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Bradman Lake Ltd. (Interpack 2002).

Bradman Lake are launching the SL904 carton endloader with a robotic insertion unit mounted above the machine body. This new carton loading concept cuts machine width and improves access to the loading area. Rugged construction with PLC control, touch screen and servo drives ensure continuous speeds up to 160 cartons per minute.

Making its first demonstration in Europe is the SL6000 automatic indexing cartoner. For intermittent packing lines, the SL6000 uses servo drives and computer control to deliver 100 cartons per minute and fast, repeatable size changes.

Another European debutante is a complete top load line, featuring a Propak robotic collator loading the twin head Carton Erector and Compact 3-flap Closer. The transatlantic agreement to produce Propack robotic top load machines both in the UK and US creates a combination that enables Bradman Lake to supply and support entire cartoning systems.

Contact: Bradman Lake Ltd, tel: 0117 971 5228.
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Date:Mar 1, 2002
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