OEM expands servo, control capabilities to improve accuracy

Oct 27, 2016

In 1969, Richard Edington established All-Fill to target the dry powder filling market, which had an immediate demand for machines that could adapt to the industry’s evolving needs. By the end of the company’s first year in business, it installed thirteen auger-filling machines in the field. In the early ‘90s, All-Fill moved away from its staple semi-automatic auger filler following the rapid technological changes and introduced its first servomotor auger filling machine, the model B-SV-300. Today, the OEM occupies a 65,000-sq.-ft. facility in Exton, Pa., and has sold more than 17,000 machines, while actively broadening its use of servo technology.

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