Automatic filling and capping machine MM2

automatic filling and capping machine
automatic filling and capping machine
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Monoblocks for little bottles such like mascara MM2 Suitalbe for the filling of mascara and lip gloss in stick, with little brush and adapter viper. Production 1500 pieces per hour. Filling and capping monoblocks are made in five basic models. They can dose and close several formats of containers and caps. They are used in the cosmetics chemical food and pharmaceutical industries for production from 1500 to 3000 pcs/h From a conveyor belt the container is moved into the conveyor star, with an alternate movement driven by rotoblock it goes into the dosing station where there can be 1 – 2 or 4 volumetric dosers for dense products or 2 or 4 syringes for liquid products. Caps or undercaps feeding is made by a vibration tank. From the insertion station, the cap is placed onto the bottle by means of several systems: • manipulator with sucker • head for release • overturning system with sucker • insertion by a pneumatic cylinder or sucker Once the cap is positioned, in the next station it is screwed by the magnetic friction head and adapter depending on the kind of cap, for ex.: a clamping ring is used for pilfer-proof caps, while a ribbed cap is handled by a special head etc.. The magnetic friction head allows a very good execution of the closing, since it can be adjusted through the specific notches. The next station is equipped for the control of cap presence with automatic rejection of the defective bottles, without machine stop. The electrical equipment is controlled by PLC with inverter on all the motors. Control panel includes a buttons set with operator panel or touch screen.


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