The new design extends the lifetime of a typical filling machine by seven to nine years - or two to three times longer – than current filling systems on the market.
Venice, FL (PRWEB) October 13, 2011
Inline Filling Systems has recently introduced a new anti-corrosive filling machine line designed to resist chemicals such as strong acids, bleach, brine and sugar solutions. The new systems fulfill the need of chemical packaging companies for filling machines that will last longer and require far less maintenance than stainless steel filling machines.
“The new corrosion resistant systems work well in many environments including chemical and food plants where the liquids being filled or even the brine in the factory air are degrading the equipment,” says Sam Lubus, President of Inline Filling Systems. “The new design extends the lifetime of a typical filling machine by seven to nine years - or two to three times longer – than current filling systems on the market."
The entire system is built using anti-corrosive materials and technology.
•All structural components utilize fiberglass frames, UHMW plate construction and fiberglass bolts to resist corrosion.
•Subcomponents are powder coated to increase resistance to corrosion.
•Conveyor side frames are fabricated with plastic and utilize fiberglass or titanium fasteners.
•Fluid path components are made from Kynar and Teflon due to their aggressive resistance properties.
•Electronic components are treated for anti-corrosion and enclosures are constantly purged with clean system air even during shutdown.
Liquid fillings machines can be integrated with modified bottle unscramblers, capping machines, conveyors and accumulators so that customers can have a complete bottling system.
“Our resolve to build a more highly engineered filling systems using corrosion proof structural components has truly met a need in this market,” added Sam. “As demand for this product line grows, we will continue to roll out new models to meet the specific needs of our customers.
About Inline Filling Systems
Inline Filling Systems designs complete bottling equipment systems and manufactures a full line of standard and customized liquid filling machines. The company ships systems worldwide from its manufacturing operation in Venice, Florida. To learn more about Inline Filling Systems, please visit http://www.Fillers.com.