Front Line Automatic Packaging Machines

Start as you mean to go on – Shemesh Automation has unrivalled experience in delivering fully synchronised, automatic packaging machines. This means ‘getting it right’ from the very beginning of the line.

Experts in providing ‘hands-free’ lines, Shemesh’s range of Feeding Machines, Denesters and Unscramblers have enhanced the productivity of some of the world’s biggest brands.

Industry 4.0 Ready

All of Shemesh Automation’s start-of-line systems are Industry 4.0 Ready  We’ve taken all the top-of-the-line machinery you have come to expect from SA and enhanced it with smart and autonomous systems fueled by data and machine learning.

Every machine in the range boasts a SECOMA Site Manager 1139 modem, integrated into the machine HMI to enable SMART remote support, live stats and performance analysis as well as manufacturer enhancement feedback.

Once again, you can trust Shemesh Automation to keep you ahead of all of the latest industry trends.

Applicable Sectors

  • Food & Beverages
  • Cosmetics, Health & Beauty
  • Pharma and Biotech
  • Chemicals
  • Nonwovens

Types of Machinery

  • Feeding Machines
  • Denesters
  • Unscramblers
  • Rinsing Machines

The flagship product within Shemesh Automation’s range of Front-Of-Line Packaging Solutions  is the SACF containers hopper and descrambler for fully automatic container feeding.

The SA descrambler fits various types of bottles and requires no additional changeover parts for each different bottle size. It features a top-notch control interface, robust building standards and benefits from SA’s ‘easy to use’ and ‘built to last approach.

How the SACF Descrambler works

Firstly, empty containers are unloaded into the stainless steel SST304 containers hopper, which has level transmitters for ‘half full’ and ‘empty’.

From here they are collected by an Elevator Conveyor which transports them from to a centrifugal feeding plate. The centrifugal feeding plate performs an initial containers orientation before maneuvering them into a side conveyor system for final orientation.

After final orientation, the containers leave the machine standing vertically and are directed downstream along a conveyor in the perfect position for accurate filling.