Workers load empty glass onto the rotary infeed table, and pick up the completed product on the accumulation table. The rotary infeed table, using rails, sorts empty bottles in a straight line to feed the labeler. Labels are first applied to the bottle, then an automatic rinser collects 8 bottles per cycle and inverts them over water nozzles. Using the pump supplied with the Merlin a manifold supplying the nozzles is energized and sanitary water is projected into the bottle. After a drain the bottles are inverted back onto the line and released.
Bottles are then positioned in front of the angled infeed deck of the bottler. When a full row of bottles (typically 6 for 12 ounce) is present and the first row on the infeed deck is open the row of bottles is pushed onto the deck automatically.
Full controls are included which allow adjustment of all the machine functions. This is an excellent way to make your bottler more effective.
In-Line Packaging Systems
7282 Spa Road
North Charleston, SC 29418
Phone: (843) 569-2530
Fax: (843) 576-0798
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