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Maxson Offers In Line, Accurate Counting System

Press release from the issuing company

November 5, 2007 -- Maxson Automatic Machinery Co., (Westerly, Rhode Island), offers an pneumatically actuated tag inserter that provides a dependable actuation of the tag feed out and tag cut off.  Compressed air passes through an adjustable flow control valve and actuating an air cylinder, feeds out 6" (150 mm) of tag stock.  When the solenoid is de-energized, (after a dwell time that allows a few sheets to gather on top of the tag), the cylinder which fed the stock out, retracts, cutting the tag off.
The tag inserters can be easily mounted on rotary sheeters, printing presses and the like.  Because of the compact design, the units can be placed in tight quarters in various positions.  The narrow snout of the tag inserter permits access in difficult to reach applications.  Thousands are in operation, installed because of the tag inserter's outstanding reliability and jam free operation.
Using a counter/multiplier, at a preset count a solenoid is activated that initiates the tag insertion, insuring an accurate count within the pile.
Please contact Brent H. Burdick, Director of Sales & Marketing, for further information or your graphic requirements for the enclosed photographs at [email protected] or by telephone at (401-596-0162)