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Sidel Inc: Accumulating combiner

The AQ-MAX accumulating combiner from Sidel (Norcross, GA) features advanced bottle accumulation technology with a pressure-free combiner. The totally new configuration includes a frontal exit eliminating the need for a guide to divert the flow toward a lateral exit.
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Features include a plug-and-play system in conjunction with new VFDs.

The system saves valuable floor space lowers power consumption and treats the container very delicately. The AQ-MAX is available in several configurations with speeds ranging from 5 to 90 parts per hour. This FIFO system eliminates congestion upstream and downstream shortens recovery times is suitable for all containers and features a double-counting controls system with continuous control gaps between containers.

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