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ICFAI UNIVERSITY
Dehradun

Internship Program III
Report On Supply Chain & Operation Management

In this report I had mentioned the brief about the Supply Chain & Operation Management production line of Different Caps & bottle, raw materials, machinery used and more.

2013
Mahaveer Prasad Mawaliya
09/12/2013

A Report
A Study on the
Supply Chain & Operation Management
At
Super Packaging Pvt. Ltd.

A REPORT

ON

A STUDY ON THE SUPPLY CHAIN & OPERATION MANAGEMENT

By

Mahaveer Prasad Mawaliya ID: 101CC00047

AT
Super Packaging Pvt. Ltd.

An Internship Program III station of

FACULTY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
The ICFAI University, Dehradun

(December, 2013)
A REPORT

ON

A STUDY ON THE SUPPLY CHAIN & OPERATION MANAGEMENT

By

Mahaveer Prasad Mawaliya ID: 101CC00047 Computer Science

Prepared in partial fulfillment of the
IP401 Internship Program – III Course

AT

Super Packaging Pvt. Ltd.

An Internship Program III station of

FACULTY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
The ICFAI University, Dehradun
(December, 2013)

ICFAI INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Internship Program Division

Station: Super Packaging Pvt. Ltd. Center: Selvas (Dadar)

Duration: From July 02, 2013 to December 14, 2013 Date of Start: July 02, 2013

Date of Submission: December 14, 2013
Title of the Project: A Study on the Supply Chain & Operation Management

Mahaveer Prasad Mawaliya ID: 101CC00047 Computer Science

Name(s) and designation(s) of the expert(s):

Virendra Kumar
Assistant Professor and Internship Incharge,
Faculty of Science and Technology,
ICFAI University, Dehradun.

Key Words:

Project Areas:

Abstract:

Signature(s) of Student(s) Signature of IP Faculty

Date Date

Respected Sir,

This is to inform you that I have completed the internship and its report on Supply Chain & Operation Management At Super Packaging Pvt. Ltd., which has been prepared as a requirement for the completion of the B.Tech. Program of ICFAI University.
Super Packaging was established as a packaging products company which later established itself as a bottling and packaging production.
While working on the report, I have tried to follow each and every guideline that you had advised. It has been a very enlightening experience to work in this new venture and I have thoroughly enjoyed my internship period at Super Packaging. The authority of Super Packaging has also extended their cooperation whenever required.

You’re sincerely,

Mahaveer Prasad Mawaliya
101CC000447

Table of Contents S. No. | Contents | Page No. | | The Organization | | | Acknowledgement | | | Introduction | | | Chapter: 1 Objective of the Product | | 1.1 | General Objective | | 1.2 | Specific Objective | | 1.3 | Scope & Methodology | | 1.4 | Limitation | | | Chapter: 2 Overview of the Organization | | 2.1 | Super Packaging | | 2.2 | Company Organogram | | | Chapter: 3 Job Description | | 3.1 | Nature of the Job | | 3.2 | Responsibilities of the Job | | 3.2.1 | Maintaining Database | | 3.2.2 | Making Calls | | 3.2.3 | Fix Appointments | | 3.2.4 | Daily sales and visit statement | | 3.2.5 | Attend Meeting | | 3.3 | Different Aspect of the job performance | | | Chapter:4 Aluminum Capping Line | | 4.1 | Raw Material | | 4.1.1 | Aluminum sheet | | 4.1.2 | Aluminum Roll-on Pilfer Proof Caps | | 4.1.3 | Detail Description for 8011 aluminum sheet for bottle cap | | 4.2.1 | Features of aluminum bottle caps | | 4.2.2 | Details of Aluminum Bottle Cap | | 4.3 | Aluminum Plastic Bottle Cap | | 4.3.1 | Features | | 4.3.2 | Details of Aluminum Plastic Bottle Cap | | | Chapter: 5 Machines Overview Used In Aluminum Capping Line | | 5.1 | Components of Bottle Cap Production Line | | 5.1.1 | CNC Punching Press | | 5.1.2 | Application and Features | | 5.1.3 | Main Technical Parameters | | 5.2 | Punching Machine | | 5.2.1 | Application and Features | | 5.2.2 | Main Technical Parameters | | 5.2.3 | Automatic Rolling Machine | | 5.2.4 | Application and Features | | 5.2.5 | Main Technical Parameters | | 5.3 | Cap Lining Machine | | 5.3.1 | Application and Features | | 5.3.2 | Main Technical Parameters | | 5.3.3 | Stamping Mould | | 5.3.4 | Plastic Mould | | | Chapter: 6 Method of Operation | | | Chapter:7 Machines and their details | | 7.1 | Machines Names | | 7.2 | Machine Details | |

