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Conveyor cooling system

A complete in-line conveyor cooling system from ELF Machines (LaPorte, IN) effectively lowers molten product temperature after initial fill, while smoothly conveying containers.
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Metal detectors

Safeline Metal Detect-ion (Booth 3553) will introduce a new line of metal detectors with a Performance Validation Routine to help packagers conform with vendor certification and ISO requirements.
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Wraparound case packer

The T1240 mechanical case packer from R.A. Pearson (Spokane, WA) handles wraparounds, RSCs or trays at speeds to 35/min. High-capacity magazine allows extended production runs.
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Semi-automatic labeler

A new semi-automatic tamp labeler from Quadrel Labeling Systems (Eastlake, OH) applies 40 labels/ min with ±1/32" accuracy to a wide variety of containers or irregularly shaped parts.
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Product transfer system

Rexnord's (Booth 883) DynamicTransfer System will be displayed at WestPack. This system eliminates dead plates on a conveyor by creating a cantilever-designed transfer area, allowing products to move easily with no impact on other products.
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Corner-wrap labeling

Avery Dennison, Soabar Systems Div. (Philadelphia, PA), offers a brochure describing the benefits of the Soabar® corner-wrap carton labeling system.
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Printer/applicator

The new Acclaim 400(TM) label printer/applicator from Imtec (Booth #1327) is specifically designed to provide print-and-apply labeling technology for distribution centers, particularly for cross-docking applications.
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Print-apply labeling

Designed for pharmaceutical applications, the Model 2960 print-and-apply labeling system from Labeling Systems (Mahwah, NJ) applies bar coded labels to the end of a box at speeds to 60 boxes/min.
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Bag-in-box filler/capper

The Filamatic Cubitainer(TM) filling and capping system from National Instrument (Baltimore, MD) fills and caps Hedwin's (Baltimore, MD) Cubitainer and other bag-in-box style containers at speeds to 10 containers/ min, depend-ing on size, with normal volumetric fill accuracy of ±1/2% or better.
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In-line capper

Kiss Packaging Systems (La Porte, IN) has designed an in-line capper with a "micro knob" adjustment to increase or decrease torque while the machine is running.
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Rotary filler/capper

Osgood Industries' (Booth #107) versatile Double Index Rotary Filler/Capper fills, seals and caps formed containers at speeds to 90 containers/min with a heat sealer; 120/min with preset product.
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Plastic pallet brochure

A new brochure from Pallet Pallet (Beachwood, OH) describes the company's selection of pallets, including a new open-deck pallet that weighs only 15 lb.
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Vision system

The RTV Model 205 Real Time vision system from CIS (Lakewood, NJ) is a low-cost system for monitoring a variety of production functions, including fill level, food distribution and cap and band presence.
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Small-character printers

Diagraph (Booth #1828) has introduced two new LINX Small-Character Continuous Ink-Jet Systems, the 4200 Series and the 6000 Series. They print consistent, legible marks at high speeds, and use fast-drying inks for virtually any surface.
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Mainframe p-s labeler

Quadrel's (Eastlake, OH) Baseline® heavy duty mainframe p-s labeling system with overhead swing-boom electronics can handle front/back and wrap labeling at speeds to 400 products/ min.

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