Kick the Out-of-Line Off the Line
filtec offers a complete line of rejection systems suitable for every application, whether it is simple rejection, multilane sorting or sampling. The latest offering, the Servotec II, uses a programmable electronic actuator to provide consistent, smooth rejection and sorting. It’s fully electronic with no requirement for air.
Zero Air Multi-Lane Rejectors – Servotec II
The Servotec II rejectors use a programmable electronic actuator to provide consistent, smooth and gentle rejection and sorting without the need for an air supply. These rejectors operate at line speeds up to 1,200 containers per minute with no degradation in capability. The Servotec II rejectors have only one very robust moving part minimizing the potential for failure and resulting downtime.
Basic Pneumatic – Proline Rejecting Systems
Proline pneumatically driven impulse rejecting systems operate at line speeds up to 1,200 bottles per minute and 2,200 cans per minute with no degradation in capability, while using a special impact pad that makes full body contact with each rejected container – minimizing the rotating motion of the containers and increasing their stability as they exit the line. Over 10,000 Proline systems have been installed worldwide.
Sampling – Dual Diverter System
The Dual Diverter system can be used in conjunction with the filtec Filler Management System (FMS) for precise high speed sampling at line speeds ranging from 600 to 2,200 cans per minute. Mounted downstream of the seamer, the Dual Diverter’s pneumatically controlled gate opens only when cans are to be diverted onto the sampling line. It can be programmed to divert up to one complete round of the filler or seamer, or one can at a time.
Smooth Rejection – Slat Rejection System
The Slat Rejection System provides the capability to divert containers of any type, size or shape from the production conveyor without product spillage due to missing caps or defective seals. It can be used with any filtec fill level or Filler Management System (FMS). The system is driven from the production conveyor chain allowing it to maintain synchronization with containers on the production line even if there are variations in line speed.