The line is served by two operators. The first puts an empty container on the conveyor and monitors the cork and labelling equipment. The second takes packets from the tunnel and forms the pallet packaging.
Firstly the empty containers get into six-slot auto dosing and pouring equipment where the containers are filled according to the required quantity. Filled containers are transported to the corking equipment where they are corked in a special bunker where corks are oriented beforehand. Corked containers go into double-labelling equipment which is coordinated according to containers forms i.e. round or flat. Depending on that executive mechanism are selected. Before labelling, they are date marked.
Filled, closed and sealed containers move to the packages classifier, where depending on the containers capacity and preset parameters automatically forms packages, which are transported to packaging tunnel where they are coated with thermal shrink-wrap.
Second operator has to remove on time outgoing packets from the tunnel to avoid packets from getting plugged in the tunnel and to ensure continuous work.
In the event of emergency, each of the operators has the opportunity to stop all the line or specific equipment. After the emergency stoppage, all equipment is reviewed and inspected. Nearly all system equipments can operate in autonomous fashion, independently of other machines to facilitate adjustment.