Subnil launches CONDOR 300 tube filler
Specialists in tube packaging solutions, SUBNIL has recently launched its new high-speed tube filler CONDOR 300. It has a capacity to produce a whopping 18,000 tubes/hour and a live demo will be on.
The CONDOR series tube fillers are meant for medium and high-speed requirements and have a linear-chain design for the movement of tubes. They fill products in cylindrical metal/laminate/plastic tubes and close it absolutely safely and symmetrically. A variety of viscous and semi-viscous products are handled, like ointment, cosmetics, toothpaste, cream/gel, adhesive, sealant, mayonnaise and many more.
The CONDOR series tube fillers are ergonomically designed to ensure that working areas are easily accessible for setting, changeover and maintenance. Quick, easy and efficient changeover is the leading attribute of the machines, to respond to the faster time-to-market age we live in. And the optionals available, make them absolutely automated and versatile. Needless to say here that all machines conform to cGMP standards. Overall SUBNIL offers six models of tube fillers (in both CONDOR as well as LIMBUS series), in capacities ranging from 35 to 300 tubes/min.
As experts in innovating complete tube packaging lines, SUBNIL offers all the machines downstream till the tube is shipped. Hence, the CONDOR 300 is linked with the MERLIN 300XC cartoner for inserting the tubes along with leaflets, or other inserts, into the carton. The packed cartons further travel to the OSPREY 25V bundler wherein they are first collated in a required matrix and then overwrapped with BOPP film. Subsequently, the multipacks travel to the KESTREL 6s casepacker where they are inserted into a shipper (corrugated box) and then glued or taped. The complete line is synchronised and at no stage any manual intervention is required. Subnil has been at the forefront not just in India but in Asia, in bettering tube packaging technology. It is the only company in Asia offering the complete line for tubes from tube filler to casepacker.