Filling & Capping Considerations

Filling Questions

What is your budget?


Have an idea of how much you are looking spend; this can help us pick a machine that will meet your specific objectives and keep you within your budget.




What type of product is being filled?


Help us get an understanding of your product; what type of fluid is being filled.

We are looking for specific qualities, such as viscosity. Knowing product specifics will help us not only pick the machine that best fits your specific needs but also keep you on budget.




What is your required production level?


Do you know how many bottles per minute (BPM) you are trying to produce? If you don’t know a required BPM, is there a target weekly/monthly production quantity you are trying to reach? Knowing the production goal will help us match you with a machine that will fit that goal.




Are there any special fluid path considerations?


As the fluids move through the machine the materials must be specified for temperature and chemical compatibility as well as your cleanability and sanitary requirements.




What type of container is being filled?


What are the characteristics of the container being filled; such as bottle opening size, container height and shape will determine the nozzle types needed to fill the fluids appropriately.




Are there plant and operations considerations?


Is this machine being installed in a plant filling explosive or corrosive chemicals? If it is it must meet insurance, local safety and electrical requirements.

Is this machine being installed in a sanitary plant location? Machines in this location are constantly wetted and washed down and must be sealed appropriately as well as use wash-down rated components.





Capping Questions

What is your budget?


Have an idea of how much you are looking spend; this can help us pick a machine that will both suit your needs and your wallet.




What is the size and shape of the caps being used?


Caps can range in size from very small e.g. 5mm diameter to a very large 100mm diameter. Knowing the size of the caps can help us decide what machine will be most effective for your situation.




What is your required production level?


Do you know how many bottles per minute (BPM) you are trying to cap? If you don’t know a required BPM, is there a target weekly/monthly production quantity you are trying to reach? Knowing the production goal will help us match you with a machine that will fit that goal.




Are there plant and operations considerations?


Is this machine being installed in a plant filling explosive or corrosive chemicals? If it is it must meet insurance, local safety and electrical requirements.

Is this machine being installed in a sanitary plant location? Machines in this location are constantly wetted and washed down and must be sealed appropriately as well as use wash-down rated components.





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