Automation Energy-Optimised Automated Drum Filling System
Feige Filling will be introducing Integra 86, a fully automated filling system which offers enhanced performance and safety while significantly reducing the energy input.
Together with the Haver & Boecker technology affiliates Behn + Bates and Haver Automation, Feige is joining the company-wide initiative ‘Perfect flow for our blue planet’ for a more careful use of materials and resources.
The stainless steel high-end machine convinces with six work stations which allow a high filling rate of up to 100 drums per hour, states the firm. Powerful features such as the touch panel with enhanced user comfort, remote control via hand-held device, the new electronic quality assessment Feige Flow Reader and many more are comprised in the unit. The innovative track-your-plant software “Quat2ro System Monitoring” provides for added control.
Technologies which Save Energy
Furthermore, Integra 86 fascinates with new technical features which optimise the energy input: The lifting units of the filling units are now operated electrically instead of using energy-and cost-intensive compressed air — which also allows more flexible positioning. The servo bunging tool, the new component for torque control, is now also driven electrically instead of pneumatically.
A new LED lighting concept does not only bring more light but also more energy efficiency. According to the company, the integrated VPN access of the Integra series furthermore improves its climate friendliness: The virtual communication network allows remote maintenance and support, making a lot of climate-wrecking air travel redundant and saving labour costs. Last but not least, a third lock gate ensures added safety: It shuts off the sealed area, offering operators and the environment additional protection.