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Krones high-precision linear empty bottle detector

when Krones linatronic 735 detects glass bottles, the maximum power can reach 66000 bottles per hour, and 45000 bottles per hour for PET bottles

Neutraubling Krones of Germany launched the linatronic 735, showing a modern compact empty bottle detector. It is characterized by high-precision iris technology, the use of "bird" intelligent graphics processing function to prevent wrong bottle discharge, and has an inclined outer surface machine design that meets health standards. In order to make the appearance and hygiene of the filled bottles meet the standards, the linear detector checks whether the glass and plastic bottles with a diameter of 50 to 110 mm and a height of 60 to 400 mm are damaged and dirty

when selecting the required detection unit, the decision should be made according to the scope of use. In May 2017, the machine can also be installed if necessary. As a standard detection unit, bottle bottom detector, sealing surface detector and residual liquid (hf/ir) detector are used. The user can select the detection unit to detect the side wall, inner wall, tightening nut thread, side opening or miscellaneous bottles. Since the machine automatically completes the conversion process when changing the type, it is not necessary to replace special mechanical modules

sekamat with color camera: intelligent bottle classification

also, sekamat system for bottle classification is now equipped with color camera, which can distinguish bottles by different colors, making classification operation more convenient. In addition, the new linear bottle arrangement in the structure can also meet the strict hygienic standard

the expanded sekamat detection system can distinguish bottles according to different standards, such as height, diameter, contour, color or glass casting. Similarly, check whether the cap exists and whether the bottle is filled. Distinguishing PET bottles from glass bottles can be accomplished by a high-resolution CCD color camera. The camera signal is processed in real time with dart technology

bottles that do not meet the production requirements must be discharged by classification. The new sekamat system gives this task priority to an improved linear elimination device. During the straight-line elimination, the bottle is gently pushed to another parallel track from the side until the final position. The running seka impact testing machine can not reach the experimental index at low temperature, and the maximum power of mat machine can reach 72000 bottles per hour

source: Krones AG

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