Tubes have to be first manually transferred from the tube box, into the cassette on the machine. They are then loaded one by one into the holders on the turret. First the tubes are centered & oriented and then filled. They are then closed depending on the type of tube. In case of metal tubes, the tubes are flattened and crimped twice (or even thrice). In case of laminate / plastic tubes, they are first heated on the inside periphery and then sealed. Batch details are then coded on the crimp (or seal) with metal stereos and the tubes are ejected out either into a collection container or to a tube-transfer system to link to the downstream MERLIN 120XC cartoner from Vectacraft.
Technical Specifications Features:
The pump unit has a vertical dosing system, which aids in easy suction
Bottom-up filling coupled with shut-off nozzle ensures accurate & clean fill without air entrapment
Indexer is absolutely smooth.
Tool-less adjustments coupled with faster reproduction of settings (aided by position indicators and tri-clover fittings) make changeover quite effortless.
Product level sensor, centralised lubrication and a host of safety features like detection of reverse tube, jammed tube, air pressure drop etc. are part of basic machine.
Designer seal in plastic tubes
Gas flushing before & after filling