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SP-01 Pump Filler

Fri, 09/28/2001 - 10:44am
Hinds-Bock Corporation, a leader in the manufacturing of piston fillers and depositors, has added the SP-01 Pump Filler to its SP-64 single piston filler, a workhorse for depositing and filling flowable products from thin liquids to thick batters with particulates.

The SP-01 Pump Filler is ideal for flowable liquids with no particulates. It is easy to clean and operate, versatile and gentle on all products and provides cost savings through speed and accuracy.

A servo pump is used to drive either a lobe or gear pump. Features include a sanitary design with a wide deposit range, recipe storage for multiple products and containers, operator interface to control filler and speeds of up to 100 cycles per minute (depending on product). Available accessories include positive shut-off spouts, self-contained heat systems, CIP sanitary 3A-approved pump and footswitch or automatic cycling controls. Single or multiple spouts are available. A tray denester with conveyor automates the servo pump filler. The tray denester includes an indexing rotary carousel to automatically keep the tray denester magazine full. This feature allows for longer run time between reloading the trays.

Located in Redmond, Washington, Hinds-Bock has been manufacturing fillers and depositors for over 25 years. The product line has been expanded to include viscous product fillers, tray sealers, tub and bucket filling lines, transfer pumps, specialized conveyor systems, heated and non-heated tanks and custom designed systems.

The engineering staff designs custom equipment and special modifications of standard machines to meet specific customer needs. The production department includes a fully equipped CNC machine shop, welding shop and experienced electrical and mechanical assemblers. In-house technicians and engineers provide on-site installation and turnkey start-up support for custom-designed equipment and systems.

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