Filling machines - Liquid filling machines(17)

Unlike the filling and capping monoblock, the only function of the liquid filling machine is to fill a liquid or semi-liquid product inside a bottle or a vial. Filling machines can be linear or rotary and can be used in different sectors of activity: pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmetic, beverage, industrial. The linear filler is composed of an infeed conveyor where the bottles or containers travel in row and the filling station. The bottles to be filled are stopped under the filling station thanks to a locking system that guarantees stability during the dosing phase. Generally, a linear filling machine is chosen when the bottles, or vials, or containers are of medium-large size and consequently we have an high volume to be dosed. The rotary filling machine is used for smaller bottles, the dosage is done in a fractioned way in order to grant the best accuracy possible. The rotary filling machine usually achieves higher speeds and above all saves space, because it has a much smaller footprint than the linear filler. In both cases, the operation after filling is capping. Caapping operations can be done either manually by an operator or automatically by a capping machine.

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Used COBERT Olimpia filling machine

M1903387948
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COBERT
Olimpia
1988
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Used PKB ROBO 676 filling machine

M1903349870
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PKB
ROBO 676
1990
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Used King Technofill KT340 filling machine

M1903349758
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King
Technofill KT340
to be verified
on request
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Used Masterfil 8 heads filling machine

M1903294607
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Masterfil
8 heads
to be verified
on request
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Used Egarpack 8 heads filling machine

M1903115891
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Egarpack
8 heads
to be verified
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Used Kugler K 54R filling machine

M1903115542
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Kugler
K 54R
1996
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Used Mecano Quimica filling machine

M1802817647
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Mecano Quimica
-
to be verified
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Used CPS filling machine

M1802816529
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CPS
-
to be verified
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Used Mecano Quimica filling machine

M1802816292
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Mecano Quimica
-
1995
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Used J.Esquerda 750 ml filling machine

M1802816071
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J.Esquerda
750 ml
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Used HERMEN LL 8.B 8 filling machine

M1802815959
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HERMEN
LL 8.B 8
2002
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Used Serac Hera 8 filling machine

M1802551721
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Serac
Hera 8
1999
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Used Rudolf Deckert MFM 104 filling machine

M1802531283
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Rudolf Deckert
MFM 104
1999
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Used Breitner KDY364 filling machine

M1802511552
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Breitner
KDY364
1989
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Used Kugler K54-RS filling machine

M1802324275
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Kugler
K54-RS
1999
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Used Bosch VSR F01 filling machine

M1802172364
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Bosch
VSR F01
1986
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Used Bausch & Stroebel WDS 4001 vial filling machine

M1702092530
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Bausch & Stroebel
WDS 4001
1998
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Description

Unlike the filling and capping monoblock, the only function of the liquid filling machine is to fill a liquid or semi-liquid product inside a bottle or a vial. Filling machines can be linear or rotary and can be used in different sectors of activity: pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmetic, beverage, industrial. The linear filler is composed of an infeed conveyor where the bottles or containers travel in row and the filling station. The bottles to be filled are stopped under the filling station thanks to a locking system that guarantees stability during the dosing phase. Generally, a linear filling machine is chosen when the bottles, or vials, or containers are of medium-large size and consequently we have an high volume to be dosed. The rotary filling machine is used for smaller bottles, the dosage is done in a fractioned way in order to grant the best accuracy possible. The rotary filling machine usually achieves higher speeds and above all saves space, because it has a much smaller footprint than the linear filler. In both cases, the operation after filling is capping. Caapping operations can be done either manually by an operator or automatically by a capping machine.