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Automated Container-Filling Systems

Inline Box-Filling Applications

Inline Box Filling Application

Inline Box-Filling can be configured to meet a wide range of application needs. Containers can be filled using a machine count, a weigh scale, a weigh scale hopper or a robot. A wide choice of options such as covered cooling chambers, under press hoppers, Lexan® covers, ionization and more, allow systems to be custom designed to provide maximum productivity.

Shown here, this space saving, single station, Weigh Scale Box Filling systems signals visual and audible warnings when the box is 95% full, giving an operator time to prepare a new empty box. It could also be programmed to signal when it is 100% full.

Options (many more available):

  • Ionization – prevents small parts from sticking to the conveyor or each other
  • Under press hoppers – contains parts
  • Ramps – extend full box storage capacity
  • Cleat switches – assure boxes are in the correct fill position
  • Lexan covers – keep contaminants out
  • Sweep arms – allow boxes to change direction
  • Photo eyes – assure boxes are in the correct fill position
  • Cooling Chambers – prevent distortion by cooling parts before they are filled

  • A basic, Weigh Scale system can accurately fill parts into large containers, providing hours of unattended box filling.


    Automated Tote Dispenser Inline System Automated Tote Dispenser systems are configured to meet individual application needs. This system can hold up to 20 wire reinforced, rimmed totes, and uses a cycle count to fill parts into the totes. If greater accuracy is desired, the same system could also be used with a Weigh Scale Hopper.


    Over/Under Box Filling System

    Over/Under Box-Filling systems can be custom designed to maximize available floor space. This system allows four rows of boxes to be filled before an operator is needed.


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