A maze of caps, preforms, bottles and labels… all completely ‘organic’. This, and much more besides, will be on show at the Sacmi stand (Hall C, n° 134) at Packology 2013, the packaging and processing technology fair being held in Rimini from 11th to 14th June.
Visitors will enter the interior of the Sacmi stand via an interactive tour, which starts from the ‘Look into the box’ point. Following an exhibition of organic products made entirely with Sacmi-developed technology, the tour continues to the laboratory and testing area, illustrating some of the very latest new products developed by the Group’s Research Center; these are technologies that have resulted in worldwide product and process innovation, characterised by efficiency and environmental-friendliness.
More specifically, visitors to the laboratory area will have the opportunity to take a close look at the ‘Surveyor 900’, an advanced cap seal X-ray control system aimed at cap and preform manufacturers. This provides the most efficient solution for fast, effective, non-destructive geometry analysis and assessment of containers, whatever their shape or material, testing them under real working conditions. Note that the internal cross-section X-ray scan image offers precise information on the match between cap and container, thus highlighting any potential defects.
An extraordinary tool, then, for designers and quality control personnel that combines perfectly with ‘upstream’ technological solutions such as mould assembly/removal systems with the CCM press range and SBF moulds single and double cavity and the new filler valves made by Sacmi Filling. All the latter solutions will, in fact, play a prominent role in the ‘workshop’ section of the stand, which leads to the ‘relaxation’ area where industry experts, technicians and producers can find out all the latest developments happening on ‘planet Sacmi’.
Integrated turnkey solutions that take manufacturers from the raw material to the bottle, from cap and label production to quality control: this, then, is the strength of the Sacmi range.