Custom Engineered Product & Package Handling(13 companies)
Any custom engineered equipment, built per specification for specialized applications and not part of a supplier’s standard product line, that is designed to handle empty or filled primary containers in conjunction with conveying and feeding equipment. Plan to purchase new conveying, feeding and handling equipment? Explore our articles to get tips.
Advantage Conveyor, Inc.
Advantage Conveyor specializes in the custom design and fabrication of singulating and combining conveyors as well as product diverting, sorting and lane switching conveyors for all industries and applications. Advantage Conveyor’s engineering staff works with clients to develop CAD drawings to their specifications. Systems can be supplied as part of a complete system or as a standalone component to fit an existing system.
Elevating conveyors from BPI are customizable to fit the work environment and application as well as being configured to expedite workflow efficiently. Conveyor’s main structure features a 304 stainless steel construction with large lifting capacity for heavier products and high lifting capabilities for the large projects. Also features a product flow hopper for small product control and adjustable leveling feet for uneven surfaces.
Carleton Helical Technologies
HP Feedscrews can be engineered to handle a wide variety of applications for container handling: divide, combine, collate, rotate, dwell, denest, register and meter.
CLE Can Lines Engineering
Can Lines Engineering (CLE) offers a wide range of container handling systems including elevating conveyors for boxes, bottles/bans and odd-shaped containers and pallet stacking/destacking systems. Custom designed for canning lines, CLE supplies twists/fittings and cap chutes for feeding and handling empty containers to be filled.
Dillin Engineered Systems
Dillin Engineered Systems is a supplier of combiners, diverters and merges for packaging lines. Dillin’s combiners can be integrated with its full line of products and controls to provide a standalone piece of equipment or a complete, customized system. Diverters are designed for light to medium products such as trays, cartons, bottles, and can be set to run on a product count or timed basis. “No slugging” mergers can merge numerous infeed lanes to single or multiple discharge lanes and are reported by the manufacturer to be less expensive and complex than the continuous combiner.
DJS System, Inc.
Servo counter/bagger systems from DJS Systems, Inc. count and strip stacks of paper, plastic or foam cups for packaging, with a capacity of 60+ strips per minute. Using laser eyes for high speed/high accuracy counting, system features positive placement of stacks into bagger or other downstream equipment. If there is an issue, the stack is rejected left or right. DJS also designs customized, automated solutions for disposable food service product handling problems.
Garvey supplies product and packaging handling equipment including gripper elevators and gap transporting equipment. The Gap Transporter, which when adjusted can be used for versatile applications including gap transporting, conveying, depucking, elevating, spacing, label inspecting and bottom coding. Garvey’s Gripper Elevator fits within existing conveyor lines with ease due to its minimal footprint design; it features a vulcanized gripper surface that opens or closes with a built in handwheel, from less than 1 in. to a maximum of 12 in. in separation. Custom designs for product and package handling are also available.
Kinsley specializes in timing screw technology. Product and package handling equipment from Kinsley includes custom timing screws, timing screw drive units, combiners and dividers, as well as custom container handling equipment and specialty timing screw applications. Kinsley's team of container handling and packaging conveyor experts serve all areas of the industry with innovative conveyor solutions for top performance container handling.
Morrison Container Handling Solutions
Morrison Container Handling Solutions creates products, equipment, and full line solutions to handle rigid and semi-rigid containers for all packaging applications. Morrison’s timing screws, change parts, drive units, denesters, and specialty equipment move containers for applications including, orienting, stacking, dividing, combining, denesting (for trays, cups, lids, buckets, and pots), in addition to systems for collating, grouping and stacking. Morrison also has developed timing screw drive units, change parts, and timing screws that maximize efficiency, productivity, and ensure quality outcomes for feeding and inserting applications on packaging lines. All solutions are custom designed to the customer’s container and created to move containers more efficiently and increase throughput from anything to filling, capping, corking, labeling, case packing and beyond.
High-speed puck loader and depucker systems handle specific orientation applications for filling products such as deodorants and shampoos. These systems run at very high speeds while delivering optimal OEE. Rather than relying on gravity and other outdated methods, Norwalt's puck loaders/depuckers use advanced tooling to craft the smartest strategy possible, working with odd sizes, irregular/asymmetrical shapes and unique designs.
Septimatech Group Inc.
Septimatech manufactures feed screws for container feeding, separation and timing; container angle necks; container dwell and orientating; container grouping, twisting, dividing, combining; container lay down and 180-degree inverting; machine-to-machine synchronization container orientation and turning; and high-speed applications. Benefits of feed screws include quick change components to reduce changeover time and standardized quick change system to reduce operator set up time and changeover time. In-house testing capabilities allow for replication of the production environment.
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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