Machinery

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Shrink wrappers

The Babypack and Dibipack 4255 portable one-step seal/shrink wrap machines from Dibipack (Passaic, NJ) eliminate the need for a separate L-sealer and tunnel.
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Automatic auger filler

AMS Filling Systems (Malvern, PA) has introduced the A-400 single head automatic auger filler, which can fill most rigid containers at speeds to 60/ min.
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Compact case packer

Machine Development's (San Leandro, CA) compact case packer erects and loads in the same position, saving floor space. The design includes a high-speed product stacker and stack control device to prevent tipping when unstable stacks are loaded.
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Thermal transfer printers

New high-speed industrial bar code label printers from Analog Technology (Duarte, CA) have paper jam/paper out recovery that eliminate the need to edit and resend data when a jam occurs.
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Bottled water machinery

Bottled water packaging machinery is now available through Horix (McKees Rocks, PA) and Officine AVE (Merne, Italy). Rinsers are fully automatic with 10 to 120 heads for speeds to 1귔 bottles/ min.
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Induction sealing technical paper

Lepel (Edgewood, NY) offers "Understanding the Fundamentals of Induction Sealing." This free technical paper provides an in-depth look at the induction sealing process.
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Bar coding

Datamax (Eden Prairie, MN) has published a new pamphlet providing guidelines for choosing a labeling system. It addresses several key issues including defining your application, print technologies, label and ribbon requirements, connectivity and printer specifications, as well as verification needs.
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Puck tote system

A new puck tote system from Modular king Packaging (Pine Brook, NJ) can fill odd-shaped packages at high speeds and assure container stability. Flat-bottomed, reusable plastic pucks convey nonstandard containers through all filling, labeling, capping and coding stations before unseating.
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Metal detectors

Zero Metal-Free Zone metal detectors from Safeline (Tampa, FL) are available in nine different models with various aperture sizes and both ferrous and nonferrous metal sensitivity levels.
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P-s label printer/applicator

The Model AP76 p-s label printer/applicator from Weber Marking Systems (Arlington Heights, IL) integrates a high-density thermal/thermal-transfer printer with an automatic label applicator that simultaneously prints and applies labels along a conveyor line.
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Motorized rollers

The Power Moller is an internally powered, motorized roller used in conveyor systems and material handling equipment. Somfy Systems (Cranbury, NJ) now offers an eight-page bro-chure on its Power Moller line.
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Horizontal flow wrapper

Klockner Ho/oonsel Tevopharm's (Sarasota, FL) new high-speed horizontal flow wrapper was designed specifically for hard-boiled candy, medicinal loz-enges, chewing gum and other solid, regularly shaped products.
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Flow wrapper

The new Pack 30-CA high-speed flow wrapper from Klockner Ho/oonsel Tevopharm (Booth 2326-2440) individually flow wraps hard boiled candy, lozenges, chewing gum and other solid, regularly shaped products.
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Monoblock machine

The K1W monoblock fill/plug/cap machine from Korab Eng. (Los Angeles, CA) is designed with modular components that can be easily removed for cleaning or changeover.
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Multi-lane weighers

WeighPack Systems (Booth 2185) will introduce a new line of weighing machines equipped with single- to triple-lane flow. These machines can be used for weigh-filling of bags, boxes, jars, cartons or trays.

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