Allied Automation designs and manufactures a wide variety of special purpose capping machinery that secures most cap types onto a wide assortment of complex containers. From child resistant caps to snap caps to caps that require tightening torque, our machines handle the most demanding needs and vary from manual to semiautomatic or fully automatic.
Even if you have unique capping requirements, our custom solutions can accommodate your needs. We achieve high production speeds while guaranteeing accurately sealed containers.
Allied Automation’s systems can be servo or cam driven, straight line or rotary, and can offer full automation including filling, capping, sorting, labeling and packaging in a turnkey, seamless process. Designed for ease of operation, service, and repair, our capping machinery can be designed to meet all USDA and FDA sanitary standards.
Allied Automation provides custom packaging solutions for new or non-standard package designs. Practical knowledge and superior engineering go into making an Allied Automation packaging system ideally suited to your needs. Our technologically advanced, industrial packaging machinery for the pharmaceutical, consumer products, and other industries guarantees:
Long machine life
Low operating costs
Our custom packaging solution will include materials handling consulting, design, engineering, fabrication, installation, and integration services.
Allied Automation’s systems can be servo or cam driven, straight line or rotary, and can offer full automation including filling, capping, sorting, labeling and packaging in a turnkey, seamless process. Designed for ease of operation, service, and repair, our packaging machinery can be designed to meet or exceed all USDA and FDA sanitary standards.
Electrical Switchgear Machines
Allied Automation is a designer and fabricator of quality switchgear and control assembly systems for commercial and industrial applications. We provide custom solutions for high voltage and high load applications such as large transformer manufacturing.
We have designed and fabricated many systems for the electrical switchgear industry. These systems typically perform product assembly operations and other tests such as hi-pot, continuity, ground bond, and current trip, which ensure the safety of personnel. Allied Automation can handle your application from small devices to Substation scale components.
As an Allied Automation client in the electrical switchgear industry, you will receive multiple benefits from the installation of a custom system built to your requirements:
Increased production speeds
Better quality control
Reduced throughput time
Improved supply chain synchronization
Contact us today to find out more about our project development process and how we can customize a solution that’s just right for you.
Ground Bond, Continuity, Current Trip & Hi-pot Testing Systems
As a manufacturer, you can be assured that the electrical safety tests and routine production tests our systems carry out in your production line will guarantee the electrical safety compliance of your products. Allied Automation knows how to keep the voltage where it belongs. Implementing Hi-pot testing in a production environment requires not only guaranteeing a proper connection to your DUT. It requires the containment of the Hi-pot voltage within the system. Allied Automation knows what it takes to isolate high voltage from process controls.
Allied Automation’s control panel design and fabrication passes Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) Inspection and Certification. Compliance certification by third-party inspection is now required by many countries, states, and counties.
Allied Automation is happy to facilitate NRTL inspection for compliance with any number of standards, including:
Explosion Proof Categories
Ground Bond and Hi-Pot Testing System
This system is used to check a large variety of contact points for proper wire connection and to perform a number of hi-pot tests of the wire insulation and meter base. A (2) station dial plate is used to allow loading during the testing process in the rear of the machine.