Acknowledgement

No one can say that I am perfect everyone should admit that without the help of GOD and His people a man can’t get anything so I bow my head before almighty GOD with gratitude. I am also very much thankful and presents salute too many individuals who support and guide me in this internship program. I am thankful to supervisor Mr. Rajesh from the production line for taking all the job duties to this program, I’m also thankful to Mr. Rakesh Sharma for his valuable guidelines about the all machines which are used in our training, and also my friend kapil who was every time with me in this 23 week Internship programme. I’m also great thankful to Mr. Virendra Kumar, who agreed to guide and advice us as my internship advisor and helping us on each step.
Thank you every one once again for your support.

Executive Summary

As we all know very well that time and tide wait for none. So, because of this rapid change in time and era we have to cope with it. During this era I got an opportunity of getting practical knowledge in my internship session. After complete three years B.Tech. Program, I was sent out to have practical knowledge in corporate life as a part of my academic program. An Internship Program is organized to give me an opportunity for enhancing my capabilities.
There were two major projects I undertook at the Super Packaging Pvt. Ltd but mostly focus on Supply Chain Management. Super Packaging was established as a packing (products) company but later it converted into bottling and cappling production company (mostly cappling). Super Packaging growing fast, because when it established in market then there are only a few companies are running, and after that they have plenty of opportunities to grow into something big.
I get practical knowledge of packing process, bottling and cappling and also knowledge of distribution process.

Introduction
Super Packing is a manufacturing and exporting bottles & caps ISO certified company. Company had talented and expert technical and marketing team, which are works for company with passion for turn it in a largest bottle and caps manufacturing and selling company.Company produces the best quality products for different companies with the latest technologies which reduces labour and time and also gives quality products.
Super Packaging Advantages: * Great Cost Saving * Wide range of pre form sizes * Saving in weight * Better physical properties * Consistent blowing results

Quality Policy At Super Packaging are committed for continuous improvement in customer satisfaction and corporate relations through an effective quality management system.

Objective of the project:
General Objective:

As the report is a mandatory requirement for a B.Tech. student and a part of the internship program for that reason the general objective is to know about Super Packaging, its history, its product and trading process and Supply chain Management.
Specific Objective: • To discuss the supply chain management & production process of Super Packaging
• To show what technology they use to give quality products to their customers.
• To watch carefully the degree of difference and similarities between the real life and theory.
1.3 Scope:
This study revolves basically around Super Packaging. This study includes a detailed process of supply chain & production process and what possible steps should be taken to improve the overall process.
1.4 Methodology:
While preparing this report information was gathered from the following sources:
Primary data: Super Packaging executives, workers and project Incharge.
Secondary data: Internet, machines provider companies
1.5 Limitation:
In preparing this report certain limitations were faced:
• The analysis presented here may vary with opinions of experts in this field.
• Some aspects of the report may be considered confidential by the organization

Overview of the Organization

2.1 Super Packaging:
Before moving into the production process and supply chain Super Packaging started out as a capping product manufacturing company .Then it evolved into a bottling business. Super Packaging has won the consumers’ trust for its quality. Super Packaging manufactures many different varieties in bottle, jars, caps and more. Their clients are FMCG/CPG (Fast moving Consumer Goods/Consumer Packaged Goods) companies, Beverages companies and many others like personal care, household care, packaged food, alcoholic drinks, non alcoholic drinks, etc.

