Air/Vacuum Transport(3 companies)
Systems that use air or vacuum pressure to move and control empty containers that are suspended by their necks toward the neck of the container or bottle. Plan to purchase new conveying, feeding and handling equipment? Explore our articles to get tips.
Kiwi Coders supplies transport systems including Model 2512 Vertical Flat Case Transport, designed for automatically feeding corrugated cases when using non-contact inkjet systems, label applicators or RFIDs, providing access to all four panels in a single pass. Other transport systems include 1030 Transport, for automatically feeding folding cartons, cards, and other flat items. Kiwi Coders also offers Model 2550 Vacuum Feed, an off-line solution for automatically feeding corrugated cases, sheets, and bags when using non-contact ink jet systems, label applicators or RFID'S, and a corrugated carton transport for flat corrugated cases and die-cut sheets.
Smalley Manufacturing Company
Smalley Manufacturing supplies product and packaging handling systems including air conveyors for empty plastic bottles, bulk bag unloaders, bulk tote fillers, receiving hoppers, vibrating feeders, blending drums, mixing conveyors, and scale feed systems. Featured products include the GSLS (Gentle Spiral Letdown System), designed to fill totes efficiently while lowering the product gently into the bin. The system incorporates a steel holding bin mounted on a sturdy tubular construction platform.
Spec Engineering offers customized mechanical and pneumatic conveying transfer systems that offer unique ways to transfer product throughout a system, allowing for more material to be moved efficiently and safely. Spec considers material properties, rate, and distance when implementing effective conveying transfer systems. With no bias to any particular regimen, the system will be designed specifically for the customer’s process. Spec can also custom design related bulk product product handling systems such as dumpster and tote systems.
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