A running list of things we've acquired or found available for sale by Alard Equipment Corporation; used food processing and packaging equipment.

Alard Equipment Corporation, 6483 Lake Avenue, Williamson, New York 14589, 315-589-4511 (phone), 315-589-3871 (fax)

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ROTARY ACCUMULATION TURNTABLE, 5 foot diameter, stainless steel, Y3036


60 inch diameter
ROTARY ACCUMULATION TABLE,
ACCUMULATING DISC / FEED DISK /
UNSCRAMBLER / TURNTABLE,
food grade stainless steel...

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An ELF Model 60TT 5 foot diameter stainless steel turntable accumulating disc, pack-on disc, pack-off disc, for food packaging line container handling applications.

FEATURING:

  • Food grade stainless steel disk-top, stainless steel base / cabinet, with tubular stainless steel frame and legs.

  • Underside wood disk-backing for strength, complimented by load-bearing trunnions e.g. for heavy, full / glass containers.

  • Presently set at a 32 inch working height on on locking rolling casters for portability.
  • y3037f_crop_email.jpgComplete with adjustable 2-bar stainless steel guide rails with plastic runner inserts, for accumulation of, jars, cans, bottles, trays, cartons, tubs, or buckets.

  • Complete with variable speed controller for gearmotor drive, 110 volt single phase electrical input (standard household current).


As of this writing, this 5 foot diameter pack-on / pack-off disk is in stock at Alard, in EXCELLENT operational, mechanical electrical, and cosmetic condition, available for immediate shipment.

CALL 315-589-4511 to confirm availability, and to discuss your particular food pakcaging equipment needs.

Alard item reference #:Y3036

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This page contains a single entry by Michael C. Shults, Alard Equipment Corp published on December 7, 2018 1:29 PM.

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