Precise Packaging Services, LLC 
Field Services

Field Service Representation

 

Charged with the vital task of increasing productivity, today’s managers are faced with an ever increasing demand to do more with less.  With a thinly spread staff, it is difficult, if not impossible, to meet your customers’ needs for support and problem resolution.

 

You can look to Precise for swift on site representation.  Field services we offer include:


  • Capper, sorter and in-feed evaluation and adjustment    
  • On site defect sampling per Mil Std 105D statistical plans or a plan of your desire
  • Evaluation of in-line cappers such as the Resina “U” series and Kaps-All A6 & C8 machines 
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  • Evaluation of rotary chuck cappers such as Alcoa, Zalkin and Consolidated
  • Application and removal torque testing with detailed results sent same day
  •  Evaluation and training on Induction Welding process 
  •  Dimensional inspection of bottles and caps to verify specification conformance
  • Line Conversion Support including Sorters, Cappers and Induction Welders
  •  Review findings with user’s management when requested and/or facilitate conference call with your team

  

 

Machine Maintenance and Routine Preventative Maintenance Services

 

With over thirty years of experience in closure lining, QA\statistical process control, closure design and development, Precise Packaging Services has the broad knowledge base and host of contacts to insure the filling/capping portion of your packaging line is designed and running at its best.

 

We offer a one to two day line evaluation service to measure output variables such as rates, seal integrity, torques, and defect levels.  We will provide written recommendations along with cost quotes for making suggested improvements, if desired.

 

Precise also contracts for routine visits and phone support to keep lines running efficiently.

 

Should general maintenance or a complete machine refurbishment be needed, we can do this on site or in our facilities in Evansville, Indiana, whichever makes the most economic sense.