New Integrated Tablet Counter Capper Machine

Deckert have fitted a 6 lane counting module on a standard capping and labelling starwheel and created a monoblock counter, capper and labeller.

Deckert have fitted a 6 lane counting module on a standard capping and labelling starwheel and created a monoblock counter, capper and labeller. Incoming bottles are filled, capped and then a wrapround self adhesive label is applied on the starwheel, which operates in intermittent motion.

Bottle air cleaning , unscrambling and other standard tablet counting line features are also available. Bottles can be weighed on the starwheel to confirm the already very high accuracy count of the Cremer counting head.

The complete system can handle bottles up to 75 mm in diameter and 150 mm high and run at up to 2000 bottles an hour, depending on the bottle and the tablet count.

Stock Aerosol Leak Detecting Machine Being Built

From 29 April 2010, for the first time, compliance with all aspects of the Aerosol Dispensers Directive (ADD) and the application of the reversed epsilon compliance mark is mandatory under UK law.

As preparation we are building a stock Aerocan Leak Detector. This small 800 x 800 mm machine is capable of testing cans at up to 100 cans per minute, either after the water bath, or as part of the water bath alternative. It uses a single sensor head and can be calibrated in less than 10 minutes.

The machine, which is available for rental, has been verified by Paul Dewhirst of Bourgoynes to comply with the water bath alternative requirements of ADR 2007 and the BAMA standard.