Liquid filling and sealing machines are commonly used in manufacturing and packaging industries to fill and seal liquid products such as beverages, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and chemicals.
Bottle/can/ container feeding: Empty containers are loaded into the machine's conveyor belt or feed system.
Filling: The liquid product is dispensed into the containers through a filling nozzle. The filling method can vary based on the viscosity and flow properties of the liquid being filled. Common filling methods include gravity, piston, and pump filling.
Capping/Sealing: Once the containers are filled, they move through a capping or sealing station where the caps or lids are applied and secured. The sealing process may involve heat sealing, ultrasonic sealing, or other sealing methods.
Labeling: After the containers are filled and sealed, they may move through a labeling station where labels are applied to the containers.
The specific operation of a liquid filling and sealing machine depends on the type and design of the machine. Some machines are fully automatic, while others are semi-automatic and require manual intervention to load containers, adjust settings, or perform other tasks.