The HP Invertor gently and rapidly inverts or rotationally positions a variety of containers at high speeds. The integration of the HP Invertor to existing equipment is simple. It allows for improved handling of all shapes and sizes of containers such as metal, glass, plastic, fiber, and products ranging from vials to two-liter bottles, jars, or cans.
Movement of containers through the invertor is a continuous motion and is able to achieve ultra-high speeds dependent on the container, approximately 2000 cpm. The utilization of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene enables the product to move through the HP Invertor with minimum backpressure.
Utilize the HP Invertor for these applications:
The Cap Sterilization Unit utilizes HP Invertor technology to invert hot filled containers to soak the cap and seal. This application is used to sterilize/pasteurize a containers cap, by using the heat of the fluid in the container to kill bacteria and germs on the cap. Our units have a small footprint, compared to other systems that perform the same application. There are three ways to sterilize your caps:
Dual Invertors: the first Invertor moves the containers over 180 degrees, releases it to the production line for any length of time, then another Invertor turns it 180 degrees to the upright position.
Momentary Contact: uses one Invertor to rotate your product 120 degrees, which quickly soaks the cap in hot fluid and sets it upright to proceed down the production line.
All-In-One Unit: this is for containers that need a full 360 degree turn in a small footprint for cap sterilization.
*Contact times vary per product rate.
These HP Invertors are specifically designed for the use of Cap Sterilization and are outfitted with heat dissipation gaps to aid with leaks, airflow and visual inspection. Our Invertors can be engineered for removal from the production line for quick changeovers and easy cleaning.
The Green Invertor is made of recycled plastic and performs just as well as our top-of-the-line Invertors. Rotationally positioning containers 180 degrees at speeds up to 2000 cpm, dependent on the container’s dimensions, is standard for the Green Invertor. Similar to the HP Invertor, the Green Invertor is approximately 12-24 inches long and is easily placed on an existing production line.
The Green Invertor is new to our list of custom packaging machinery. We are excited for our customers to have a more sustainable option when updating their production lines. If you are aiming to build a more environmentally friendly production line and still run at high efficiency, this Invertor is fit for your line.
The Carton Twist gently and rapidly inverts or rotationally positions cartons and boxes. The Carton Twist can be easily integrated onto your existing production line as a 90 degree invertor or 180 degree invertor.
Movement of containers through the Carton Twist invertor is in a continuous motion and is able to achieve various speeds. The utilization of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene enables the product to move through the invertor with a minimum of back pressure.
This technology is also utilized for our cap twist units.
This HP Invertor Vido features a project we did with a customer. The special-order clear HP Invertors were installed to flip cans 180 degrees in a small footprint.