Jam Filling Machine
Jam Filling Machine
This automatic jam sauce filling machine can fill all types of viscous materials, such as jam, honey, syrup, ketchup, peanut butter, salad dressing, etc. A piston pump is used to fill the machine. Fill all bottles in a single filling machine with great accuracy and speed by adjusting the pump.
This automatic filling machine is a new type of utility equipment made with the best technology to meet market needs. It has a SU304L/316L volumetric piston pump, which is very efficient and doesn’t take up a lot of space, and is used for packaging sticky liquid products in many different industries to meet GMP requirements.
Most of the containers that jam filling machine works with are wide-mouth glass bottles, which are often used to make jam.
❶ Use a quick-connect, disassemble mechanism, the pump design of the jam filling machine allows for simple cleaning and disinfection of the piston-type metering pump；
❷ Tetrafluoroethylene piston rings are used in piston-type metering pumps;
❸ Full automation using a PLC control system and frequency control;
❹ Adjusting the filling quantity is simple and done quickly. Each metering pump is easily adjusted;
❺ Agitation in the tank will cause the material to rotate in both directions;
❻ Using a rotary valve-type piston pump in the filling cylinder prevents wire pulling and drips;
❼ The feed tank has a double-jacket hopper that stirs;
❽ Included a specific bottle positioning mechanism to guarantee that the bottles and filling nozzles are in the right position, with no bottle, no filling.
This jam filling machine is widely used in food, pharmaceutical, medicine, veterinary medicine, daily chemical, chemical, oil, pesticide, and many other industries. It is suitable for filling viscous liquid products such as;
- paste sauce
- chili sauce
- beef sauce
- chicken sauce
- soybean sauce
- tomato sauce, etc.
The parts that come in touch with the materials are high-quality 316L stainless steel, which meets GMP regulations.
Jam Filling Machine Characteristics
- Adopt SS304 or SUS316L filling nozzles- Filling mouth is equipped with a pneumatic drip-proof system, preventing wire pulling and leaking during filling.
- Adopts piston pump filling- Pumps with quick-disassembly structures are simpler to clean and sanitize.
- Adopts high applicability- No one needs to change parts. This machine lets you quickly change bottles of different shapes and sizes.
- Adopts touch screen and PLC control- Speed and volume are flexible. “no bottle, no filling” function, including level and feeding controls.
- Adopts rotary valve piston pump- The filling head uses a rotary valve piston pump with anti-drop and anti-draw functions.
Jam Filling Machine Advantages
- Large manufacturing capacity, reduced work, and low labor stress are all advantages of this jam filling machine.
- The manufacturing workshop is clean and attractive, and it complies with the current food production.
- A reliable heated hopper filling machine guarantees quality and consistency of filling.
- Operators may take up their positions after a short period of training, and the change of staff does not have a major impact on product quality.
- The jam filling and capping machine can be linked to the jam-making line, sauce filling machine, beef sauce filling machine, paste sauce filling machine, etc.
Jam Filling Machine Auxiliary Equipment
Bottle Unscrambler Rotary Turntable is also known as accumulation conveyors or unscrambling tables, are designed to meet a wide range of conveyor system needs in the jam filling machine. With circular containers like bottles, rotary turntables are often used to collect or unclog bulk so that they may be released in a single line.
Turntables can also be used as hand-packing stations or feeding or loading stations. When this device is made of high-quality stainless steel, it lasts a long time and doesn’t need to be cleaned very often. If you have an infeed and discharge conveyor, you may save expense by installing an accumulating table between the two.
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What machines are common on a jam filling line?
Container Cleaning Device
When working with food, container cleaning equipment is very important to keep the food safe. Rinsing machines get rid of dust and debris from the containers before they are filled. This eliminates the risk of making contaminated products or shorter shelf life. Clean air, water, or other cleaning agents can rinse containers.
Jam Filling Machines
Filling machines for jams usually use a pump or a piston. This type of filler can be used for thicker products and products with small parts, like seeds or even chunks of fruit. To make very thick jams run through the machine, it can sometimes be heated. The whole way from the supply tank to the fill nozzles is kept at the same temperature. The product will flow evenly, and the fill is repeated consistently.
To keep particulates from settling, you can add product agitators to supply tanks. This will keep the product moving and keep the particulates from settling, which will allow the filling machine to get both product and particulate out.
Capping Machines and Cooling Conveyors
The capping machine for jams depends on the packaging container and cap. Once the jams have been filled, they are usually capped, labeled, and packaged without special care. It may be necessary to add a cooling conveyor between the filling equipment and the capping machine if you want to speed up the flow of the product.
A cooling conveyor can come in many shapes and sizes, from a serpentine conveyor to a long one. These conveyor systems let the product cool down before it moves to the capping machine, ensuring that the cap is put on the right way. You don’t have to worry about the product or container expanding and breaking when they are capped with a hot product. Spindle cappers, chuck cappers, or even snap capping machines close the lid on jars of jams, jellies, and other foods.
Labeling machines put labels on the front of containers, the front and back of containers, or any other needed way. Cool the containers before applying the label to avoid wrinkles or peeling off the label, which could make the label fall off.