Product Range Bottle preforms, caps, cosmetics, pharma, soda Grade- CSD, oil /Mineral Water Caps

2.2 Company Organogram:

Product lines:
Our packagings are done in a way so that we can target a wide range of consumer & business market. Our target market is segmented in few sections:

Bulk Market:
20 liter plastic Jar
10 liter plastic Jar
5 liter plastic Jar
20 liter plastic Jar Caps
10 liter plastic Jar Caps
5 liter plastic Jar Caps
Aluminium Caps for Beverages
Caps for Alcoholic drinks bottle
Caps for Non-Alcoholic drinks bottle

General Consumer Market:
5 liter plastic pet Bottle
2 liter plastic pet Bottle
1 liter plastic pet Bottle
500 milliliter plastic pet Bottle
250 milliliter plastic pet Bottle
5 liter plastic pet Bottle Caps
2 liter plastic pet Bottle Caps
1 liter plastic pet Bottle Caps
500 milliliter plastic pet Bottle Caps
250 milliliter plastic pet Bottle Caps

Job Description
3.1 Nature of the Job:
In the 24 weeks of Internship, I have worked firstly under the Sales and Distribution Department for 8 weeks and after that at supply chain & production department for 15 weeks. In the first 8 weeks period I was working as an intern to prepare sales reports for a particular area.
Company has 4 different Sales Channel-
The Sales Channels are:
Corporate Sales
Direct Sales
Retail Sales
Distribution Sales
3.2 Responsibilities of the Job:
Job responsibilities are listed below
1. Maintaining Database
2. Making calls
3. Fix Appointment
4. Daily sales and visit statement
5. Attend meetings
3.2.1 Maintaining Database:
My superior advised me to maintain a prospective customer’s database. I have followed the order of my superior and maintaining a database where I had other organizations contact number as well as the top level administration contact details. I have prepared this record by the help of internet.
3.2.2 Making calls:
I do call at a regular basis to my prospective customer’s data base. This was really helpful because when I give a phone call they are receiving my number so they can communicate with me easily for any clarifications. This is a very good way of building networks with customers.
3.2.3 Fix Appointments
I set a date with my respective customer. Some time it is difficult to make an appointment from the high level management but somehow I can manage it. With the help of this kind of appointment I have got opportunity to explain and show them our product. I constantly tried to make my appointment effective and come up with the interested customer’s uncertain date of purchase.
3.2.4 Daily sales and visit statement
I had to make a report on the particular client and their necessities. I had to send a regular visit statement to my boss. Visit report contains client name, address, contact number, e-mail address etc. He looks after my visit reports. My boss advised me to follow up my accessible clients and interested clients.
3.2.5 Attend meeting:
Every week, our whole Sales team used to sit and made plan for the week. There were 14 Sales Executives. For one week, the whole team had to bring 5 Clients to meet the target. Our boss regularly provides the prospective list of customers, and we had to fix schedule with them. Then we had to visit the client’s organization and sit with them to close the sales deal.
3.3 Different Aspect of the Job Performance:
As Pearl is a new company and small company, it still considers this stage as not fully developed. The organization is still learning and trying to cope up in the marketplace. The organization at the start analyzes the performance on the basis of the Reporting boss.

Technology and machines used in the production process and supply chain.

1. Aluminum Capping Line

1.1 Raw Material
1.1.1 Aluminum sheet

At present, the liquor, the wine and the medicinal liquor’s bottle cover are mostly made with aluminum. This is because grass bottles are used in these fields. By using hot forming process, there are large errors in the aperture size. But using can achieve the relatively high seal. In the terms of the raw material, the cost of aluminum is lower than the plastic (an aluminum cap cost the half of an plastic cap), and anti-thief cap’s structure is very complicated, the current production lines in wine industry are designed for installing aluminum caps. What’s more, the aluminum anti-theft cap is finished with high-quality aluminum alloy. It has superior performance, and can be mechanized; mass production, and no pollution, and can achieve 100% recycling, and also can meet special requirements such as high-temperature steam sterilization. In addition, aluminum cap tend to replace the cork because of the unnecessary of special open tool, and it has got many bottle cap manufacturers' favor.

The caps are suitable for screwing on glass and plastic bottles for alcoholic and soft drinks and medicines.
The tear-off ring at the bottom part separates after opening and further closure is guaranteed.

Aluminum sheet - the ideal material for the production of bottle closures: * is light weight * is easily and economically recycled * has superior barrier qualities * has good formability * Offers a bright finish for decoration.

