The key contributor to a competitive advantage for food and beverage manufacturers is the ability to increase throughput and reduce downtime during maintenance, while conforming to strict hygiene standards. Servotronix has the expertise to provide innovative hardware and software solutions that optimize performance and reduce development and maintenance costs.
Hollow glass products, such as bottles and carafes, are manufactured by pressing gobs of molten glass into shapes. A typical process is as follows: molten glass is first conditioned in a feeder mechanism, and then extruded, cut into gobs sized for the container to be formed, and fed into the forming mechanism via a distributor. In the forming mechanism, the glass is pressed into a mold, blown into shape, and removed via a take-out mechanism into a conveyor belt.