3 Tier Bottle Roll Machine Product

Key Information

  • Consists of 15 x 3 meter long rollers in three layers of 5
  • Rollers are Linatex coated
  • Each roller driven by a long life O-ring sealed chain
  • Has a capacity of around 250 x 4.5 litre jars (air freight version capacity is slightly less)
  • Machine can also accommodate 2 litre as well as 1 litre jars
  • Power requirements for standard equipment are 415VAC, 50hz, three phase at 1.5KW (other power supplies may be accommodated)

3 Tier Bottle Roll Machine

MPC has also produced two versions of a three tier bottle roll machine. One version was constructed to be flat packed for shipment by air.

The machines consisted of 15 x 3m long rollers in three layers of 5. The rollers were Linatex coated and each roller was driven by a long life O-ring sealed chain.

The machine has a capacity of around 250 x 4.5L jars. The air freight version capacity is slightly less.

The machine can also accommodate 2L as well as 1L jars.

Power requirements for the standard equipment are 415VAC, 50Hz, three phase at 1.5KW. Other power supplies may be accommodated.

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