Manual Tube Filler

We are one of the most trusted names of the industryengaged in offering genuine quality Manual Tube Filler to the customers. These machines are fabricated in compliance with the international quality standards. Moreover, the entire range are ideal for filling jelly, paints, balms, cosmetics, lotions, creams, adhesives, honey, food paste, viscous (thick or sticky) paste, ointments and others into tubes. These Manual Tube Filling Machines are suitable for aluminum / plastic / lami tubes of 1 gram to 300 grams manually. Our Tube Filling Machine is manual hand operated machine.

Our manufactured Manual Tube Filling Machines are sturdy compact in design and very simple in operation. It consists of an aluminum rotating disc with interchangeable tube holding sockets for different tube sizes. Manual Tube Filling Machines are equipped thermostatically controlled jacketed heater with stirrer / temperature controller and separate cooling system with photoelectricsensor for tube positioning and specialized Features like automatic tube loading, positioning, filling, sealing and tube ejecting. The filling station is made up of stainless steel block, fitted with pneumatic device to control tailing. These fillers are available in various specifications, these can also be custom made as per the clients' specific requirements. Further, we offer these Manual Tube Fillers at the market leading prices.

Tube Filling Process

The empty tubes are first loaded in the cassette, which then travels through the guides to be held in the feeder by vacuum. The tube is then fed into the tube holder by the actual feeder. The tube holders are fitted for the circular turret which irregularly takes the tube to everyone the stations. The tube then passes through the centering station which presses the tube from top and lodges it into the tube holder. It then travels on the orientation station for positioning the ‘I’ mark. Right here the tube is lifted and revolved. The moment the ‘I’ mark comes in front of the scanner, the tube stops revolving and passes down. It is then carried on the filling station where the dosing action of the piston in the cylinder forces out the required volume of material through the hose pipe onto the actual suck back device and then from the nozzle into the tube.

The tube then travels through the individual pressing, crimping and coding stations after which it is ejected out at the ejecting station. In circumstance of lami or plastic tubes, following filling station, the tube travels to the hot air blowing station where heat is blown onto throughout the end of the tube by the nozzle having holes on its periphery. The tube then would go to the sealing station in which the tube is pressed as well as sealed. It then travels to the dual coding and trimming station where the tube is first coded with metal stereos for the seal and the irregular shape at the tube end is trimmed by a set of blades. It is then ejected out at the next station.