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Upgraded Capper Spindle Assembly

Fogg Filler upgraded the capping spindle assembly for its 700 Series capper.

New spindle assembly shown on left, old assembly on the right.
New spindle assembly shown on left, old assembly on the right.

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Rotary filling systems manufacturer Fogg Filler's new spindle assemblies are smaller and lighter weight, making them easier to handle and replace. These new spindles feature a new design and bearings. This new assembly features a one-piece cam follower to replace the old three-piece cam follower. This piece is easily removeable and replaceable. In the past, a replacement would mean purchasing a new shaft, spacer, and cam follower, and now there is just one simple piece reducing effort and cost of replacement. These smaller, more compact assemblies allow for 2 additional spindles on a capper, increasing efficiencies. A new capper can be purchased, with all new spindles, or the new spindles can replace old spindles on a current 700 series capper. (A new 3610 can be upgraded to a 3612 to gain greater speeds.)

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