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Capping Machine

Ref: TP97
  • Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph - 0
  • Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph - 1
  • Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph - 2
  • Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph - 3
  • Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph - 4
  • Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph - 5
  • Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph - 6
  • Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph - 0
  • Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph - 1
  • Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph - 2
  • Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph - 3
  • Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph - 4
  • Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph - 5
  • Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph - 6
Details
No. of heads:
4
Cap type:
Mushroom cork, Straight cork
Rotation direction:
Counterclockwise
Current state:
In storage
Safety features:
Yes
Manuals:
Yes
Electrical data:
V: 380 • kW: 2.5 • Hz: 50
Details
No. of heads:
4
Cap type:
Mushroom cork, Straight cork
Rotation direction:
Counterclockwise
Current state:
In storage
Safety features:
Yes
Manuals:
Yes
Electrical data:
V: 380 • kW: 2.5 • Hz: 50
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    Description

    Used Capping Machine Arol up to 4000 bph

    Technical Analysis of Operational Capabilities of the Capping Machine Arol

    The Arol capping machine operates at up to 4000 bph and offers an advanced option for automating the capping process in bottling lines. It features four capping heads that distribute mechanical forces evenly, crucial for maintaining the seal’s integrity on various bottle types. Moreover, each head handles both mushroom and straight corks, widely adopted in the wine industry to effectively preserve the liquids’ organoleptic qualities.

    Operational Details and Mechanical Compatibility

    Additionally, the design incorporates a counterclockwise rotational movement, aligning strategically with the common configurations of European assembly lines. Consequently, this facilitates integration with other bottling machines and reduces operational errors. Furthermore, this counterclockwise setup enhances synchronization with other line equipment, optimizing production time and cost.

    Electrical Specifications and Energy Impact of the Capping Machine Arol

    Similarly, the machine runs at 380 V, consumes 2.5 kW of power, and operates at a frequency of 50 Hz, optimizing energy use relative to its production capacity. Such energy efficiency crucially lowers the operational costs tied to total production, enabling companies to sustain high production volumes while keeping energy expenses low.

    DISCLAIMER: The operational status of each machine is monitored on a monthly basis. Therefore we will promptly update the current status of the machine only at the time of your request.