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BEL 507 Semi-Automatic Tilting Case Erector and Pack Station

Source: Belcor Industries, Inc.
BEL 507 Semi-Automatic Tilting Case Erector and Pack Station
The BEL 507 is an extremely compact Semi- Automatic Tilting Case Erector and Pack Station designed specifically for applications on manual case packing lines
The BEL 507 is an extremely compact Semi- Automatic Tilting Case Erector and Pack Station designed specifically for applications on manual case packing lines. By tilting the case towards the operator better ergonomics are achieved.

The BEL 507 is ideal for awkward packing situations like the following:

1. Tall cases are easier to pack by tilting the box toward the operator
2. Unstable objects, subject to tipping, are easier to load with the case in a tilted position and,
3. Bagged product (ie. snack foods) which must be packed in a vertical postition to prevent product damage.

When directly connected to any BEL case sealer the Erector enables one person to form, pack and seal corrugated cases in a single operation.

Installing the BEL 507 in manual case packing lines improves productivity and eliminates extra labor needed to set-up and close case bottom flaps prior to loading. Safety is improved by eliminating costly Repetitive Strain Injury problems.

At a fraction of the cost of fully automatic case erectors the BEL 507 provides an economical and effective way of eliminating the manual labor required to pre-form cases for hand packing lines.

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