The condiment capping machine manufacturer tells you the parameters and operating instructions of the electric capping machine: Capping speed: 24-30 bottles\/min Motor power: 25W—250W (single machine 220V) Volume: 300200350m
The condiment capping machine manufacturer tells you what are the parameters and operating instructions of the electric capping machine
Parameters: capping speed: 24-30 bottles\/min
Motor power: 25W—250W (single machine 220V)
Electric capping machine upper arm adjustment
The machine can be used to roll 5-500ml bottle caps. When rolling bottles of different specifications, just put the bottle of this specification on the tray, hold the cross arm with one hand, and loosen the nut on the left side of the cross arm with the other hand to make the cross arm Descend or ascend until the capping head is about 20 mm from the bottle cap, tighten the nut, and then use the included hexagonal wrench to close the support ring against the cross arm and then lock the support ring. (Note) When tightening, pay attention to rolling The cap head is aligned with the bottle cap position.
Put the bottle into the lower V-shaped support, unscrew the 2 screws on the support block, move the bottle and the lower V-shaped block together until the capping head is aligned with the bottle cap, then loosen the 2 screws on the V-shaped block. Tighten the screws.
How to use
1. Place the filled and capped bottle on the lower tray, against the V-shaped support block, hold the bottle with one hand and tighten the handle backwards and downwards with the other hand. At this point, the tray supports the bottle and Lift it up until the cap is pressed against the capping head.
2. After the bottle cap is pressed with the capping head, the 3 capping heads that keep rotating rotate several times, and then roll the bottle cap tightly. (Note) The motor must run clockwise.
3. Push the handle forward to make the rolled cap return to the original position with the tray, and the whole operation process is completed. Repeat the above operation each time the cap is rolled.
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