Automatic Capping Machine
Capping machines are used for the application of plastic and metal threaded caps as well as plastic snap caps, some fitments and some types of corks and plugs. Capping is usually the most difficult aspect of a liquid packaging line for several reasons. Sometimes the range of geometries and sizes of caps and bottles is so wide that the capping machine components become expensive or the platform of that particular type of capping machine is not suitable for all sizes and geometries in the range. Sometimes the bottle and cap combination are not ideal with the threads of the bottle being in conflict with the threads of the cap and great force is needed to apply the cap. Sometimes caps can only be placed vertically on the container which increases the capital cost of the machinery. Inline Filling Systems understands these issues very well and has a capping machine to address every one of these capping challenges.
Automatic cap tighteners require only that the operator places the cap onto the container; the capping machine automatically handles the container and torques threaded caps to tighness at rates dependent on the type of tightener. “Inline” continuous motion tighteners can reach capping rates limited only practically by the operators ability to place and start the caps on the containers. Intermitten motion chuck style automatic tighteners typically operate at slower rates up to 30 CPM max. The intermittent motion tighteners are available in pnuematic or electric torque versions that provide a choice between cost, precision and upper limits of torque. The automatic chuck style automatic capping machine tighteners provide more precise and repeatable torque and lower throughput.
NPACK manufactures a wide variety of capping equipment to secure most cap types onto a wide assortment of bottle types. Our capping machines utilize the latest technologies to achieve the highest speeds and most accurately capped bottles on the market. We manufacture three different styles of capping systems: Chuck Cappers, Spindle Cappers, and Snap Cappers.
In any liquid packaging line, having reliable cap machines is essential. These machines ensure that after the bottles go through the container filler station, they are fully sealed and prepared for their next step in the chain of manufacturing, whether that means selling to a distributor, selling directly to a customer, or otherwise. Using a bottle capper from NPACK will help complete your packaging line and will help ensure that the products you sell are packaged in a high quality manner.
Reliable, Quality Bottle Capping Equipment
Efficient bottle capping machines are important in liquid packaging systems. Depending on the type of caps a product requires, different types of capping machines will be involved in the capping process, including accessory capping machinery. E-PAK Machinery carries several kinds of machines for capping bottles in packaging lines.
Available Bottle Cappers
At NPACK, you can choose from a selection of machines that are ideal for capping bottles of all types:
- Automatic vertical wheel pluggers
- Chuck cappers
- Snap cappers
- Spindle cappers
Accessory Machines for Inline Capping Equipment
We also sell accessory capping machinery that streamlines this step in the process, including:
- Cap elevators
- Cap pre-feeders
- Cap sorters
Each machine in our inventory is in working condition and ready for integration in your facility. Contact us today for more information on the bottle capping equipment, inline fillers, or any other packaging machinery we offer.
Capping Bottles Efficiently With Reliable Capper Machines
There are many different types of products that can utilize NPACK bottle capping machines. Apply caps to different sizes and shapes of bottles containing:
- Acids and corrosives
- Liquid foods and sauces
- Cleaning chemicals
- Lip balms
- Health and beauty products
- Automotive fluids
You can combine different capping machines to maximize the overall efficiency of your packaging line. We can also provide training and other field services to help staff effectively operate and maintain each piece of equipment.