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Automatic Liquid Filling Machine

Our machine which is made up of filling and closing units, is designed for all kinds of liquid products This machine works with hydraulic and PLC system; Filling Volume 200-1300 ml Filling Capasity 2000-3000 Ad/Sa Filling Accuracy +- %3 ml Control PLC Lenght 900 cm Width 250 cm Hight 180 cm .

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Airly Bottle Valve Sealing Machine

Seals any kind of bottle valves with the help of foot command. Works With air pressure Working Pressure 6 kg. / cm3 Maximum Production Capacity 15 Ad. / min. Air Consumption 30 Litre / min. Depth 45 cm. Width 30 cm. Height 70 cm. Weight 25 kg..

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Semi Automatic Bottle Filling Machine

Automatic filling of glasses and hard plastics without any gram adjustments requining.depth 50cm. width 50cm. height 80cm. weight 40kg. .

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Semi Automatic Aerosol Filling Machine

Filling of with single cylinder. Capable of closing valve and filling gas at the same time.Working Pressure 8 kg. / cm3 Maximum Production Capasity 25 Ad. / dak. Maximum Filling Capasity 400 cm3 Air Consumption 400 L / dak. Depth 50 cm. Width 35 cm. Height 130 cm. Weight 65 kg..

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Automatic Labelling Machine

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Labelling is important for tranmitting information about the product to the user. Labelling machinery can be categorized by the label adhesive container combination for which it was designed.The machine must be capable of applying the label accurately and consistently. At on extreme , labels may be applied with a simple hand gun dispenser. At the other , the task may be performed by high spee automatic equipment.
Labels may be of the wet-glue, pressyre-sensitive or heat sensitive- types.
a.) Wet-glue labelling is the least expensive is terms of label costs. Wet-labelling adhesives can be textrin-based, casein-based starch based, sythetic dispersions and hot melts. Wet-labelling sysytes all have to perform the same basi function. that is to feed labels one at a time from magazien, coat the label with adhessive , feed the label to the article to be labelled in the correct posisiton, apply correct pressure t smooth the label onto the arcticle to remove article from the labelling machine.

Pressure-sensitive labellers have one thing in common. They all require hat the label is peeled away from the backing paper. This is carried out by the unwinding a reel of die-cut labels and pulling them round a sripper plate.As the label i sbent araround the plate at a sharp agnle the front endge of the labeel s pulled away.

Heat-seal labelling has most of the advantages of pressure sensitive labelling but generally at lower cost . The heat seal is formed by a plasticized paer which when heated becomes tacky on the underside. The ability of the ashessive to remain tacky after removal from the heat soruce aids mahine design.