavanna USA (Sparta, NJ) has introduced Logica Polar®, a PC-controlled, continuous-motion pillow pack machine that allows 100% washdown while running.
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U.S. Bottlers Machinery Company: Small frame capper

U.S. Bottlers Machinery (Charlotte, NC) has introduced a 14"-pitch-dia rotary capper. Designed for smaller containers such as those used in pharmaceutical, food and chemical applications, it can reach speeds to 250 bottles/min.
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P.P. Payne, Inc: Teartape for candy

P.P. Payne (Ashland, VA) has introduced a new application for its Supastrip® teartape. The teartape can now be integrated into flow packs within the confectionery industry.
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Imaging Technology Inc: Vision newsletter

"The Images Report" is a redesigned newsletter from Imaging Technology (Bedford, MA) focusing on helping manufacturers implement machine vision and automated imaging.
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Huhtamaki: Stretch sleeve labeler

Designed for the dairy industry, the SR-05 PE stretch sleeve labeler from Huhtamaki (DeSoto, KS) applies sleeve labels to containers at speeds to 90/min.

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