Cap, Lid & Flap Detection(14 companies)
Quality and safety inspection equipment that uses machine vision and other technologies to detect the presence of a cap or lid on a finished package. Also included here are flap detection systems that check that carton and case flaps are properly closed during sealing. Looking for tips and best practices on inspection and testing equipment? Explore related articles now.
Auto-Mate Technologies LLC
AutoMate supplies the industry with two bottle and packaging inspection systems: the AM-QC and the AM-DA Diagnostic Center. Model AM-QC provides product quality assurance, accuracy and integrity in one centralized machine, performing inspection tasks such as torque monitoring; detection for missing caps, missing or skewed labels, missing neck bands and foil seals; bar code verification; color correctness; conveyor speed monitoring, crooked/ loose cap detection; date/lot verification; verification of cotton placement and more. The AM-DA provides inspection and quality assurance through non-contact, non-destructive testing, with reject systems that gently remove products.
Banner Engineering Corp.
Sensors and smart cameras from Banner Engineering are able to quickly inspect packages for defects. Sensor equipment includes photoelectric, registration mark, color and luminescence sensors, radar sensors, ultrasonic, as well as temperature and vibration sensors. Smart cameras include the VE high-resolution vision camera and barcode reader. All of Banner’s sensors and smart cameras set themselves apart by being easy to set up, teach, and deploy. Banner Engineering also provides lighting, vision lenses, and software for inspection applications. Contact an application engineer today for assistance with an inspection application.
Cognex machine vision systems help companies improve product quality, eliminate production errors, lower manufacturing costs, and exceed consumer expectations for high quality products at an affordable price. Typical applications for machine vision include detecting defects, monitoring production lines, guiding assembly robots, and tracking, sorting and identifying parts. Product line includes Cognex In-Sight® 2D machine vision systems, 3D machine vision tools. vision software, Cognex Deep Learning technology and barcode readers.
Genesis Packaging Technologies
Genesis vial inspection platform is designed to be added either prior to or after existing capping operations to achieve additional inspection criteria. The VIP has a main star wheel and a discharge star wheel so that non conforming product can be rejected without human intervention. When placed in front of the existing vial capping equipment, it can be used to test for single or multiple attributes such as raised stopper detection, head space analysis or the presence of moisture using near IR technology. When integrated after the vial capping process, the Genesis VIP can be used to apply and verify lot numbers or other identifying features or could again be used as a platform for testing analysis. The VIP is designed to easily integrate with all forms of Westcappers® as well as most other commonly used capping machines.
Industrial Physics provides test and inspection solutions from the biggest global brands in packaging inspection, including vision systems and can integrity testers. Featured brands and solutions include the Metal Ends Inspection system from Eagle Vision Systems, which inspects damages, roundness and compound on metal can ends. Other suppliers presented by Industrial Physics include Quality By Vision, who make can-end inspection and aerosol vision inspection systems. Also highlighted on the Industrial Physics website is offline can seam inspection and measurement systems from CMC-Kuhnke.
Kaps-All Packaging Systems Inc
Kaps-All distributes the AM-DA Quality Control Center from AutoMate Technologies. This diagnostic inspection center allows for non-contact/non-destructive testing and rejection of containers for multiple specifications in one center. Standard features include bottle counter and rate meter module, conveyor speed monitor with encoder and alarm module, and missing cap detector module.
Krones' product line of packaging inspection equipment includes vision inspection systems, fill level inspection equipment for canning and bottling lines. Krones' Checkmat inspection systems verifies if the right bottles are in the pack and there are no foreign objects in the package, among other tasks; Checkmat label inspectors also available. The Linatronic AI offers empty-container inspection technology for glass and PET containers with deep learning capabilities. ModulCheck is designed for operations with limited space or when only a single inspection is required.
METTLER TOLEDO Product Inspection
Mettler Toledo’s broad range of product inspection systems includes checkweighers, metal detectors, x-ray inspection systems, track and trace systems, vision inspection, and more. Systems are made for all types of bulk and packaged products for environments ranging from dry to harsh wash-down and can detect solid contaminants, verify product weights, mark and verify packages, ensure accuracy and integrity of packaging and labels, confirm component content, inspect closures, and measure fill levels.
New England Machinery
New England Machinery’s inspection rejection system (NEMIRS) inspects for skewed caps, missing caps or foil liners. It can detect down bottles, misoriented bottles, crooked or missing labels and more. Depending on the inspection requirement, the NEMIRS uses photo eyes, proximity switches, limit switches, UPC and 2D scanners or vision systems. The containers can be rejected using an air blow-off, diverter arm, or push cylinder. Rejects can be rejected to a table, collected in a bin, or transferred to an existing system.
Optel supplies machine vision systems for the pharmaceutical industry, designed to ensure quality and safety. Offering more than 60 features for inspection categories, Optel's equipment covers product inspection (unit dimensions, shape, color, etc.), packaging inspection (integrity, seal, inserts, cap and tamper-evident seals), as well as labeling and printing (label presence, orientation, print positioning and quality, etc.) Featured systems include OPTEL’s InspectProof, a flexible automated vision system that provides extensive inspection of labels, cartons, trays, devices and cases at rates of up to 2,000 ppm.
Peco InspX manufactures innovative and reliable inspection systems leveraging the latest in technology and software algorithms. Products are solution driven for all industries, package types and contaminants. Across a range of product and package considerations, X-ray inspection is the most effective, efficient and reliable means of ensuring that product and packages have not been compromised. Peco InspX’s 60 years in package inspection has built on strength after strength. Peco InspX’s ScanTrac X-ray Inspection Equipment confirms contents, detects foreign material, calculates volumetric fill levels and identifies container defects -- for packaged and unpackaged products.
PTI - Packaging Technologies & Inspection, LLC
PTI offers testing equipment to ensure container closure integrity for the pharmaceutical, medical, food and beverage, and other markets. Wide range of testing equipment tests packaging formats including vials, ampoules, syringes, autoinjectors, blister packaging, induction sealed bottles and flexible packaging (pouches, sachets and suture packaging). Featured testing equipment includes Seal-Scan® and Seal-Sensor utilizing non-contact airborne ultrasonic testing technology, VeriCon inspection systems for bottle and container leak testing and VeriPac Vacuum Decay Series of inspection systems.
Remtec Automation, LLC
Remtec’s continuous and intermittent motion product vision inspection systems run at rates up to 200 per minute. Applications include bottle inspection. Robotic vision inspection technology offers businesses of all sizes a dependable solution for quality control issues. Innovative robotic vision inspection technology also offers the advantage of increasing productivity through optimized process up time, elimination of quality slips, and reduced rework. Robotic vision inspection systems are adaptable as product designs change over time.
SICK’s machine vision systems are engineered for automated inspection and measurement tasks. Using photoelectric sensors, SICK vision systems handle tasks such as error proofing and optical character recognition (OCR) for labels. SICK offers 2D vision, 3D vision options.
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