High Capacity Lining Machine with Rotary Die Technology
Do you want your business to produce lined caps in large volumes and be able to meet market demand? Do you have limited space and are looking for equipment that can handle various cap sizes and different types of liner materials?
Our high capacity lining cap machine may be the perfect solution!
Our latest video shows our model LM-4 lining cap machine with capacity up to 1,200 ppm (or 72,000 pph) combined with the stand-alone rotary die module. Our rotary die technology, which accommodates multiple types of liner and is especially effective for induction thermal liners, creates a pre-defined shaped mark on the roll liner material, forming a band of pre-cut seals that remain attached thanks to very fine retention bonds.
The strip of pre-cut seals automatically advances to the insertion station on the lining machine where each piece of pre-cut liner is centered precisely in relation to the position of the lid. Once the part is correctly positioned, the insertion tool will be activated to break the web retention joint and place the lining part into the caps.
Given the high speed at which this equipment operates and the rate at which the cases are filled with the final product, it is recommended that a compact changer be used for case movement. This configuration allows several cases to be formed in line before being filled, thus minimizing operator intervention.
This also ensures that when the filled boxes are ready, they are at an ergonomically safe and appropriate height for the operator to lift.
The LM-4 Lining cap Machine is powered by patented ICON controls technology, our PC-based platform is designed to increase throughput and optimize uptime.
Advantages of the LM-4 Lining Machine with Rotary Die Technology:
Speed: up to 1,200 parts per minute or 72,000 parts per hour.
Versatility: can be used for different cap diameters and can handle different types of liner material
Noise reduction: rotary die technology significantly reduces machine noise and vibration level
Ease of transition: simple and fast component changeovers resulting in improved uptime as they are significantly lighter than transitions using traditional dies
Advanced capability: servo-driven rotary die registration mark