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How Does A Bottle Filler Work?

  • Release Lime: Jul 15 2019
  • Source: Sherry
How does a bottle filler work? Because it is a semi automatic filling machine, the working principle is simple.
How does a bottle filler work?
The cylinder is driven by a cylinder to extract and send material. The check valve is used to control the material flow direction, and the reed switch is used to control the stroke of the cylinder to adjust the filling amount.
 Semi Automatic Bottle Filler

The machine adopts the principle of cylinder piston filling, which requires a small air pump, fill once and press the work button once, quantitative filling, filling volume and filling speed can be adjusted. The cylinder block, casing and hopper are made of stainless steel, and the piston is made of PTFE material, which meets GMP requirements. The contact part of the material is made of stainless steel, which is convenient to clean, accurate in measurement and simple in operation. It can be filled with various liquids, pastes, etc. It is suitable for chemical, food, daily chemical, lubricating oil and other industries.
How does a bottle filler work? This video can show you in more detail.

Bottle filler features:
1. The material contact part is made of 316 stainless steel material, in line with GMP requirements, and the pneumatic part adopts imported pneumatic original parts.
2. Automatic and manual switching function: When the machine is in the "automatic" state, the machine automatically fills the material continuously according to the set speed. When the machine is in the "manual" state, the operator steps on the pedal to achieve the filling of the paste. If it is stepped on, it will also become the state of automatic continuous filling.
3. It has a filling amount adjustment handle, the filling speed can be adjusted arbitrarily, and the filling precision is high.

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