We offer the widest technical range of liquid filling machines in the world. The typical filling line is composed of filling, capping, and labeling machinery. Our lines are built and supported by Inline Filling Systems in our Florida, USA plant.
It is a single-head overflow filler that uses an air diaphragm pump to provide semi-automatic operation. The fill is controlled by air switches and the pump is regulated by the supplied controls. Hands are required only for handling the containers.
The system provides consistent fill volume without complete operator attention. It is the lower-cost choice filling machine with an option to fully automate in the future, but is limited on number of filling heads. Only a small footprint (floor space) required.
Filler is 304 stainless steel tubular frame with NEMA 4X enclosures for full wash-down capability
Filler frame top mounted supply tank with float switch control to maintain fill head pressure
Constructed of stainless steel and stainless shrouded aluminum components where required for complete washdown capability
Footswitch controlled to free operator’s hands for bottle handling tasks
Pneumatic operated nozzles (nozzles for sanitary applications quoted separately)
Nozzle timing protocol is PLC controlled for high accuracy fills
Automatic drip tray and supply regulation
Precision manual bottle height adjustment
Automatic drain and clean cycle
Batch bottle counter
Control panel uses a 40 character two line digital display with multiple product profile menu
What does it cost?
Our complete filling lines are custom designed to meet the specific features of your application and production needs. Contact our sales team today to get an accurate estimate for your project.
Valves are offered for food grade, chemical, and bottom-up-fill applications. Your applications engineer will recommend the best pump for your range of product.
Available in a variety of chemical resistant materials.
Used for very precise fill volumes for chemical applications
Internal Shutoff Valve
Used for sanitary and bottom-up-fill applications
Nozzle tips are available in a wide selection of design, sizes and construction materials based on the specific application. Those shown below are only a small sample of our designs. Your applications engineer will recommend the best nozzle for your range of products.
External Shutoff Nozzle
Internal Shutoff Nozzle
Swaged Internal Nozzle
Inline Filling Systems has designed and manufactured many standard and specialty tanks ideally suited to your specific application.
For a wide range of FDA and USDA regulated products
PChem Duty Polypropelene
For a wide range of industrial chemical applications
Closed-Loop, self-contained systems for hot fill applications
Bottom Up Fill Capability: This filler comes standard with a diving nozzle rack that can lower the nozzle to the bottom of the container when the fill cycle starts. By filling with the nozzle at or underneath the liquid, foam generation on difficult products is virtually eliminated
UPGRADEABLE: Filler can be upgraded to fully automatic operation at any time in the future with no service call required!
Air: 7cfm @ 80psi Electrics: 110V 1p 50/60 Hz
Other electrics available on request at additional cost
About Inline Filling Systems
Who We Are
From humble beginnings, we’ve grown with our customers throughout the decades and never compromised on quality. No matter if you’re just getting started or ready to upgrade your production line, we have the industry expertise to get your product moving. With over 700 packaging machinery products, engineering experience spanning over 25 years, and $100MM of installations in over 50 countries, Inline Filling Systems is your worry-free choice for turnkey liquid packaging installations.
Our machinery is designed, fabricated, and supported by us in our Florida, USA facility. We install our complete liquid filling lines all over the world and provide continual support and service as your lifelong production partner.
Our Philosophy About Machine Design
From the very start, we decided that we would build the best quality machinery with the finest materials and most reliable components we could find in the United States. We chose this design philosophy without knowing if the marketplace could afford this simple focus on quality alone. We were pleased to learn that despite our uncompromising focus on quality, our machinery remains very competitively priced. This quality-first design philosophy is an extension of the customers we wish to serve – driven, goal-oriented people who recognize the link between having the best quality tools for the job and being economically successful.