Better than a Manual Capper Machine

Logotipo Tedelta USAFully automatic capping systems are a marvel of modern industrial engineering, but they aren’t practical for certain applications. They make perfect sense for medium businesses and large manufacturing operations, but there are many small businesses that don’t have production scales large enough to justify a full-blown automated capping machine. This situation, along with several others, are better suited to a manual capper machine. However, manual capping machines have their own drawbacks. Luckily, there is a way that small businesses, hobbyists, and quality control labs can get the benefits of an automatic capper without the financial and space requirements. The solution: a semiautomatic capping machine.

TEDELTA CSA 101 SEMIAUTOMATICA

 

Problems with a manual capper machine

taponadora semiautomaticaGenerally speaking, manual capping machines are inexact and subject to human error. Without the perfect technique, it is very easy to get an incomplete seal on a bottle or other container. This can lead to all sorts of problems, not the least of which are loss of product quality and/or safety, spillage, and wasted product. Not to mention the fact that a customer who receives an improperly sealed container from your company will think twice before making another purchase from you.

Still, many small businesses, hobbyists, etc. feel it is their only option bec

ause of limited space, limited budget, or both. But with TEDELTA’s semiautomatic capper machine, you no longer have to compromise on quality because of space or practicality.

The TEDELTA-CSA-101 semiautomatic is an excellent substitute for a manual capper machine, since it is a benchtop model that takes up very little space. You can see how it works in the video below:

Semiautomatic vs. manual capper machine

As you can see, the semiautomatic shares some features with a manual capper machine. The operator is responsible for placing the cap onto the bottle or container, and then inserting it into the machine. This setup is much more compact than a fully automated line with a cap delivery system.

Then, the special capping head takes care of the rest, exerting the correct among of pressure and torque to ensure a perfect, hermetic seal as the cap is set onto the container. Accurate, efficient, and practical – the best of both worlds!

If you think our semiautomatic model would be a good alternative to a manual capper machine for you, please feel free to contact us for additional information and a personalized price quote.