December 4, 2017, Brooklyn Park, MN – Eastey Enterprises, a leading manufacturer of L-sealers, sleeve wrappers, shrink tunnels, bundling equipment conveyors, and now accumulation tables, introduces the TT36 and TT48 variable speed accumulation tables for product accumulation and surge back-up.

Eastey’s accumulation tables are used to temporarily stop, hold, and release bottles, cans, jars, or other containers after they are filled or cleaned. Eastey’s accumulation tables are an efficient method to balance production line rates, allowing production to continue while downstream product is halted. They also facilitate product removal for packing and prevent product damage that can occur when a production line is stopped. Optional pack-off tables are available for manual operations, and custom designs are available to suit specific application requirements.

TT36 and TT48 accumulation tables are designed with industrial conditions in mind. A stainless steel turntable, variable speed motor, dual direction drive, and simple design make Eastey’s accumulation tables a workhorse that will stand up to manufacturer’s toughest challenges. Each table is framed with tubular steel and skinned in 7 gauge stainless steel to withstand even the most rugged applications. A powder coated exterior protects the machine base from abusive conditions and guarantees years of use. For food applications, an optional stainless base is available.

Eastey’s new line of accumulation tables are available now through Eastey Enterprises network of authorized distributors. Sales inquiries can be directed to Joshua Nelson, Eastey Enterprises, 7041 Boone Avenue, Brooklyn Park, MN 55428, 1-800-835-9344.

Eastey operates as a subsidiary of Engage Technologies Corporation, parent company of Squid Ink, Eastey, AFM, and Cogent Technologies. Squid Ink is a leading manufacturer of superior quality inks and ink jet printing equipment. American Film & Manufacturing manufactures and supplies shrink sleeves and shrink labeling solutions. Cogent Technologies manufactures infrared drying systems used to dry ink in the industrial and graphics industries.


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Joshua Nelson
(763) 795-8856, ext. 1735

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