CC570 Automatic Capping Machine
The CC570 is an in-line capping machine with a simple plc controlled gating system.
The capping machine is conveyor based and can be easily installed onto customers conveyors with minimal disruption to the existing line set up. A built-in conveyor can also be supplied if required. Production rates of up to 40 units per minute are achievable depending on product size.
This machine is ideal for all applications including contract packing, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, household goods etc.
The machine is also adaptable for press-on caps, ROPP capping and filling operations using peristaltic and volumetric fillers.
The machine is controlled by a Mitsubishi FX1S plc.
Thanks to Cap Coders experience and expertise in capping, it has developed the CC720 MK VI Torque Head , which is ideal for use in the CC570 capping machine. The torque head is generally supplied with an electric motor, which is controlled with Speed and Torque potentiometers to give the desired torque, accurately and consistently.
The machine can be supplied suitable for use in Hazardous Environments, complete with the necessary documentation for use in a Zone 2, Atex Environment. There are also options for Validation Documentation, including HATS & SATS, DSERA, GMP and GAMP.
Ancillary equipment can also be supplied, including conveyors and feeding and collating rotary tables.
CC570 Capping Machine Features
- On-line with simple gating
- Mk.VI Capping Head
- Fully automatic PLC control
- Options for cap pressing and ROPP
- Installed over existing conveyor
- Customised to suit the application
CC570 Capping Machine Applications
- Screw caps, including; Tamper Evident, Child Resistant, Trigger Spray, pump action, jam-jar
- Press-on caps
- ROPP caps
- Clean room/food environments
- Hazardous environments
CC570 Capping Machine Specifications
CC570 Capping Machine Documents
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CC570 Capping Machine Video
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