Filling machines, fillers, are used to transfer various types of products from storage containers to small containers used by end users. The different types of products that are packaged and the containers they contain have different properties.

Hence there are many processes, techniques and machines used to fill products. You can also get more information about  the best pill filler online via

Things to consider when choosing a suitable filling machine

  • Material Types: From very thin liquids to semi-liquid products, pastes; Products are solid, stable, volatile, foamy, hot and cold.
  • Types of containers: Various shapes and sizes of glass bottles and jars, plastic bottles and cardboard boxes, metal boxes, vials, ampoules, tubes and bags made of plastic or paper bags.
  • How products are measured: by volume, weight or numbers.
  • Speed requirements: relatively slow manual operation, semi-automatic, full automatic
  • Any special requirements for working with the product
  • Installation costs

Various types of liquid filling systems

Volume filling – a system based on self-pumping cylinders. A piston moves in this cylinder and the stroke length and diameter of the piston determine the filling volume

Plunger Filling – The charger is activated by a signal sent to the engine from the start switch or foot pedal. This signal activates the rotary valve so that the product can exit the funnel into the cylinder.

Servo filling – the machine has its own pump system for connecting the engine to the main tank. The fluid flow is measured and converted into an electronic signal which is controlled by a PLC based circuit.