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January 29, 2014
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A-B-C’s Model 206 packs cartons or bottles, single or multipacks into full height, half height, or end-panel display trays at speeds to 30 trays per minute. According to the company, its high efficiency design utilizes servo operation for top precision and to accommodate product variations. The system’s low-maintenance features are said to include a rugged tubular steel frame, heavy gauge chain drive, sealed bearings, and top quality components. Clear, interlocked panels offer high visibility and easy access while providing total machine guarding. The company says changeovers are fast and repeatable, with no tool changeparts and powered adjustments that maintain all machine parameters within centerline points. The Model 206 also features a new servo-operated, high capacity magazine with auxiliary blank magazine to ensure a continuous supply of materials to the packer. As one tray/case stack is used, another stack is automatically indexed into position, thus minimizing the attention of line personnel.
A-B-C Packaging Machine Corporation; 800-237-5975. www.abcpackaging.com
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