Natoli Engineering Company, Inc announces an addition to their Tablet Compression Accessories Catalog—metal detectable dust cups and bellows.
About Dust Cups and Bellows
Dust cups are a low-cost solution that aid in keeping lubrication off die tables and out of tablets. Bellows provide additional protection for tooling and presses by blocking formulation from collecting on tools, reducing tool wear and binding.
Natoli metal detectable dust cups and bellows are made of silicone and infused with trace amounts of an iron additive. If a dust cup or bellow begins to break down, sensors in metal detectors will reject the contaminated tablets.
Multiple Sizes and Styles Available
Natoli metal detectable dust cups and bellows are available in #1, #2, and #3 sizes in the tip-mounted style dust cups, “B,” “D,” and FS12 sizes for barrel style dust cups, and “B” and “D” sizes for bellows. Currently all metal detectable dust cups and barrels produced are black in color.
“The metal detectable dust cups and bellows are a fantastic addition to our current line of quality products. We are excited to bring this option to our customers, and are continuously developing new and innovative tablet accessories to help reduce costs and increase customers’ bottom lines.” –Cory Terry, Natoli Parts and Catalog Manager.
A free sample pack of each style is available by signing up through the Natoli website at the following link: https://natoli.com/dustcups/ Natoli metal detectable dust cups and bellows are available for purchase at https://natoli.com/ or by contacting a Natoli Representative.
Natoli is the innovative, global leader in tablet compression tooling manufacturing with a network of sales representatives worldwide. Family owned and headquartered in St. Charles, Missouri, USA, Natoli offers customers a multitude of products and services, including tablet compression tooling, production and R&D tablet presses, replacement parts for most major tablet press brands, tablet press accessories, tablet design software, technical training, metallurgy studies and more.
SOURCE: Natoli Engineering Company, Inc.