Supplier's Corner

National Instrument Co.

November 14, 2005

Baltimore, MD-based National Instrument Company Inc. introduced a new series of Filamatic Digifil Filling Systems (DFS). The equipment can be used for a large number of packaging applications in the cosmetic and household product industries.
The equipment offers the ability to change both product and container in less than 10 minutes. It handles products with suspended solids.
In addition, it is applicable to systems with special fluid pathways for temperature-sensitive products, hot fills and products that are solid at room temperatures.
More info: (410) 764-0900; Fax: (410) 764-7719; E-mail: info@filamat ic.com; Website: www.filamatic.com.
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