Air Evacuation Unit
Dyco’s Air Evacuation Unit uses a vacuum blower to tighten a plastic liner to the sides of the box, creating additional protection against outside contaminants. Available in four different options – built-in, inline, stand-alone, or with an integrated pusher.
Air Evacuation Units
Built-In Air Evacuation Unit
Dyco’s Built-In Air Evacuation Unit integrates as part of the box loading station. Once the operator places the box on the loading base, the vacuum blower begins evacuating the air between the bag liner and the box. Meanwhile, as the air leaves, the box loader picks the first row of bottles to start the box loading process.
- Designed to handle a variety of box sizes
- Comes with complete PLC control system
- Programmable with variable timers for starting and stopping the process
Inline Air Evacuation Unit
Dyco’s Inline Air Evacuation Unit works well with either a new or an existing box loading system. Once an operator loads a box onto a conveyor, the box will stop at the unit and the air evacuation process begins. After the bag has been sucked into the box, the side walls of the unit drop and the conveyor continues.
Air Evacuation Unit with Integrated Pusher
Dyco’s Air Evacuation Unit with Integrated Pusher requires an operator to place the box onto the system to start the air evacuation process. Once completed, the integrated pusher moves the box onto the conveyor to begin box loading.
Stand-Alone Air Evacuation Unit
Designed to handle a variety of box sizes, Dyco’s Stand-Alone Air Evacuation Unit requires an operator to place the box onto the system to start the air evacuation. Once completed, the operator removes the box from the system and then loads another box onto the unit to begin the process again.