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One of our customer is interested in having a complete filling and packaging line for fragrances and various oils.
The primary containers are plastic bottles ranging from 10ml to 250ml and the line speed required is 80 bpm.
The machines required on the line are Unscrambler, Filler, Capper, Labeller and Cartoner.
If you can provide the complete line, please let me know email@example.com and I will send further details
Well, the simplistic definition regarding conveyors and distribution systems here brought smile on my face. There are numerous applications where the transfer of product from A to B is pretty complex and a lot of effort, knowledge and experience goes into designing and manufacturing the conveying and distributions systems in those applications.
Is there any inspection equipment to detect seeds or traces of plastics, thread etc. in food products?
We have a lot of solutions to ensure products free of metal, glass and many other contaminants, but I think that we still need to do a bit more in terms of fool proofing our process to ensure no cross contamination and in terms of automatic inspection of organic contaminants.
Any inspection equipment suggestions for this?
Can anyone recommend a suitable check-weigher to do 425 grams of cans at 600 CPM or more?
I know MT may have a suitable solution, looking for some other company who may have a competitive product at these speeds.