Shemesh Automation will be showcasing its latest technologies at two industry events, the Processing and Packaging Machinery Association (PPMA) at the NEC in Birmingham on 27-29 September, and Pack Expo, which is running 23-26 October at the McCormick Place, in Chicago.
Taking “centre stage” at both shows will by the company’s Attilus, a new capping solution coming to fruition after many months of R&D. The Attilus incorporates advanced vision and robotics systems, facilitating versatility in packaging across multiple sectors.
It is capable of sorting up to nine different shaped caps from complex screw tops to trigger springs at up to 80ppm, without the need for long changeovers. It will boost productivity, is easy to operate and reduces downtime.
Shemesh will also be exhibiting its uninterrupted bottling line for gummies and jellies where all the core machinery is made by just one manufacturer, the company’s innovative 60 products per minute gummies packaging line, the TS-G60.
Another interesting piece of equipment will be the Falcon, developed specifically for difficult, abrasive materials. The high-speed net weight filler incorporates Deenex trays denester as well as a parallel servo-driven indexing conveying for maximising throughput potential. Applicable across multiple sectors – from chemicals to food and beverage packaging – the design makes it suitable for filling a broad range of liquids with optional features such as hot fill and product agitation in an interim tank.
Last to feature in both shows is Shemesh’s all-new turnkey line for household products, the TKS-B100. it is capable of packaging the “full spectrum” of common household products with the same, smart machinery.
Thanks to the advanced robotics built into the line, all common container and cap types can be accommodated without the need for changing parts, which generates huge savings in parts, costs and downtime.
“Our equipment is designed to solve real Achilles heels in current standard packaging line designs, so it makes sense for us to demonstrate this at two of the globe’s most industry-specific exhibition,” explained Yonatan Levy, VP Global Sales & Business Development at Shemesh Automation. “We are thrilled to be going to the NEC (Stand D12) and McCormick Place (Booth N-6370) where our teams will be on hand to present unrivalled packaging solutions.”
“Great product, great team! Shemesh delivered a turnkey production line as promised under extraordinary circumstances during the pandemic. We would certainly consider partnering with them again in the future and highly recommend their products and services,” said Jason Slosberg, Founder and CEO of Legacy Converting, one of Shemesh’s customers.
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