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Bausch & Stroebel KSF 1020 Monoblock Filler & Capper

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Listing description

Fully automatic intermittent-motion monoblock filling and capping machine.

For closing cylindrical glass or plastic containers such as bottles and vials with two different types of closures. Push on caps and screw caps.

The dosing station is designed to process liquid products using piston pumps and will be available with 2 piston sizes: 25ml and 75ml.

Equipped to fill and cap both conventional bottles and bottles with pump spray assemblies (such as nasal spray), 2 vibratory cap bowls are included.

Machine is capable of fill ranges between 0.1ml to 540ml depending on the pumps fitted.

Designed to be fitted with up to 6 filling nozzles subject to customers requirement, currently set up with 1 filling nozzle.

Comes with 5 sets of format parts: 15ml, 100ml, 150ml, 200ml and 540ml.

Currently equipped with a 24 station star wheel, it was last run at an average speed of 40 bottles per minute with a maximum speed of 50 per minute/3,000 fills per hour.

The bottles are manually fed into the machine or can be automatically discharged from a bottle unscrambler.

Manufactured in stainless steel with full interlocking guarding

Easy size change-over and compact overall design.

Manuals in English.

Machine size: 4000mm x 1500mm x 2200mm high, approx. weight 1500kg.


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Listing information

Manufacturer Bausch & Stroebel
Model KSF 1020 Monoblock Filler & Capper
Year 1995
Country UK UK
Condition Good
Main category Process and Packaging
Subcategory Filling machines - Bottling equipment
ID P90916555

Availability: listing already sold

About the seller

Client type Machinery dealer
On Kitmondo since 2009
Number of listings 20
Country UK UK
Last activity June 22, 2020