Glass Manufacturing & Handling Equipment
Alliance Industrial Corporation has decades of knowledge and experience in designing and manufacturing conveyors and machinery for glass manufacturing.
We develop machinery to handle glass from raw materials infeeding to completed glass product case packing. We can handle hot glass needs such as lehr unloading through quality inspection and broken glass recycling. We have tier forming devices, sterilizers and bottle capping equipment.
The Continuous Motion Diverter shifts product from a one lane into multiple lanes at line speed. It is ideal for feeding multiple downstream machines.
Our bolt-on belt-spacers/metering devices for new or existing lines ensure properly metered flow or create a gap between products on a single chain.
The Alliance Industrial Tier Forming Device builds tiers of loose glass product in preparation for palletizing by another machine, typically a robot.
Our lighted inspection stations are used to provide manufacturers a way to check glass bottles for any imperfections that may otherwise be missed.
The cullet conveyor is a trough-style conveyor that uses heavy duty belting to recycle bad bottles and broken glass or remove debris.
Our Lehr Unloaders come with a variety of options to give glass houses more control over their lines from the moment glass enters the "cold end".
Side-grip elevators and lowerators lift or lower items over a short run where the item would slip or fall on a standard conveyor incline or decline.
The Air Rinser cleans empty containers with blasts of ionized air, blowing out foreign materials, while eliminating static build-up that traps debris.
The Bottle Sterilizer is used on hot fill lines to ensure that the newly filled bottles are fully sterilized before they are packaged for shipping.
Our single-file and narrow-track spirals can move products verticallyin a very tight diameter and small footprint. Our mini-spiral measures only 44".
Side-Grip Over-the-End Transfers clear down product or debris by gripping the side to transfer items, allowing scrap to flow into a handling system.
Walk-Thrus provide a path to move across a facility by carrying product overhead to create a pathway tall and wide enough for staff or forktrucks.