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Ampoule/Vial Filler and Closer
Packaging machine in which glass ampoules or vials are first filled with liquid then fitted with a closure or fusion sealed with a flame. Typically the filling methods used are volumetric piston, level, weigh filling or timed flow.
Bottle Filling and Capping Machine
Packaging machine in which bottles are first filled with liquid and then fitted with a cap, cork, crown cork, roll-on pilfer-proof closure (ROPP), or other type of closure. Typically the filling methods used are volumetric piston, level, weigh filling or timed flow. Machines will usually be rotary with one carousel for filling and a second carousel for capping the bottles.
Can Filling and Seaming Machine
Packaging machine in which cans are first filled with product, which may be liquid or solids in suspension (e.g. baked beans) and then closed by seaming an end piece or lid onto the can. Typically the filling methods used are volumetric piston, level, or weigh filling. Machines will usually be rotary with one carousel for filling the cans and a second carousel for seaming the cans.
Cask/Keg Filler and Sealer
Packaging machine in which casks or kegs are first filled and then sealed usually with a plug or crimped cap. Typically the filling method is gross weight filling.
Cup/Tub Filling and Sealing Machine
Packaging machine in which pre-made plastic cups or tubs are taken from a magazine or stack, filled and then sealed using a heat sealed aluminium or plastic membrane or with a press on lid, or both. Cups are typically indexed from the filling station to the closing station either using an intermittent motion carousel or an in-line transport mechanism. Cup filling machines are used to pack products like yoghurt, cream or margarine.
Tube Filling and Sealing Machine
Packaging machine that takes a pre-made collapsible tube made from metal or plastic, from a magazine which is filled typically using a volumetric piston filler and then closed by folding, crimping or heat sealing, depending on the material used to make the tube.