1.1.2 Aluminum Roll-on Pilfer Proof Caps (ROPP Caps)

Internationally accepted Roll on Pilfer Proof Caps (ROPP), made of high quality Aluminum are sealing devices fitted on glass, plastic and metal containers for prevention of pilferage. The pilfer proof seal can be broke with a simple twist, assuring the consumer the purity of the sealed product. Reaffixing the closure after part consumption of the product ensures that the contents are secured and do not deteriorate or evaporate fast.
ROPP caps have wider applications in the following industry: * Distilleries * Pharmaceutical Industry * Food Industry * Health Care industry * Pesticide Industry

Technical Data Aluminum sheet

I Chemical Composition 8011 | Alloy | Si | Fe | Cu | Man | Mg | Cr | Ni | Zn | Ti | Others | | | | | | | | | | | each | Total | 8011 | 0.5~0.9 | 0.6~1.0 | 0.1 | 0.2 | 0.05 | 0.05 | - | 0.1 | 0.08 | 0.1 | 0.15 |

II Tolerance | C | Width | Length | Diagonal | ±0.005mm | ±0.05mm | ±0.05mm | ≤1mm |

Mechanical Property for Continuous Casting

Alloy | Temper | Thickness (mm) | U.T.S (Map) | Elongation (%) | 8011 | H14 | 0.19~0.23 | 185~205 | ≧2 |

Mechanical Property for Direct Casting

Alloy | Temper | Thickness (mm) | U.T.S (Map) | Elongation (%) | 8011 | H14 | 0.19~0.23 | 125~155 | ≧2 |

1.1.3 Detail Description for 8011 aluminum sheet for bottle cap
8011 Coated aluminum sheet for pilfer proof caps * 1.alloy 8011 h14 * 2.Thickness 0.19-0.23mm * 3.Width: 500mm~1000mm(sheet); 50-500mm (strip) * 4.Surface : one side coated and other side protective lacquer or both side color coated * 5. Application: pilfer proof caps, pp caps. vial seal etc * 6.Packing : wooden case * 7.MOQ: 5-7 ton * 8.Delivery time: 30-50 days
8011 Aluminum sheet for pharmaceutical caps * 1.Alloy: 8011 H14, H16 * 2.Thickness : 0.19-0.23mm * 3.Width: 50-500mm * 4.Surface: one side golden and other side vanish / both sides vanish * 5. MOQ: 5-7ton as trial * 6.Packing : case in wooden boxes * 7. Application: pharmacy caps, pharmaceutical caps, seal act . * 8. Delivery time: 25- 45days
8011 Aluminum sheet for closures (uncoated) * 1.Alloy: 8011 H14 h16 * 2.Thickness 0.19-0.23mm * 3.Width from 400-1000mm * 4.Surface :cleaned by hot water , it seems DOS treated, can be printed directly * 5.MOQ: 5-7ton per size * 6. Packing: wooden pallet or cases 2.2 Aluminum Bottle Cap

1.2.1 Features of aluminum bottle caps

1. Our aluminum bottle caps are made of superior aluminum alloy AA8011.
2. The coating and printing ink are in compliance with FDA and SGS standards.
3. The foaming of sealing gaskets is by CO2 to ensure high quality and safety of the aluminum bottle caps.
4. Created by the most advanced roller coating and roller coating techniques, our aluminum caps feature exquisite printing.
5. Integrating florescence and temperature anti-counterfeiting printing technology, we have effectively enhanced the anti-counterfeiting performance of the caps.

Our aluminum bottle caps have a low density of aluminum, which is only 1/3 that of steel, with light weight and good process ability. The aluminum bottle cap is easy to strike out into various complex shapes with strong resistance to corrosion and rust. Besides, it has the advantages of superior isolation, lightproofness and aroma holding. Meanwhile, it is easy to print, tasteless and odorless, recyclable for remelting and free of pollution.

