Beverage: End of Line Packaging
Our industry knowledge and expertise in sensors, safety control, LED lighting and indicators allow us to offer solutions that solve many of the most difficult applications in the final packaging area. From sensors capable of detecting targets with vibrant graphics, clear, shiny packaging to offering the most comprehensive collection of safety products in the industry, including heavy-duty safety light curtains and expandable safety controllers, you can rely on products from Banner to improve your packaging processes and address all your machine safeguarding requirements.
End-of-Line Beverage Applications
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Shipping containers are often labeled with barcodes in order to more easily identify which product is present and ready to be shipped. A sensing solution needs to be present to confirm that the final, shrink-wrapped product is labeled correctly and matches the content inside.
Safeguarding areas around the palletizers and stretch wrappers can prove to be difficult because it involves multiple hazards. A scalable safety controller can help manage hazards related to the palletizer and stretch wrapper while ensuring efficient safeguarding processes.
In order to maintain an efficient manufacturing line in the beverage industry, immediate notification of any safety issues is fundamental. Using visual and audible indication to identify safety concerns helps workers quickly find and fix the errors – returning the system to its normal operating state in a timely fashion.
A machinery company needed a sensor able to consistently detect clear PET bottles at multiple points.
A leading manufacturer of labeling equipment offers high-speed shrink sleeve label applicators designed to process 800 bottles per minute. To maximize the machine’s performance potential, the company wanted to install sensors capable of consistent detection and output for high-speed bottling.
The rotary fillers dispense beer into bottles traveling at speeds of up to 900 bottles per minute. The company needed a solution capable of detecting spreader washers on the vent tubes as well as loose or missing tubes. However, the movement of the rotary filler and the wet washdown environment made close proximity deployments difficult and the range required for a remote solution could compromise inspection reliability.