Pro Mach’s subsidiary Zalkin has introduced a new compact machine, TM300 Fillcapp, developed to produce small volume containers for use in different applications.
TM300 Fillcapp is a single-head stand-alone capper with integrated filler, which holds capacity to automatically fill and cap up to 30 containers per minute (CPM) and up to 60 CPM for two-station models.
The company is exhibiting the new TM300 Fillcapp at this year’s Interpack event in Germany, which is being held from 4 to 10 May.
Zalkin's TM300 Fillcapp can be used to produce containers for brands and copackers in the food, beverage, spirits, personal care, home care, automotive, and chemical industries.
The machine enables to produce small volume containers ranging from energy drinks to mini bottles of distilled spirits to travel sized personal care products to extracts, condiments, oils, and others.
TM300 Fillcapp is said to deliver precision filling rated between +/- 0.25% to 0.5% of volume for a wide range of product viscosities, including top-fill for light to semi-viscous liquids with and without particulate and bottom-up fill for semi-viscous to viscous and light and foamy liquids.
Its other product viscosity applications include level overflow for light products with fill to level and top-fil/ball valve for large particulates.
The company is also offering various filling measuring devices, including volumetric pump, Coriolis mass flow meter, magnetic flow meter, net weight scale, overflow nozzle, and piston.
The capping system includes a cap head with hysteresis magnets and easy setting for torque and top load.
Pro Mach bottling and capping group senior vice president Doug Stambaugh said: “The TM300 Fillcapp is the first integrated filling/capping solution at up to 60 CPM with this price point and extensive feature set.
“The TM300 Fillcapp is the first in a series of solutions slated to come from the new Zalkin global one-stop-shop for inline and rotary capping machines ranging from 15 to more than 1,000 CPM.”
Image: Pro Mach's TM300 Fillcapp compact machine. Photo: courtesy of Pro Mach.