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ABC Model 335Tablock Case Erector
Here's a tablock case erector that's the ultimate in flexibility- it runs RSC Tablock, RSC, HSC and CSSC cases- with no change parts required. The secret is the built-in tablock flap folding module. When running tablock cases, it smoothly compresses tablock case flaps while protecting the tabs, for perfectly formed tablock cases. To run other style cases, simply operate the machine in tablock-bypass mode. A space-saving compact design and reduced maintenance features make this Model 335 case erector / bottom sealer the solution for your tablock case forming requirements.
Large Capacity, Easy-Load Case MagazineThe self-indexing auxiliary case magazine assures a continuous case supply to the erector. As each stack is used, another moves into position maximizing time between refills. The ergonomic low level design makes it easy to refill without lifting cases.
Shock-absorbing Case Sealing and Squaring RamThe case compression mandrel is equipped with shock absorbers to eliminate machine stress, to reduce maintenance and ensure long machine life.
Color Touchscreen Gives You Total ControlThe color display shows real-time operating data and allows independent operation of all functions, diagnostics, and changeover settings. Its simple, step-by-step sequences simplify set up and operation. Non-contact sensors monitor machine operation and ensure precise timing of each operating sequence.
Case Feed Designed for Smooth OperationThis case erector has self-adjusting, spring loaded grippers that ensure proper case feed from uneven stacks of warped or band-marked cases. Their unique "floating" design allows them to operate independently to grip each case firmly and provide a consistent and reliable case feed.
Simple Tablock Folder with BypassThis innovative method of tablock opening is the result of over 60 years of packaging machinery development. It's an original design that folds the flaps smoothly without stress on the tabs that can cause tearing or release. To run regular cases, the tablock module is set at bypass mode. It's that simple.
Features for Reliable Operation•A-B-C’s Intelligent Control electronics provide total control of operation•Low level case magazine holds 3 stacks of cases (approx 300 KDs) eliminating frequent refills•Automatic case feed from top of stack by dual floating grippers to smoothly feed warped or band-marked cases•Tablock opener is designed to gently fold tablock flaps while reducing stress on tabs, to prevent tearing or release•Dual top and bottom vacuum grippers that over-open cases ensuring proper opening of cases with poor manufacturer’s joints•Reliable walking beam case transfer•Electronic solenoid valve package
High Speed, Mechanical Operation and Space-saving, Compact DesignThe Model 335 case erector runs a realistic 35 cases per minute on a continuous motion, all-mechanical drive system. Each case blank is positively fed from the magazine by combination gripper/slide bar case transfer. A cam-operated opening arm and mechanical walking beam case transfer provide positive case handling and reliable operation throughout.At only 19 linear feet including the extended auxiliary magazine and tablock module, this tablock case erector is 30% smaller than competitive machines.
Specifications•Case range: RSC, RSC-Tablock and HSC cases•Electrical: Primary 230 or 460v, 60hz, 3ph, NEMA 12•Air: Adhesive: 1.621 scfm per cycle @ 80 psi•Speed: Up to 35 cases per minute
High Performance Features•Heavy steel box frame construction-welded and bolted for strength•All-mechanical main drive•High capacity vacuum system•Direct drive walking beam case transfer
Reduced Maintenance Features•Non-contact sensors monitor machine operation•Sealed bearings throughout•Gull-wing style high visibility machine doors allow easy machine access•Touchscreen control for machine jog, diagnostics, troubleshooting, changeover settings•Back-up eye for surge control•Elevated beacon fault light