continuous operation during filling? –
BREITNER filling machines
Intermittent or continuous operation during filling?
The BREITNER machine control system covers two operating principles:
- Linear filling and closing machines – they operate intermittently.
- Rotary filling and closing machines – they operate continuously.
Here is a closer look at these two operating principles.
Intermittent filling operation
This stopping slide in reinforced design is practical for large bottles or canisters – when filled, they are held reliably and precisely.
Our linear filling and closing machines operate in intermittent mode. A continuously running conveyor belt conveys the packs into the machine.
In the filling machines, several containers are stopped under the filling nozzles, the filling nozzle lowers into the bottle or canister mouth and the filling process begins. When the container is full, the bottles are transported further.
In the case of the closing machines, each bottle is gripped, stopped and screwed down individually by means of a so-called transport starwheel.
Continuous filling operation
The decision: Intermittent or continuous?
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