Roller printing and advanced word-milling technology combine with superior aluminum alloy, FDA compliant coating and printing oil to ensure the quality and safety of our aluminum bottle caps. They are extensively used in the packaging of wines, medicine and beverages, etc. Moreover, the aluminum bottle cap features reasonable structure, novel design, distinct and beautiful images and good anti-fake property.
1.2.2 Details of Aluminum Bottle Cap Type | Aluminum Bottle Cap | Place of Origin | , China | Payment & Shipping Terms | Minimum Order Quantity | 200,000 Pieces | Port | Qingdao | Packaging Details | standard press-resistant export carton (50×32×30cm) | Conveyance | Qty/20' FCL: 387ctns Qty/40' FCL: 800ctns | Delivery Time | 15-25 Days | Payment Terms | L/C,T/T | Supply Ability | 2000,000,000 piece/pieces per year | 1.3 Aluminum Plastic Bottle Cap
Our aluminum plastic bottle caps are the products made by the latest technology. The aluminum plastic bottle cap has the advantages of excellent sealing, pilfer-proof and non-refillable functions. It can be treated by overprinting, hot stamping, and spraying lacquer. Meanwhile, with effective sealing, the aluminum plastic bottle cap is thus leakage-proof.
1.3.1 Features
1. The aluminum plastic bottle cap is designed with an enclosing anti-fake stripe, which is non-recoverable once the bottle is opened.
2. The anti-backflow plastic inner stopper will raise the counterfeiting cost.
3. Printing technology and workmanship, such as side embossing, bronzing, and silk-screening, is applied on the bottle surface.
4. Pop-ring openings are adopted, which prevents the bottle caps from being pulled off.
5. All the materials used are environment-friendly and free from pollution.

1.3.2 Details of Aluminum Plastic Bottle Cap Type | Aluminum Plastic Bottle Cap | Place of Origin | China | Payment & Shipping Terms | Minimum Order Quantity | 200,000 Piece | Port | Qingdao | Packaging Details | standard press-resistant export carton (50×32×30cm) | Conveyance | Qty/20' FCL: 387ctns Qty/40' FCL:800ctns | Delivery Time | 15-25 Days | Payment Terms | L/C,T/T | Supply Ability | 500,000,000 piece/pieces per year |

2. Machines Overview Used In Aluminum Capping Line

2.1 Components of Bottle Cap Production Line

2.1.1 CNC Punching Press

2.1.2 Application and Features
Used to replace manual punching, our CNC punching press features accurate positioning, high production efficiency, enhanced sheet material utilization and increased safety.

2.1.3 Main Technical Parameters when stretching general bottle caps, the strokes per minute is 90 times/min. For the long and slim caps (with the blanking diameter larger than 88mm), the strokes per minute are 60-70 times/min. Motor | 380V, 1.5KW | Maximum punching size of aluminum sheet | Z (W) X X (U) = 850MM×700 MM | Output | 41000caps/8 hours (For blanking diameter smaller than 73mm), 33600 caps/8 hours (For blanking diameter larger than 73mm) | Note | If dual-head mold is used, output will be doubled. | Machine size | 1.4M×0.75M×2M | Weight | 1800KG |
2.2 Punching Machine

2.2.1 Application and Features

The punching machine is used for succeeding stretch of bottle caps, and features easy operation, low rejection rate, convenient maintenance, low labor intensity, safety and reliability. Equipped with a counter, the punching machine can directly record the number of bottle caps, thus reducing production cost and working procedure. In addition, it can couple with a separator to form a production line. Moreover, fitted with a dual-head mold, output of the punching machine can be up to 90,000/eight hours.

2.2.2 Main Technical Parameters Motor | 380V, 1.5KW (For 16ton horizontal punching machine)380V, 1.5KW (For 8ton horizontal punching machine) | Output | 33600 caps/8hours (For 16ton punching machine, single-head mold)38400 caps/8hours (For 8ton punching machine, single-head mold) | Size | 1.5M×0.7M×1.4M (For 16ton horizontal punching machine)1.5M×0.7M×1.4M (For 8ton horizontal punching machine) | Weight | 700KG (For 16ton horizontal punching machine), 1250KG(For 8ton horizontal punching machine) |
2.2.3 Automatic Rolling Machine

2.2.4 Application and Features
The automatic rolling machine is a kind of small cap making equipment, which is suitable for caps with the inside diameter-height ratio higher than 1. The sorting and feeding of bottle caps are done automatically, and the end products are automatically pushed forward by the push bar. Low priced, our automatic rolling machine has the merits of small size, low rejection rate, low power consumption, easy operation, low labor intensity, and high production efficiency.

