|Brand ||Ronchi Mario Packing |
|Condition ||New |
|Material ||Aluminum |
SIRIO Capping Systems cover a very wide range of applications for varied typologies of closures adopted in the industries of the personal care, detergent, pharmaceutical and food products.
Main features distinguishing our SIRIO Cappers are represented by:
Mechanical structure thoroughly manufactured in 304 stainless steel
Rotary turrets equipped with 4 to 30 capping heads to reach speeds up to 600 BPM
Possibility to integrate multiple capping turrets onto a single base-frame in monoblock configuration for the application of different types of closures onto the same container
SIRIO cappers can be manufactured in versions suitable for corrosive products through the use of special metal - alloys: depending on the type of product, Titanium, Hastelloy, Duplex or Super-Duplex are utilized
SIRIO cappers can be supplied for use in Hazardous Duty area capping applications. The “Explosion Proof” version is suitable to handle all those products classified as potentially hazardous.
Protection degree and definition of the “dangerous areas” can vary according to the type of product to be capped and the level of protection requested.
The machine can be supplied and certified in full compliance with both ATEX European Standards and NEC U.S. Standards
A “Large Pitch” version is available, suitable to handle large size containers
All of the components necessary for the bottle and cap format change-over operations are fitted with quick unlock devices: no tool is necessary to replace them
Appropriate and accurate control systems ensure the perfect positioning of the cap onto the bottles; in case of unseated or missing cap, the bottle is rejected and deviated onto a parallel conveyor
The whole range of SIRIO Cappers can be supplied both as a stand-alone machine or combined and connected in monoblock to our EXACTA Fillers
Cap feeding to the machine is achieved through cap sorter of the rotary mechanical type
The connection between cap sorter and capping machine is done through horizontal air-cushion cap tracks or on motorized conveyors.
The adaptation of the guides to the various cap sizes can be controlled through a centralized adjusting device
Cap bulk supply elevators with various sized hoppers are available, to ensure long feeding autonomy