Canadian Plastics

Blow Molding: High-speed machine raises bar on output

Sidel has introduced a PET blow molding machine capable of producing 1,500 bottles per hour, per mold. The technology, which is available on all SBO Series 2 machines from four to 20 molds, boosts spe...

September 1, 2001   Canadian Plastics



Sidel has introduced a PET blow molding machine capable of producing 1,500 bottles per hour, per mold. The technology, which is available on all SBO Series 2 machines from four to 20 molds, boosts speeds by seven percent.

The technology will be on display at this year’s K Show (Hall 13, stand B69) where an SBO 10 will produce half-litre bottles for carbonated beverages at an output rate of 15,000 bottles per hour. Over a full year, the increased production on this machine, for 4,000 hours of operation, amounts to four million additional bottles.

GEBO Industries (Canada) Inc. 450-973-3337

Monitoring system confirms bottle thickness

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