J.L. Clark (Rockford, IL) has introduced four new decorative metal tins designed for high-impact point-of-sale presence. The two-piece Heart Tin has improvements over other heart-shaped tins, says the company.
Designed to expedite bottle size changeovers, the new ChaseLock(TM) quick-change, no-tool changeover feature has been developed by Chase-Logeman (Greensboro, NC) for its FPCC-12H automatic filling, plugging and capping machine.
Zed Industries (Vandalia, OH) has developed the Model 15-RS-E six-station rotary blister sealer with a new package eject system. This employs a robotic arm to move blisters from the sealing area to an exit chute, eliminating the need for an operator.
Horix (Pittsburgh, PA) has developed seven upgrades for its complete line of filling equipment that increase production, efficiency and operator safety while reducing operating costs, downtime and maintenance.