2.2.5 Main Technical Parameters Applicable scope | Diameter of 22MM-32MM | Rejection rate | <1% | Power consumption | Motor: 180W 380V Separator: 180W 380V | Output | 54000 caps/8hours | Machine size | 0.6M×0.5M×1.4M | Weight | 120KG |

2.3 Cap Lining Machine

2.3.1 Application and Features
Adopted for lining aluminum caps, the cap lining machine can perform cap feeding, gasket conveying and inserting, cap isolating and discharging through the separator. The full automatic cap lining machine boasts simple mechanism, convenient operation, low noise, small size and is clean, and sanitary. Hence, it is ideal equipment for improving lining quality and hygienic standard.

2.3.2 Main Technical Parameters Maximum height of bottle caps | 110MM | Maximum diameter of inserted gasket | 90MM | Power consumption | Main motor: 380V 370W | | Motor of separator: 380V 250W | | Gasket engine: 380V 90W | Output | 39000 caps/8hours | Machine size | 0.9M×0.8M×1.7M | Weight | 165KG |
2.3.3 Stamping Mould

The stamping mould is made of C-class superior alloy materials, and is created through heat treatment, superfinishing, and lapping, etc. It has the advantages of high level of stretch, accurate drawing, reasonable design, long lifetime, and convenient installation and maintenance.

2.3.4 Plastic Mould

Made of quality prehardening alloy materials, and created through nit riding and polishing treatment, our plastic mould features smooth cavity surface, high intensity, corrosion resistance, bright and clean injection-molded items, precise molding size, easy installation and optimum mechanism.

3. Roll Feed
3.1 Machine Name: Roll Feed
3.2 Machine Details: Roll Feed is a automatic feed attachment is provided to the press to feed aluminum strips on to the die and ejected. Two pairs of feeds rolls push and pull the strip on the die with automatic.
3.3 Important Measurements Required Feed of Pitch | 80mm | 100mm | Width of Pitch | 175mm | 265mm | Thickness of Strip | 0.3mm | 0.3mm | No. of pair of feed rolls | 2 | 2 | Type of Drive | Chain drive | Chain drive | Pitch Accuracy Controlling Pilots | 0.01 mm by controlling pilot | 0.01 mm by controlling pilot |

4Flip of Caps Assembly Machine

(Input) (Output)
4.2Machine Details: Multi Spindle punching (Assembling) machine for Flip off cap designed for high speed production.

Aluminum and plastic Cap's feeder device feed the both caps into the machine. First station assembles both cap and 2nd station's heated punches riveted the plastic caps knob properly.

All movable part is made by tested bearing steel.
Heater is even specially designed for this machine.
The production of 18 head machine is 1.50 Lac caps in 8 Hours.

5.1 Machine Name: Pneumatic Power Press

5.2 Machine Details: Pneumatic Power Press Punching press with automatic sheet feeder device
5.2.1 for five cavity die set
Suitable for 22x12 mm or 25x17 mm or 28x18mm.
(Note) Production capacity 480caps/minute
5.2.2 for four cavity die set
Suitable for 28x18mm or 31.5x18mm or 28x22mm production capacity 380caps/minute.
5.2.3 for three cavity die set
Suitable for 2x17mm or 28x18mm or 31.5x18mm or 28x22mm or 31.5x24mm or 38x16mm or 29.5x35mm Its operation
Production capacity 290 caps/minutes

5.2.4 for Two Cavity die
Suitable for extra die cap 2nd & 3red operation
30x35mm or 30x44mm or 31.5x44mm, or 3060mm or 31.50x60mm

6.1 Machine Name: Ring Separator

6.2 Machine Details: This Machine is Rotating Drum with slot which used to separate the punch caps from scrap ring.
6.2.1 Power: 1/2 H.P./1440 R.P.M
6.2.2 Floor Area: 560mm x 1250mm x 700mm
6.2.3 Weight: 200Kg. Approx

7.1 Machine Name: Dies

7.2 Machine Details: Dies: for Pilfer-Proof Caps, Aluminum Seal, Screw Caps, Cap Liner, Pull of Cap, Roll-on caps. Lug Caps, Shoe Polish & all type of Metallic Caps etc.
Single Cavity to 5 Cavity: All the die parts are made from special quality die steel properly hardened and ground finished for longer life. Pillar set is made from good quality E.N. Steel duly stressed reserved and hand scrapped. The die is designed to cut, draw and trimming in one operation.

