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Bottle Unscrambler features integrated secondary orienter.

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January 21, 2014 - Featuring low profile design that allows access to all subassemblies, Model NEHHLP provides unscrambling and secondary orienting within same framework. System offers positive container handling of wide range of container shapes and sizes, extra-wide speed range for variety of containers, and tool-less changeover. Integrated secondary orienter can correctly orient off-set necks or handled containers. It uses no change parts and can be bypassed for containers not requiring secondary orientation.

New England Machinery, Inc.

6204 29th St., E., Bradenton, FL, 34203 5304, USA

Original Press Release

NEM will be Presenting its Flying Yellow Bottles Display at Interpack Dusseldorf, Germany, May 8-14, 2014

Press release date: January 17, 2014

NEM will be presenting its Flying Yellow Bottles Display at Interpack Dusseldorf, Germany, May 8-14, 2014.¬† New England Machinery, Inc. (NEM) will be showing its famous ‘flying yellow bottles’ display at the Interpack 2014 show in Hall 12 #12D52. This display includes NEM’s model NEHHLP, low profile unscrambler monoblocked with an SOE-3 secondary orienter. The space-saving monoblock machine offers unscrambling and secondary orienting all within the same framework, saving valuable production floorspace. The unscrambler is offered in different sizes and is ideal for high speed lines.

Along with the space-saving footprint, the benefits of the NEHHLP unscrambler include a low profile design that allows easy access to all subassemblies, positive container handling of a wide range of container shapes and sizes, an extra-wide speed range for a greater variety of containers, and quick tool-less changeover. The versatility of the NEHHLP bottle unscrambler is ideal for production lines with a high number of SKU’s running on the same line. The integrated secondary orienter can correctly orient off-set necks or handled containers. It uses no change parts and can be by-passed for containers not requiring secondary orientation.

The ‘flying bottles’ display attracts attention by re-circulating containers back to the unscrambler by ‘flying’ them through the air. The ‘bottle thrower’ is actually an NEM model NEDP gap transfer that has been tilted and sped up to ‘shoot the bottles into the air’. The NEDP can be used in production bridging containers between two conveyors, it can be used to assist in bottom coding, depucking, crossing over deadplates, container inspection and much more.

For more information on this or any New England Machinery, Inc. product, part or service, please feel free to contact us at:  2820 62nd Avenue East, Bradenton, FL 34203, Phone (941) 755-5550, Fax (941) 751-6281, e-mail: info@neminc.com, or visit our website at: www.neminc.com.

CONTACT:
Marge Bonura
Dir. of Sales & Mktg.
Phone: 941-755-5550
mbonura@neminc.com

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