The RSC Bottle Rinser is an economical and easy way to rinse or air clean bottles prior to filling. The Rinser is situated before the Filler and is intended to run automatically, feeding the Filler a supply of clean bottles.
The machine operates by counting infeed containers, and when a full group is present the bottles are clamped and then inverted over a collection tray. A pump (or straight factory water connection) than shoots water up onto the base of the bottle. An adjustable time delay allows for you to fine-tune how long you rinse and how long you drain the bottles. Alternately, a sanitizing solution – or even product itself – can be used to rinse and recirculated into a simple 5-gallon bucket.
Once the rinse cycle is complete the bottles are then released and discharge. A backup eye is standard to prevent the rinser from releasing bottles until the conveyor is open and ready, so it will run at the speed of the filler. Various sizes can be handled from a single manifold, and dedicated manifolds allow are inexpensive and allow for quick changeovers between packages.
Economical, easy-to-use and compact. A great combination.
- Enclosure contains 6 inch touchscreen and full controls.
- Screens allow adjustment of all timers and distances to fine tune the operation.
- Intuitive tags allow operators to understand the functions of the machine.
- Backup eye prevents crashing of bottles at the push-off bar by preventing the release of bottles from the Rinser until the backup works down.
- Backup eye on the Labeler stops the Labeler when bottles backup from the Bottle Rinser.
- Design of machine is to run faster than the bottler but to wait on the bottler to process rows and then supply new rows as needed.
- Up to 8 bottles per group for rinsing
- Uses 110v electrical and ¼” quick disconnect for air input.
- Recirculation of water requires a 5 gal. bucket and machine is supplied with a pump
- Machine is adjustable for different sizes.
- Rinser can also use city tap water run through a Carbon filter for purification.
- Bolts into the end of an In-Line labeler and uses the same conveyor throughout, or can be attached to an In-Line Filler.