Quinti's machinery capping technologies use reliable feeders adapted to the specific type of cap, screws, and corks.
Reliable capping ensures bottles are ready for labeling without issues that can cost significant product alterations. The process is automated and controlled by sensors that warn operators in the event of rare out-of-phase corks and caps.
The corks are stacked by an automatic hopper feeding system. The corker is equipped with an injection system, to which a vacuum system can be added as a plus function.
The caps are stacked before capping via an automatic vibrating feeding system.
The caps are oriented and aligned by means of an automatic feeding system. A special sensor informs the operator if the cap has been correctly inserted or if it is out of phase. It's easy to change the type of caps, for example, from screw cap to anti-refill; just replace the twist cap on the power supply and choose the desired type from the touchscreen thanks to Quinti TDIO (Two Done In One) technology.
The caps are oriented and aligned via an automatic feeding system. It offers great flexibility when changing from a crown cap 26 to a cap 29, replacing the terminal bend and the capping head.
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The corks are stacked by an automatic hopper feeding system. The corker is equipped with corking system under vacum.