Pack Expo - Shuttleworth's Booth at Pack Expo 2015 Is a One-Stop-Shop for State-of-the-Art Conveying Solutions
Shuttleworth engineered two comprehensive, modular active demonstrations that showcase a wide range of conveying solutions for every shape, size, and composition of products from cartons and cases to delicate baked goods (Shuttleworth Pack Expo Booth C-3623)
Huntington, Ind. September 18, 2015
The Shuttleworth servo loop demonstration incorporates fully automated in-feeding, vision-based rejection, combining, and dividing of products. Rejected products are routed out from the conveyor, looped around, and then automatically and seamlessly incorporated back into the flow via a fully integrated Modu conveyor. Shuttleworth will also display on the servo loop conveyor the new ProTech by Pro Mach™ remote monitoring and remote service technology being introduced at Pack Expo 2015.
For delicate products, such as baked goods conveying, Shuttleworth engineered the bakery loop. This loop integrates a stainless V-Clean Slip-Torque conveyor with a KLEENLine lane switch module. The lane switch is a stainless steel sanitary washdown construction plaque divider that diverts products from a single lane into two, three, or four lanes for routing to wrappers, case packers, cartoners, and palletizers. Designed and built at KLEENLine, a Pro Mach business, the lane switch integrates flawlessly with Shuttleworths stainless V-Clean Slip-Torque conveyor. This combo features gentle product transfers and no side contact, diverting at speeds ranging from 220 feet per minute (FPM) to 400 FPM.
In this loop demonstration a single lane of products is automatically separated into multiple lanes, then accumulated, and lastly formed back into a single lane before being separated again. The conveyor showcases a small footprint modular design. It also features a wide range of different rollers and roller surfaces - food grade, star roller for loose leaf paper, high heat urethane rollers, and more options that reveal the range of surfaces and applications available from Shuttleworth.
For more information on Shuttleworths state-of-the-art material handling solutions, call 800-444-7412 and visit http://www.Shuttleworth.com. Be sure to visit the Shuttleworth Booth C-3623 at Pack Expo for a one-stop-shop of the latest in automated conveying solutions.
Since 1962, Shuttleworth has served as a leading designer, consultant, and manufacturer of solutions to solve material handling challenges. Whether a customer needs a conveyor system that will accumulate, flip, stack, rotate, push, divert, or index products between manufacturing or packaging processes, Shuttleworth can design and build it. Year after year, the company continues to revolutionize the packaging industry with Slip-Torque® technology and conveyor system and equipment innovations that are as unique as each customers product line. Shuttleworth is headquartered in Huntington, Ind., operates a manufacturing facility near Gent, Belgium, and maintains a sales and engineering office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. http://www.Shuttleworth.com.
About Pro Mach
Pro Mach is a leading provider of integrated packaging and processing products and solutions for food, beverage, consumer goods, pharmaceutical, and other diverse companies. Through its brands, Pro Mach provides product packaging and processing equipment, PMMI certified training, installation, parts, and service in Bottling & Capping, Primary Packaging, Flexible Packaging, Material Handling, Labeling & Coding, and End of Line.
Pro Mach has a diverse customer base, from Fortune 500 companies to smaller, privately-held businesses worldwide, which depend on reliable, flexible, technologically advanced equipment and integrated solutions. Pro Mach is headquartered near Cincinnati, Ohio, with manufacturing facilities and offices throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe. For more information about Pro Mach, visit http://www.ProMachInc.com.
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