Tracking containers discharged from seamers, cappers and fillers, SampleTrac removes identified containers

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Key Stats

Sampling options
Manual or fully automated
Sampling keyed off
Filler or seamer
Remote access
For easy setup & maintenance
Optional sampling
Printer for Printing Sample Information on Sampled Containers
Made in the USA

Typical Applications

Multiple container automated sampling
Single container sampling
Automated printing

The SampleTrac is exceptionally reliable and easy to use.

The SampleTrac is designed to be an exceptionally reliable and easy to use high-speed sampling system that automatically tracks containers through the filling and seaming process. The system features a linux based software platform running on full computer, which provides exceptional sampling flexibility on the highest speed lines.

Tech Specs

Model SampleTrac
Line Speed Up to 1500 cpm
Operator Interface Touchscreen monitor 17.0″
Sampling Mode Manual or fully automatic
Construction Food Grade Stainless Steel
Ambient Temperature 0°C – 50°C (32°F – 122°F)
Power Requirements 120VAC or 230VAC, 50/60Hz single phase, 30W
Container Ejection Full lineup of ejection options available
Dimensions (LxWxH) 508 x 559 x 1626 mm


Single Container Sampling

The SampleTrac can manually sample from one specific filler or seamer head or it can sample from all heads.

Filler Sampling

Inputs from the sensors mounted in the filler, provide identification of each can by filler position and are tracked from the discharge of the filler to the inspection point to confirm exit and arrival.

Full Automated Sampling

The SampleTrac can be easily programmed to conduct periodic automatic sampling of individual heads or the entire filler or seamer.

Seamer Sampling

The SampleTrac allows automatic sampling of filled cans after discharge from the seamer. The sampling feature uses inputs from the sensors mounted on the seamer, to automatically track cans through the seamer.


Automated Printing

Our automated printing option allows fully automatic printing of detailed sampling information on each container, which eliminates the need for an expensive takeaway conveyor to properly sequence samples.