Tube Filling Machine is the simple and sturdy machine for filling of cream, paste/pharmaceuticals/ cosmetic/foods paste in tubes. Filling, Sealing Crimping, Batch Coding and Tube ejecting is done in sequential operation on a rotary table. The machines are made in two versions- one of plastic/laminated tubes and other for aluminium tubes. Plastic laminated tubes are heat sealed whereas aluminium tubes are crimped.
In Automatic Laminated Tube Filling Machine, the tubes are filled by stainless steel syringe pump. Filling volume can be accurately set as required. Different type of syringes is recommended for the different range of filling volume. In Automatic Laminated Tube Filling Machine plastic/laminated tubes are sealed using the latest technology of hot air jet that eliminates direct contact of heated jaws with tubes, thus giving cleaner contact of heated and softened edges of the tube are then pressed by pneumatically operated jaws for sealing and batch code embossing.
Machine has a main machine frame with stainless steel covers
Acrylic doors on all four sides of main frame
Adjustable anti-vibration legs
AC inverter for main drive for step-less speed variation
Automatic tube hopper with pneumatic system of tube insertion into rotary index table
Rotary index table for transferring tubes to filling, closing stations and other sections
Tube orientation controlled by photocell for accurate positioning of tubes
Tube cleaning by blow of compressed air inside tube
50 litres capacity stainless steel hopper
Stainless steel volumetric dozing syringe and Teflon piston seals for accurate dosage with step-less adjustment of volume
Tube lifting at filling station – so that filling nozzle gets inserted inside tube during filling
Tail cutting by 'suck back' method to prevent dripping of product after filling
Hot air tool for plastic / laminated tubes (Leister make heater)
PID temperature controller for accurate control of hot air temperature
Air supply to air heater through independent blower
Batch code embossing facility within sealing jaws (by using negatively etched character type fount)
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