Industrial Dynamics (Torrance, CA) will debut its FT-50 X-Ray inspection system at Pack Expo. Designed as an alternative to the company's gamma-based system, this X-ray fill level inspector can inspect the liquid levels in metal, glass, or plastic containers at speeds to 1겨 bottles/min or 2겨 cans/min.
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The new APSS 2200 Series intermittent-motion side-seal form/fill/seal shrink wrapper from Automation Packaging (Tampa, FL) uses durable hot wheel technology, eliminating the need for hot wire mechanisms.
The 7000 Combo Unit from Loma (Elk Grove Village, IL) combines checkweighing and metal detection into one unit. The manufacturer says it reduces space requirements by up to 40% compared to stand-alone units.
The LPZ line of adjustable angle conveyors from Dorner Manufacturing (Hartland, WI) have an adjustable frame that can be set up in a variety of configurations to fit manufacturing, assembly or warehouse needs.
The SVK 3600 L from Robert Bosch (S. Plainfield, NJ) is a form/fill/seal machine designed for powdered, free-flowing and particulate products. It produces large stand-up and gusseted bags, measuring from 80 mm x 100 mm (3" x 4") to 380 mm x 530 mm (15" x 21") at a rate of 120 bags/min.
The XiII(TM) Series of enhanced Performance-Line(TM) bar code label printers from Zebra Technologies (Vernon Hills, IL) are designed for high performance, industrial and commercial thermal-transfer printing requiring 24-hr operation.
A new line of automatic bar code verification systems from Thiele-Frontier Products (Minneapolis, MN) is designed to help customers meet FDA regulations governing on-line inspection of package components and label information.
Arpac's (Schiller Park, IL) Model 55GI high-speed shrink bundler is designed exclusively for the printing and publishing industry. It wraps random-sized, strapped or unstrapped stacks of books or magazines at speeds to 55 bundles/min.