BBULL FLEX SORTER
Accurate Segmental Rejection System for Containers with the Most Different Measurements
Distorted or not exactly positioned containers after the
process are often causing faults and stops of the
lines. Usually the conventional rejection systems
containers off, but do not escort them to their final
In order to solve this problem BBULL TECHNOLOGY
the rejection system “BBULL FLEX SORTER”.
The containers are escorted during the entire rejection process.
Thus a reliable rejection without twisting and seizing is assured.
The BBULL FLEX SORTER operates independent of the
containers’ weight, dimensions and conditions.
Maintenance and cleaning times are reduced to a minimum
and system malfunction caused by jammed cullets or other
foreign objects is avoided by installing the
SORTER above the conveyor.
Independent of the conveyor type the BBULL FLEX SORTER
can be installed very space saving.
Due to its modular design the BBULL FLEX SORTER can be easily adapted to new containers at any time.
MODE OF OPERATION
BBULL FLEX SORTER
Above the transport level the bracket for the single segments is applied across the conveyor.
A segment consists of the displacement paddle’s drive and the displacement paddle itself.
Each segment is activated separately.
By means of the well-directed kneeling of the displacement paddle in the containers’ raceway they are escorted to their final position (analogue to the use of a guard railing).
| multi-segmental rejection from 8 to 24 segments
(incl. container escorting to their final position)
| rejection of containers with most different measurements
| extensive touch with the
containers, thus especially
suitable for displacing instable packing units
| displacement paddles can be arranged client-specific
without modifying the basic module
| modular design, so adaption to new tasks is easy and
| arbitrary number of displacement segments and
arbitrary displacement distance
| best access to the modules for maintenance and
| applicable for variable speeds up to 0,7 m/s or 6000 c/h.
| variable distribution of the
containers from 1 lane
to 2 or 3 lanes