8.1 Machine Name: Shearing Machine

8.2 Machine Details: The Shearing Machine used to cut the printed sheet with accuracy quickly and easily.

Machines are fitted with four edge cutting Blades. The Machine capacity is upto 24 gauge of M.S.Plate.
8.2.1 Floor Area: 1200mm X 1200mm X1100mm
8.2.2 Weight: 250Kg. Approx.

9.1 Machine Name: AUTOMATIC CHUCK INLINE CAPPING MACHINES

9.2 Machine Details: Single Head Automatic chuck capper is designed to vertically place a threaded cap onto a rigid container and torque the cap to a specified application torque at nominal speeds of 30 BPM. This machine is used for caps that must be vertically placed on a container or caps that require a very high precision torque specification. This “inline” bottle handling platform is used on more stable and larger containers where bottle handling is not as challenging. This allows the containers to be positively controlled without more expensive star wheel handling methods. This machine also solves the problem of particulation of polymer tightening surfaces that occur in quill or disc type capping systems.

* Tubular 304 stainless steel welded frame * Aluminum and 304 S/S construction * Clean, non-painted, non-marring parts * Easy changeover modular change parts * Non-scuff chucks for gentle, positive grip * No tools quick changeover collets * Torque adjustment without tools * Clear acrylic guard with 304ss lower frame * Safety interlocks on all guard doors * Adjustment discharge height 38″ +/-2 * Backlog photo optic with automatic stop/restart

9.1.1 Utilities: Electric: 120 VAC /1/ 20 Amps
9.1.2 Air: 8 cfm @ 80 psi, clean dry compressed air

10.1 Machine Name: Assembly Fitting Machine
10.2 Machine Details: WAD (Liner) Assembly machine with Automatic Feeder device
(i) W-24 (Model)
Suitable for 25x17mm, or 18x18mm, or 31.5x18mm
Production capacity 480 caps/minute
(ii) W-18 (Model) Rottery type
Production capacity 360 caps/minute

11.1 Machine Name: Single Spindle Knurling Machine with Feeder Device

11.2 Machine Details: The body will be made from cast iron, casting precision machine and body stand will be fabricated and good quality mild steel. Ejector shaft and main shafts aligned on taper roller bearing, lower tool spindle are accurately aligned on needle roller bearing and thrust bearing, and spindle bore ground for taper shank of Ejector shaft move on liner motion bearing.
The designing of adjustable chute and cap feeder device is so easy to lower tool is through accurate machine slides.

11.2.1 Operation: Knurling, Thread, Rolling, Bearing, perforating, Curling and Trimming.

11.2.2 Products: P.P. Caps, R.O. Caps, Shoe Polish, Bulb Holder, Torch Component, Screw Neck.

11.2.3 Range: 22 38mm. (For long extra deep caps by order)

11.2.4 Power : 1.5 H.P.

11.2.5 Weight: 450Kg. Approx.

12.1 Machine Name: AUTOMATIC CRIMP CAPPER CAPPING MACHINE

12.2 Machine Details: Single head crimp capping system places aluminum closures onto glass and other rigid containers and then pneumatically crimes the closure into place. The aluminum closure is sorted and then stripped off a dedicated pick off while the bottle is precisely held in place by custom gripping mechanisms. This precision placement unit uses star wheel change parts for complete container control as it moves through various stations of operation. The unit is configured to accept different star wheel and plug handling change parts depending on the product, container and closure components used.

* Tubular 304 stainless steel welded frame with electro less nickel plated aluminum and 304 S/S assembly components * Easy to use with color touch screen control panel * Pneumatic plugger fitted to a dedicated vial crimping head sized for customer’s aluminum seals * NEMA 4 control box * Backlog photo optic with automatic stop/restart * Clean, non-painted, non-marring modular change parts * No tools quick changeover * Clear plastic guard * Safety interlocks on all guard doors * Adjustment discharge height 38″ +/-2 * Backlog photo optic with automatic stop/restart

12.3 UTILITY REQUIREMENTS
12.3.1 Electrical:
220 VAC, 1-phase 20 Amp – NEMA 4 backlog photo optic with automatic stop/restart
TEF(total enclosed fan) ac servo motor
AC servo drive
Pneumatics: 15 cfm @ psi, clean dry compressed air.

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