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James Alexander Corp.: Plastic ampule

James Alexander Corp. (Blairstown, NJ) has introduced plastiquéAmp, a new concept in ampule packaging molded entirely of PP. Precise, premeasured amounts of liquids, powders or pastes can be filled in the plastic ampule, which is then hermetically sealed.
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Sure Torque Inc: Cap tightener

Sure Torque (Bradenton, FL) has introduced new literature on its newest automatic on-line cap tightener, model STSHCT, with optional table-top conveyor and no manual hand tight-ening.
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Avery Dennison Retail Information Systems (Printer Div.): Security labeling

Avery Dennison's (Philadelphia, PA) new EAS-720 prints and applies labels with electronic article surveillance circuitry to various packages and cartons.
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JanTec Inc: Conveyor belt

A 180° power belt with 0" inside radius is now available from Jan Tec (Traverse City, MI). Addition of a quick release feature to this product reduces changeover time and eases inspection and cleaning.
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Lasertechnics, Inc: Laser coder

The Blazer FlexScan laser coder from Lasertechnics (Albuquerque, NM) can code PET, inked paper, glass, plastic, coated metal and film. The system can be interfaced with an existing computer for downloading required codes.
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Inline Filling Systems Inc: Capping machine

Inline Filling's (Venice, FL) Computorque Capping Machine uses two counter-rotating tightening belts on either side of the cap to reduce downtime and replacement costs.
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Manta Ray, Inc: Case taper

The Table Top Taper Two from Manta Ray (Menomonee Falls, WI) tapes both the top and bottom of a carton in a single pass, doubling the number of cartons that can be sealed in any given length of time.
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Cozzoli Machine Co.: Filling/stoppering monoblock

Cozzoli's (Plainfield, NJ) CR400 continuous-motion liquid filling and stoppering machine offers speeds up to 24ꯠ containers per hour at accuracies of ±0.5% or better.
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Newman Labeling Systems: Pharmaceutical labelers

Pharmaceutical labeling systems from Newman Machinery (Belle Mead, NJ) provide manufacturers and CPs with installation and operational qualification documentation to permit GMP production to begin in days.
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Krones, Inc: Reheat blow molder

Designed as a stand-alone machine or for use in concert with bottle filling, the new Contiform blow molder from Krones (Franklin, WI) is a two-stage system for PET bottles.
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Nordson Corporation: Adhesive applicators

The compact Series E-350 electric adhesive guns from Nordson (Duluth, GA) close 1" centerlines to handle the hot melt pattern requirements of case sealing and cartoning.
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Emplex Systems Inc: Rotary band sealers

New MPS 6100 and 6500 Series of continuous rotary band sealers accommodate virtually any flexible sealing application, according to manufacturer Emplex Systems (Scarborough, Ontario, Canada).
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Compacker: Case packer

The End-packer II-3 from Compacker (Davenport, IA) provides automatic case erecting, product accumulation, loading and choice of hot melt or p-s tape sealing.
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Key Automation: Pouch cartoner

Key Automation's (Eagan, MN) Model CCL pouch collation and display cartoning system operates at a rate faster than 1ꯠ ppm with 8 to 35 pouches per lane.
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The Power Group: The Power Group: Liquid filler

The new Sanko FR-1 multi-lane liquid filler operates at speeds to 2꼀 units/min. It is available from T.H.E.M. of New Jersey (Mt. Laurel, NJ) and The Power Group (St.

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