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L32 Running 2 Cavities

Heidi Amsler


Amsler Equipment L32 3-Cavity Convertible Blow Molder running on 2 cavities

Adjustable Cavitation & Container Sizes
Run 3 Cavity up to 2 Liters (500ml will run at 4800 per hour)
2 Cavity – containers from 50ml to 3 liters
1 Cavity – containers from 50ml to 5 liters

For custom blow molders, this new three-cavity convertible machine, with adjustable cavitation, reduces tooling costs and eliminates the need for two blow molding machines to serve intermediate to, medium-volume markets. Build up the volume one cavity and add new molds as needed. Space savings and energy savings with the same footprint and energy consumption as the two cavity Amsler machine series.

L32 Convertible – 3 Cavity PET Stretch Blow Molding Machine

Heidi Amsler

**Video** for the 3 Cavity Convertible L32 Machine – This heavy walled 8oz bottle runs at a 3.75 Cycle time

Adjustable Cavitation & Container Sizes
Run 3 Cavity up to 2 Liters (500ml will run at 4800 per hour)
2 Cavity – containers from 50ml to 3 liters
1 Cavity – containers from 50ml to 5 liters

For custom blow molders, this new three-cavity convertible machine, with adjustable cavitation, reduces tooling costs and eliminates the need for two blow molding machines to serve intermediate to, medium-volume markets. Build up the volume one cavity and add new molds as needed. Space savings and energy savings with the same footprint and energy consumption as the two cavity Amsler machine series.

W. Amsler Equipment Offers One-Stop Shop For Liquid Filling Machinery

Heidi Amsler

Expanded Line Delivers Cost-Effective Solutions for Turnkey Operationsconveyorlargecap

RICHMOND HILL, Ontario, Sept. 21, 2010 – W. Amsler Equipment Inc., a leading Canadian manufacturer of all-electric, reheat stretch-blow molding machines and related equipment based in Richmond Hill, Ont., has expanded its custom line of filling equipment for a broad range of liquid filling applications including beverage, edible oil, household cleaners, and pharmaceuticals. Amsler’s unique filling solutions are targeted for tight manufacturing footprints, expansion of existing filling lines, and turnkey operations.The company made the announcement at the InterBev 2010 exhibition Sept. 22-24 in Orlando, Fla.

“We’re offering packagers and end users a one-stop shop that provides cost-effective solutions in today’s demanding liquid filling market,” said Werner Amsler, president of W. Amsler Equipment. “We eliminate the difficulty and worry in putting all the important elements together for a turnkey filling operation.”

W. Amsler’s rotary monoblock filling lines are made of stainless steel and all rinsing, filling, and capping operations are enclosed, thus promoting a sanitary environment. The unit can be built with HEPA filtration and serve as its own clean room.

The filling machines feature PLC controls for reliable and repeatable performance. Machine speed is automatically varied depending on-line conditions. Filling lines can be set up independently or inline with a W. Amsler linear or rotary blow molder. Also available is downstream equipment including CIP (clean in place), bottle unscramblers, labelers, shrink bundlers, stretch wrappers, date code printers, palletizers, and other downstream packaging solutions.

Amsler has sold filling equipment to beverage producers throughout the world. The equipment is backed by Amsler’s North American parts and service department and an unmatched customer support team.

PRESS CONTACT:
Joseph Grande
413.684.2463
joe.grande@verizon.net

W. Amsler Equipment Wins Canadian Plastics Industry Association’s Plastics Innovator Award

Heidi Amsler

CPIA Honors Blow Molding Machine Maker for Technology Achievementsamsler-pic-dsc_2247-2

RICHMOND HILL, Ontario, June 3, 2010 – The Canadian Plastics Industry Association (CPIA) has named W. Amsler Equipment Inc. ,a leading Canadian manufacturer of all-electric, reheat stretch-blow molding machines based in Richmond Hill, Ont., as the recipient of its Plastics Innovator Award. The award honors companies who have contributed to the expansion of the Canadian plastics industr through the advancement of technology. The award will be presented at CPIA’s annual general meeting and the 2010 Plastics Industry awards event on June 3 at the Toronto Congress Centre.

“I accept this award on behalf of all our employees who’s study focus and dedication to technology have made us a preferred supplier in the blow molding industry,” said Werner Amsler, company founder. “This award recognizes our efforts on behalf of our customers who continually look to new technology to bring quality, productivity, and sustainability solutions in an increasingly competitive marketplace.”

CPIA noted that in 2009 W. Amsler unveiled several innovative technologies including a fully automatic loading system for wide mouth preforms up to 89 mm, a new flexible PET machine series that allows for adjustable cavitations on PET blow machines, and a modular semi-automatic palletizer that provides fully automatic operation through the purchase of additional modules. The company – one of the first to develop all-electric machines – manufactures state-of-the-art, highly-efficient reheat stretch-blow molding machines and auxiliary equipment for manufacturers of plastic containers for the personal care, beverage, pharmaceutical, and household cleaning products markets.

Swiss-born Werner Amsler started out in plastics in 1970 as a mold maker with the former Premier Plastics in Toronto and later worked for Bekum Plastics Machinery. He established the highly successful blow molding company Swissplas Ltd. which was sold to Monarch Plastics in 1987. W. Amsler Enterprises Inc. was started in 1990, offering technical consulting and R&D.

In 1994, Amsler started W. Amsler Equipment to focus on fully-electric machines instead of standard hydraulic presses. The company has spent the last 15 years pushing the boundaries of stretch blow molding technology. The trademarks of Amsler machinery are highly-repeatable processing, energy savings up to 50% vs. hydraulics, and a 75% reduction in maintenance costs. The company has machines in 10 countries and the product line includes machines with one to six cavities for containers between 50ml and 23liters. The product line includes linear machines with output up to 10,000 bottles/hr and rotary equipment for up to 24,000 bottles/hr.

       W. Amsler also supplies auxiliary equipment for complete blow molding plants, water treatment, and filling lines. These products include bottle-inspection units, air compressors, process chillers, mold temperature-control units, blow-dome spin-off trimmers, gaylord dumpers, vacuum conveyors, and blow molds. The company has also partnered with companies to provide turnkey liquid filling equipment. Other unique capabilities include in-house product development, mold design, pilot and production-run services. More details are available at  www.amslerequipment.com

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PRESS CONTACT:
Joseph Grande
413.684.2463
joe.grande@verizon.net

Caption: W. Amsler Equipment is the winner of this year’s Plastics Innovator Award from the Canadian Plastics Industry Association. Pictured here are founder Werner Amsler (center) and daughter Heidi and son Jason.

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