Plastic bottle unscrambler provides three benefits
February 17, 2012
Nalbach Engineering (www.nalbach.com) has launched a new range of plastic bottle unscramblers, the NECOSORT-S3. The S3 name represents the three key S attributes offered by this new unscrambler system; higher Speeds, less floor Space, and cost Savings.
The NECOSORT-S3 is more efficient in terms of the percent of bottles discharged for every revolution of the unscrambler’s sorting drum. This improvement in efficiency directly relates to faster speeds for a given size unscrambling system. Where an unscrambler with a 130 inch sorting drum was capable of running a 12-ounce salad dressing bottle for an application with a speed requirement of 265 bpm, the NECOSORT-S3 with a 130 inch sorting drum can run the same bottle at speeds up to 330 bpm.
The NECOSORT-S3 is more efficient in terms of floor space required for a given application. The increase in speed capabilities allow for a smaller machine model to meet a given speed requirement. The same application with a speed requirement of 265 bpm for a 12-ounce salad dressing bottle would require a 130 inch sorting drum, now with the NECOSORT-S3 the same application can use a 105 inch sorting drum.
The NECOSORT-S3 is more efficient in terms of the cost to purchase a system for a given application. The increase in speed capabilities allow for a smaller machine model to meet a given speed requirement. This translates into a lower cost to purchase an unscrambling system.
The NECOSORT-S3 is capable of sorting a wide range of bottle types and sizes. Designed with only three moving parts, no reciprocating motions, complicated mechanisms, or hard to adjust container handling parts the NECOSORT-S3 virtually eliminates downtime, provides low maintenance and high reliability.