Shrink Band Applications(4 companies)
Machines that apply a plastic band, often called a neck band, usually over the neck and cap of a bottle, that is then shrunk tightly as a tamper-evident feature. Are you considering purchasing new filling, capping or closing machinery? Learn more about what to look for in your next purchase.
BellatRx's SL family of banders is available in several models for neck and full body bands using shrinkable band materials, tamper-evident or decorative banding for both neck and full body applications. BellatRx banders are designed to be easy to set up and use while offering exceptional value.
Capmatic supplies crimpers and pluggers for the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, personal care markets, including monobloc systems that fill, plug/crimp/cap and label bottles. Featured systems include the Road Runner® continuous motion rotary plugging/capping system, designed for reliability while closing child proof, ROPP and aluminum closures at speeds of up to 400 bottles/min. The Alpha™ system is a single-indexing chuck style platform designed for versatility. With a full-featured multi-station monobloc, this machine can be equipped with an assortment of plugging, capping/crimping and labeling systems. Capmatic also supplies the Bambino A™ crimper, an automatic crimping machine specifically designed for the pharmaceutical industry.
Pharmafill NB1 tamper-evident neck bander by Deitz Company automatically applies shrink bands and sleeve labels to bottles, cans, tins, jars, and other packages.
Liquid Packaging Solutions
Liquid Packaging Solutions offers semi-automatic and automatic sealing equipment to handle closing containers both large and small, from corks and T-corks to pail lids, fitments and plugs. Semi-automatic and tabletop bottle corkers provide a closure system for cork-type capping needs used in distilled spirits, wine, olive oil and other applications. Company’s product line also includes pail lidders and neck banders.
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