Counting machines(16)

Counting machines are used for the packaging of products such as tablets and capsules of every type and size. Unlike blister machines, where the tablets are precisely packaged inside blister packs, counting machines very often pack products inside glass or plastic bottles. There are different types of counting machines, the most common on the market are multi-channel counting machines. The multi-channel machine work as follows: the tablets are firstly fed manually inside a hopper and then they are released in single row on different vibrating channels (they can vary from 6 to 12 or even more channels). The vibration of the channels causes makes the tablets going forward until they "literally" fall into the bottle. Between the end of the channel and the mouth of the bottle there is a sensor that counts the tablets exactly when they are falling down. Once the desired number of tablets is reached, the filled bottle advances to a second station in order to be capped. The disadvantage of these machines is that they are not always accurate, especially when they counts dusty tablets whose dust tends to dirty and thus obscure the counting sensors. Moreover, if two tablets or capsules accidentally fall together, there is a real possibility that the sensor will only see one. For these reasons, today an alternative, much more efficient counting technology has been introduced, which uses state-of-the-art technology, represented by a vision system. The vision system works by means of cameras placed at a fair distance from the product passage area and therefore not sensitive to dust. This type of technology guarantees a counting accuracy very close to 100%. These machines can also count products that are much smaller than tablets (such as seeds for example), and can therefore also be used in other areas of activity. The speed of the counters depends on the number of bottles being filled at the same time, the number of tablets in each bottle (which can range from a few tablets to 1000) and the size of the product to be counted.

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Used King SC4 counting machine

M1903350030
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King
SC4
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Used Swiftpack SPC 12 counting machine

M1903298824
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Swiftpack
SPC 12
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Used Swiftpack Swiftcount SP12 counting machine

M1903154117
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Swiftpack
Swiftcount SP12
1996
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Used Swiftpack TC 12 counting machine

M1903151821
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Swiftpack
TC 12
2002
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Used Avena Solipac 12 counting machine

M1903089892
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Avena Solipac
12
2007
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Used Swiftpack Swiftcount SPC12P counting machine

M1903030432
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Swiftpack
Swiftcount SPC12P
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Used Swiftpack SPC 16 counting machine

M1902955883
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Swiftpack
SPC 16
2003
on request
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Used Gordic F60 counting machine

M1802835773
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Gordic
F60
1991
on request
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Used Marchesini MT 1000 counting machine

M1802514839
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Marchesini
MT 1000
2009
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Used King SC15 counting machine

M1802513669
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King
SC15
2009
on request
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Used COMPTO SET WIERZBINSKI 1300 counting machine

M1802478856
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COMPTO SET WIERZBINSKI
1300
1988
on request
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Used Swiftpack SPC8P counting machine

M1802389284
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Swiftpack
SPC8P
1995
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Used King Technocount TC8 counting machine

M1802389056
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King
Technocount TC8
2002
on request
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Used Bosspak RTC 200 4 counting machine

M1802172475
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Bosspak
RTC 200 4
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Used King FD Engineering SC4 counting machine

M1702092145
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King FD Engineering
SC4
2005
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Used ZANASI CU 65 counting machine

M1702056063
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ZANASI
CU 65
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Counting machines are used for the packaging of products such as tablets and capsules of every type and size. Unlike blister machines, where the tablets are precisely packaged inside blister packs, counting machines very often pack products inside glass or plastic bottles. There are different types of counting machines, the most common on the market are multi-channel counting machines. The multi-channel machine work as follows: the tablets are firstly fed manually inside a hopper and then they are released in single row on different vibrating channels (they can vary from 6 to 12 or even more channels). The vibration of the channels causes makes the tablets going forward until they "literally" fall into the bottle. Between the end of the channel and the mouth of the bottle there is a sensor that counts the tablets exactly when they are falling down. Once the desired number of tablets is reached, the filled bottle advances to a second station in order to be capped. The disadvantage of these machines is that they are not always accurate, especially when they counts dusty tablets whose dust tends to dirty and thus obscure the counting sensors. Moreover, if two tablets or capsules accidentally fall together, there is a real possibility that the sensor will only see one. For these reasons, today an alternative, much more efficient counting technology has been introduced, which uses state-of-the-art technology, represented by a vision system. The vision system works by means of cameras placed at a fair distance from the product passage area and therefore not sensitive to dust. This type of technology guarantees a counting accuracy very close to 100%. These machines can also count products that are much smaller than tablets (such as seeds for example), and can therefore also be used in other areas of activity. The speed of the counters depends on the number of bottles being filled at the same time, the number of tablets in each bottle (which can range from a few tablets to 1000) and the size of the product to be counted.