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Linker Equipment Corporation

5 Evans Terminal Road Hillside, NJ 07205 United States

Founded in 1958, Linker has endeavored to provide a complete, constantly evolving range of goods and services to the beverage and packaging industry. In 1993 Linker opened its facility in Europe, located in Poland. We have staff of over 200 located at our facilities in Hillside, New Jersey USA, and Tyczyn-Rzeszow, Poland. Our engineering staff uses the latest in computer assisted design software to supervise the preparation of all equipment. Our core business is providing filling machines to the beverage and food industry. In addition we provide filling and packaging equipment to the personal and home care industry.

Depalletizing

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Depalletizers from Linker Equipment Corp. are designed for automatic or semi-automatic unloading of pallets of different dimensions for cans, glass bottles or PET bottles. Capacity and type of depalletization are adjusted to customer preferences and needs. Linker offers two types of depalletizers: one for PET and glass bottle depalletizers and another for cans in bulk cartons and plastic cases.

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Types of Depalletizing

  • Depalletizers (Mechanical)

Food & Beverage Processing Equipment

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Linker suppliers mix processors (also known as carbo-coolers) for liquid and food processing applications. These machines are designed for cooling, blending, carbonating and mixing beverages. Handles ammonia/Freon and glycol refrigeration systems.

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Types of Food & Beverage Processing Equipment

  • Tanks, Vessels & Kettles

Features:

  • Wet process

Liquid Fillers

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Linker specializes in monobloc liquid filling systems for rinsing, filling and capping (RFC), water fillers, pressure gravity fillers, pressure fillers, metered fillers and net weight fillers for various types of containers, including 5-gallon. Featured fillers include the RFC for water filling, designed for automatic rinsing, filling (water, tea, and juices) and capping of glass or PET bottles. Features a range of 24 to 96 valves with a capacity of filling from 80 bottles of 0.5L to 1000 bottles of 0.5L per minute.

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Types of Liquid Fillers

  • Gravity Fillers
  • Net Weight Fillers (Liquid)
  • Pressure Fillers

Features:

  • Automatic
  • Fill by weight
  • Liquids with particulates
  • Monoblock
  • Non-viscous liquids
  • Semi-automatic
  • Viscous liquids

Package Types:

  • Rigid Bottle or Jar Package Type Icon
    Bottle or Jar

Conveyor

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Linker Equipment Corp. designs and engineers bottle conveyors for conveying different types of products between machines within the filling line. Linker offers air conveyors (applied in conveying of empty PET bottles), cable conveyors (for conveying empty cans), table top conveyors (for conveying empty or full cans and PET bottles), case conveyors (for carton plastic cases), and more.

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Types of Conveyor

  • Cable Conveyors
  • Roller Conveyors
  • Tabletop Conveyors

Palletizing

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Linker supplies palletizing equipment that is designed for automatic palletizing of cardboard boxes or plastic cases and softpacks onto the pallets. Palletizer capacity, the palletization method (low palletization, high palletization) and the type of palletized product strictly depend on customer needs and preferences. Capacity reaches up to 45 cases/min.

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Types of Palletizing

  • Palletizers (Mechanical)

Package Types:

  • Bulk/Industrial Lined Case Package Type Icon
    Lined Case