Zacmi is going to partecipate at Sacramento Convention Center, in California.
Visit our stand: booths 305-309, 12-13 february
From the very beginning, in 1954, its year of foundation, ZACMI has always had a strong inclination towards continued innovation that has led to the installation of its machinery worldwide. Filling, closing and pasteurising plants for all types of containers used in the food industry. Today, modernisation is applied according to the Lean Management and 4.0 Industry principles.
On 4th July 2018, the Order of Engineers from Parma and some university engineering students, came to visit Zacmi premises to view topics of great interest. This was a second meeting of the event called “4.0 Industry Meeting” arranged by the Order’s Mechanical-Industrial Commission, promoted by Mr. Alessandro Baruffaldi, who explained: “the aim is to discover mechanical and industrial experts within the territory and approach the university, order of professionals and companies to collaborate and create new joint efforts.”
Model 0268-V-120 diameter 3560 mm – 120 valves, the largest in the world
It fills 1200 ½ kg size containers per minute.
Transmission organs are totally synchronised electronically: without belts and pulleys, for high efficiency at a low maintenance cost.
The Filler is of the “easy clean” type, designed to facilitate and reduce cleaning to a minimum.
The vacuum is generated by a dry pump, saving thousands of litres of water, with respect for the environment.
The result is a safe and clean working environment.
Watch the video https://youtu.be/0kHR4BwRARk?t=124
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We shipped two important machines, with destination United Kingdom, with two oversize loads.
A 84 Telescope filler and a Vacuum filler with 120 external valves, to fill solid and liquid products.
We strongly believe in the process of Continuous Improvement and in the Teamwork to develop an excellent company.
Purpose: monitoring the seaming process to eject the bad cans and control the seamer deviation.
The technique consists in examining the quality of the seaming of each can in real time as it passes through the seamer.
This technique is based on measuring the instantaneous seaming force on each can and analysing this force signal using a microprocessor and specific fast-processing software.
This means that when the cans emerge from the seamer, the system identifies whether they have been weel or badly seamed.
In order to achieve this, the cam must be modified slightly so that the sensor devices, which will give rise to an electrical signal proportional to the force being tested, can be built into it.