Product/Package Recovery Machines(4 companies)
Machines and systems that can extract defective, mispackaged or otherwise unsellable finished product prior to end-of-line operations.
American Holt Corp.
American Holt uses reverse engineering of high-usage machinery components to offer aftermarket replacement parts for equipment used in bottling, canning, food processing, blow molding, meat processing, packaging, and other operations. American Holt utilizes 3D printing to rapidly develop prototypes and identify potential issues before manufacturing parts. Company also offers kits for mechanics doing regularly scheduled maintenance.
Gemel Precision Tool co., Inc
Mr. Deblister™, Mr. Deblister Jr-XL™ and Mr. Deblister Jr™ are high-speed deblister machines designed as product recovery systems. These machines safely separate and remove product such as liquid gels, caplets, and tablets from blister cards, including walletized blister cards. Designed to be placed next to the thermoforming machine so that rejects can be recovered during the lot run. Afterwards, product in rejected cards can be repackaged without having to move the rejected product out of the packaging area, and before the next lot would reach the machine. The system recovers push through, cold form and child resistant blister cards and has no difficulty with tight product blisters or stiffening ribs.
National Bulk Equipment, Inc.
National Bulk Equipment product recovery systems -- including single-pack reclaim, high throughput reclaim, and single-pack reclaim systems for liquid product -- help brand owners, contract packagers and others reduce production material loss, advance sustainability initiatives, and increase production yield from their product packaging operations. Unsalable packaged product can take many forms. Packages may be out of weight or mislabeled. Packaged contents may be off-spec or potentially contaminated.
Shred-Tech designs and manufactures mobile and stationary shredding machinery for a variety of waste applications so that everything from e-waste, metals, tires, documents, medical waste, plastics, wood and packaged products can be shredded and recycled. Company has installed over 6,000 systems worldwide.
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