Our Machine Selection
Inline Filling Systems has engineered complete liquid filling lines for over 20 years. The typical filling line is composed of filling, capping and labeling machinery ENTIRELY built and supported by Inline Filling Systems in the USA. Other complex systems that include sophisticated third party equipment from our USA business partners are also entirely engineered, integrated, tested and installed by us in our complete lines. Our experience has been so extensive and diverse over the years that it includes multiple applications across all major industries. As evidence of this claim, we invite you to click on any of the industry links below to review our files of almost 60 complete filling project line drawings by industry, application, and machine type.
Filling machine capacities range from the humble manual filler operating at 10 containers per minute (CPM) to high-speed rotary systems operating at 1000+ CPM. Inline Filling Systems specializes in machines for companies producing up to 200 CPM as well as startup companies producing less than 1000 containers per day.
Used for bulk filling of 5-gallon pails by volume only. (See Net Weigh Fillers for filling pails, totes, and drums by weight) This is an economical alternative to filling pails with bulk chemical and other typical low-cost liquid products.
Used for bulk filling of 55 gallon drum filling, tote filling, and liquid filling of other palletized bulk sizes e.g. 25 gallon barrels, etc. Can be configured to fill either by weight or volumetrically (or a combination of both) Available in chemical duty or food grade construction.
Used for water thin liquids with no particulates and whose bulk density and flow characteristics do not change with atmospheric or temperature changes. Usually specified in chemical environments where recirculation is not practical. The time gravity filler is an effective low-cost technology with limited flexibility.
Scale based filling system used for products sold by weight. Can be used for bulk products sold in totes and pails as well as for precise weights of smaller volume products that have a very high manufactured value. Output is typically lower with a higher capital cost on this type of filler.
Used for small volume, accurate fills of ultra-clean or high-value liquids such as reagents, essential oils, pharma preparations and other applications where no cross contamination is permitted. Only low viscosity liquids can be used on this machine. The fluid path is disposable making cleanup very fast and efficient.
Used primarily for thick viscous liquids and/or particulated products with limited changeovers. Examples include liquid soaps, cosmetics and heavy food sauces where positive displacement or high-pressure filling is required. Also excellent for volumetric filling of expensive products where high accuracy is needed. Higher capital cost but even small machines can produce very high output.
Extremely flexible and versatile filler designed to fill almost any liquid or semi-liquid product in almost any volume. Using state of the art digital controls, this filling technology boasts the fastest changeover and cleanup time of any other technology. Capital cost is significantly higher for this type of filling machine than more conventional types.
Automatic monoblock fill cap plug systems are typically small footprint platforms designed to handle small or inherently unstable containers that cannot be practically filled and closed on intermittent straight line packaging systems. High capital cost machine dedicated to a narrow range of containers and closures.
Used for food products filling brine and vinegar solutions into various sized containers with varying solids contents. Specialty overflow filling machine is constructed with anti-corrosion characteristics and specialty nozzles depending on the application. This filler solves some unique problems associated with hand packing of food products in liquids.