Automatic Bottle Cappers are used for both aluminum cap and plastic cap. It can work for different kind of bottle size by changing the turntable. It has unique capping head with pneumatic adjustable clamp. It has 2.4 meter conveyor is included together with the capper. This capper is designed and used to secure caps to bottles.
Automatic Bottle Crimpers offers easy set-up and production flexibility. It is used in perfumery and cosmetic applications. Featuring stainless steel construction the bottle crimper accepts a wide range of collet diameters and comes standard with self-centering capseats. The 3-stage crimper assembly can be configured with a number of interchangeable heads to meet product needs for both straight liquid filling and aerosol production. These are constructed of stainless steel and aluminum & are suitable for crimping glass, metal and rigid plastic containers up to 8 in height x 1 in at speeds ranging from 0 to 60 containers per minute.
Automatic Box Changer is a supply system allowing machines to operate unattended for long periods with parts storage boxes. This is used for the collection and storage of mouldings, robotic load and unloads systems. It also has different sizes and configurations to suit all applications. The extra conveyors can be used for the infeed and the outfeed together with ninety degree bend units to transport boxes to storage areas.
Automatic burettes are used for series of tests. It is connected with a bottle, which contains the titration solution. The air is pumped into the bottle by a small rubber air pump, created the pressure in the bottle which the rises the solution to the top of burette. When the burette is full, the valve is released; the pressure in the bottle falls and the burette automatically sets itself to zero. Work with automatic burettes is by far faster and the consumption of standard solution is smaller. Automatic titrators are known as differential titrators. These instruments add titrant at a constant rate and electronically take the derivative of the potential versus time curve that is produced.