Vibratory Fillers(14 companies)
Equipment that vibrates to dispense small, dry or granular items whereby multiple lanes distribute products from a bulk hopper to a container to reach a specific weight or count, such as in peanut packaging applications. Are you considering purchasing new filling, capping or closing machinery? Learn more about what to look for in your next purchase.
All-Fill's auger filler is the foundation of the product line in which All-Fill's fine family of companies was established. All-Fill's semi-automatic auger fillers handle virtually any type of product; recent applications have ranged from protein powders, bakery sprinkles and ground coffee to pharmaceutical products, cosmetics and laundry beads. Typical models consist of a sturdy, cast aluminum head containing the drive components and a stainless steel column mounted on a rugged aluminum column. Controls include a variety of PLC-based packages, which can include a keypad or touchscreen operator interface. All-Fill's automatic auger fillers are designed for complete, continuous container transport, positioning, filling, and discharge to the next stage in the packaging process. An indexing system mounted on the conveyor regulates container movement toward the filling position, centers each container for filling, then moves the container away. Company offers options including fill-to-weight systems, multiple auger fillers, high-speed rotary systems and integrated auger solutions.
Batching Systems, Inc.
Batchmaster® counters utilize patented dual view scanners to provide high accuracy counts possible. Out of tolerance parts are rejected prior to entering a package. The latest Batchmaster® IV counter is an accurate high-speed counting system that detects and rejects parts one-third smaller or larger than a target part thereby separating the good parts from the bad. These counters can easily integrate with upstream and downstream packaging equipment. Batching Systems can provide standalone counters or fully integrated turnkey packaging systems.
BellatRx makes solid dose product counting and handling equipment for products including pharmaceutical tablets, pouches or canister desiccants. Rx-12, a solid dose product count system, is a high-speed and flexible tablet and product counter that fits in a small footprint. The Rx-12 tablet counter is designed to provide improved count accuracy, requires no product change parts and features a tooless changeover in 15 minutes or less. BellatRx also manufactures powder filling equipment to cover any production rate and product characteristics.
CAM Packaging Systems
CAM Packaging Systems manufactures multiple weighing and filling systems based on individual requirements. Presented as a simple, low cost automation option for multihead weighing, system is designed to fill with high accuracy at high speeds. Weighing and filling line can integrate with CAM bagging lines and conveyor systems for greater productivity.
Duravant offers gross weigh, net weigh, and volumetric filling systems for fast and efficient semi-automatic bag filling of free-flowing granular products like seed, feed, grains, dry sand, salt and others. Combination scale systems for weighing/counting product and filling containers run at speeds reaching more than 200 cycles per minute with accuracies to within a fraction of a gram. Applications include confectionery, bakery, biscuit, cookie, cereals, fruit seed, snacks, chips, flake, nuts, pet food, detergent pods, hardware kit packaging, plastic parts, cosmetics, medical devices.
Haver & Boecker USA, Inc.
Haver & Boecker offer solutions for filling dry, bulk and powdery materials into bags of all types. Suppliers of valve bag filling machines, open mouth bagging machines, tubular form/fill/seal baggers and big bag fillers for the food and feed, cement, chemical, building materials and minerals industries, Haver & Boecker specializes in developing a new process flow for packing and designing complete turnkey projects. Company removes old equipment, prepares the area and installs the new equipment.
MULTIPOND America Inc.
Multipond American offers multihead weighers and combination scales made in Germany.
nVenia, A Duravant Company
nVenia, a Durant Company, offers Hamer Brand gross weigh, net weigh, and volumetric filling systems for fast, accurate and efficient semi-automatic bag filling of free-flowing dry granular products like seed, feed, grains, dry sand, salt, and others. Ohlson brand’s combination scale systems for weighing/counting product and filling containers with speeds is capable of reaching more than 200 cycles per minute and features accuracy to a fraction of a gram with applications in confectionary, bakery, biscuit, cookie, cereals, fruit seed, snacks, chips, flake, nut, pet food, detergent pods, hardware kit packaging, plastic parts, cosmetics, medical devices, with virtually any weight or shape.
Company's product line includes dry fillers for filling coffee (KCups), cereal, rice, beans, protein and spices into a rigid container or pouch.
Pattyn North America, Inc.
Pattyn North America supplies dry filling equipment for applications ranging from linear fillers for bulk solids to weigh fillers for tobacco. Featured fillers include the LBVF‑34A linear belt vibratory weigh filler, which combines belt and vibratory dosing on one machine for applications such as weighing and filling solid chocolate. The LVF-14A/B-D linear vibratory filler comes with one or two heads, designed for fragile products up to 30 x 30 x 30 mm, such as nuts, diced and sliced IQF fruits and vegetables and small granular products.
PFM Packaging Machinery Corporation
The range of multihead weighers machines from PFM is specifically designed to meet any need of flexible packaging for food and non-food applications. Multihead weighing systems range from the MBP Series C1, an entry-level budget combination multi-head weigher to the new range of Series C4 multihead weighers, designed for high -speed precision weighing of fragile and delicate products. The MBP Series C5 range of multi-head linear weighers is designed for sticky products and other goods that are difficult to handle.
TDI Packsys offers a number of scale and dosing options to cover filling of a range of dry product types. Multi-head combination weighers are available from 10 head up to 32 head systems, with extensive options including dimpled surface, breakage proof, leak proof. Highly customizable for specific products and applications, these combination scales feature remote touchscreen HMI for easy and convenient control and an IP65 washdown rated. Other products include linear scales for powders, granules, vegetables and fruit; servo-auger fillers for fine powders and granules, such as powders, spices and seasonings; and counting systems with digital vibratory systems for high capacity applications.
Tridyne Process Systems, Inc.
Tridyne specializes in the custom design of automatic bulk filling machines and net weigh fillers for bagging dry products, including a broad range of vibratory feeders, weigh counters and automatic counters and custom systems. Featured net weigh fillers include the F-206 Super-X series, which comes in six different configurations and is used in large scale operations to weigh product into boxes, pails, bags, or bins.
Weigh Right Automatic Scale Co.
Weigh Right Automatic Scale specializes in net weighers, direct fill gross weighers, piece count scales and volumetric fillers, ranging from low-cost, entry level scales to vibratory and bulk fill scales. Featured scales from Weigh Right’s comprehensive line include the iQ-1E entry-level scale, used in the coffee industry, snacks, candies, petfood, popcorn, granola and similar products. Other machine categories include Weigh Right’s line of vibratory, linear net weight scales using 1 to 6 lanes for applications such as filling dry or IQF foods, plastic parts, snacks, candies and more. Weigh Right also supplies direct fill scales for bag-in-box case applications, fresh-cut vegetable scales, and the BDC Series of scales for slightly moist products such as cut cooked potatoes and diced tomatoes.
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