Press Release Summary:
- Touch screen helps operator to automatically raise or lower the unit to meet the line requirements.
- Unit is configured to automate a bottle or packaging line also connects 110 VAC power supply and compressed air
- Optic sensor dispenses on demand or a remote input can trigger the unit to operate
Original Press Release:
AZCO Corp.’s VIP-100 Pouch Dispenser Dispenses Sachets or Pouches
Fairfield, NJ - April 9, 2019 – AZCO Corp. has designed and manufactured a VIP-100 pouch dispenser for an application which required cutting and dispensing sachets or pouches into containers at a rate of 250-295 per minute.
A continuous strip of material is place on a motorized unwind which controls the tension on the web and helps ensure high accuracy and consistency. A power assist pulls the material, and guides control the pouches into a dual drive track belt system which indexes the sachets or pouches. From the touch screen the operator can open the belts and index the material. With the material placed in the belts they are closed and the material can be primed or automatically self-feeds to the proper starting position.
The optic system, which is built into the knife cartridge, tracks a position on the material. Once the material is indexed to the proper location, the knife assembly is triggered, making a cut. The knife assembly is pneumatically actuated, and its cartridge design allows for quick service or replacements. An all-electric option is also available.
The VIP-100 is mobile; just roll it up to your process, connect the 110 VAC power supply and compressed air. The unit is configured to automate a bottle or packaging line. An optic sensor will dispense on demand, or a remote input can trigger the unit to operate. From the touch screen you can automatically raise or lower the unit to meet the line requirements.
AZCO Corp. is an ISO 9001:2015 certified company with over 35 years of experience developing solutions for a wide range of dispensing applications. Made in USA.
For more information, Contact:
Andrew Zucaro, President