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Ager Tank &
Equipment Co.

PO Box 10688
Portland, OR 97296

Phone: (503) 222-7079
Fax: (503) 222-7459

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RA Pearson Partition Inserter 3405 RA Pearson Partition Inserter Water, Pharma, Petro, Food, Brewing, Beverage more info
Used R.A. Pearson, model Y1904 Partition Inserter. The machine was manufactured in 1981. It was operating at approximately 40 CPM and was previously utilized in a blow molding application. Electrics are 230-460/3 phase and it is currently set up for 460 volt power.
Marq Trayformer 3356 Marq Trayformer Water, Pharma, Petro, Food, Brewing, Beverage more info
Used Marq Trayformer. The machine was manufactured in 1987 and used as a show display machine until 1990 when it was sold. It is equipped with an LTI Dynaply hot melt system. The machine is also equipped with the Marq compudrive system for controlling machine function and glue pattern. Machine is a right hand machine with the corrugated magazine on the left and the tray discharge on the right. It is equipped with two forming mandrels with measurements of 17 7/8 inches x 11 _ inches and 11 _ inches x 9-_ inch. These male mandrels can be fabricated. The outside, or female portion of the forming head is adjustable. Electrics are 220-440/3 phase. Machine was previously in operation in a bottled water facility. It was removed from service and replaced with a faster machine.
Hartness Case Packer 2101 Hartness Case Packer Water, Pharma, Petro, Food, Brewing, Beverage more info
Used Hartness International case packer Model 850. The machine was manufactured in 1991. This is an all stainless steel machine utilizing plastic tabletop chain. This is a dual head machine dropping containers into two cartons at a time. This machine has a mechanical trip mechanism rather than the air bag system. Hartness rebuilt the machine in mid 1996 at which time the air transfer was changed to a mechanical trip operation. The machine has not been put back into service since that time. Machine is designed to run at up to 25 cycles per minute (50 cases). Machine is currently set up with change parts to run 2 liter and 3 liter soda bottles. Hartness can convert the machine to continuous motion and has done so on many of the existing machines.

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