KR101042178B1 - Packing System of Food and Method Thereof - Google Patents

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KR101042178B1
KR101042178B1 KR1020080100815A KR20080100815A KR101042178B1 KR 101042178 B1 KR101042178 B1 KR 101042178B1 KR 1020080100815 A KR1020080100815 A KR 1020080100815A KR 20080100815 A KR20080100815 A KR 20080100815A KR 101042178 B1 KR101042178 B1 KR 101042178B1
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65BMACHINES, APPARATUS OR DEVICES FOR, OR METHODS OF, PACKAGING ARTICLES OR MATERIALS; UNPACKING
    • B65B25/00Packaging other articles presenting special problems
    • B65B25/001Packaging other articles presenting special problems of foodstuffs, combined with their conservation
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65BMACHINES, APPARATUS OR DEVICES FOR, OR METHODS OF, PACKAGING ARTICLES OR MATERIALS; UNPACKING
    • B65B43/00Forming, feeding, opening or setting-up containers or receptacles in association with packaging
    • B65B43/42Feeding or positioning bags, boxes, or cartons in the distended, opened, or set-up state; Feeding preformed rigid containers, e.g. tins, capsules, glass tubes, glasses, to the packaging position; Locating containers or receptacles at the filling position; Supporting containers or receptacles during the filling operation
    • B65B43/46Feeding or positioning bags, boxes, or cartons in the distended, opened, or set-up state; Feeding preformed rigid containers, e.g. tins, capsules, glass tubes, glasses, to the packaging position; Locating containers or receptacles at the filling position; Supporting containers or receptacles during the filling operation using grippers
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65BMACHINES, APPARATUS OR DEVICES FOR, OR METHODS OF, PACKAGING ARTICLES OR MATERIALS; UNPACKING
    • B65B55/00Preserving, protecting or purifying packages or package contents in association with packaging
    • B65B55/02Sterilising, e.g. of complete packages
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65BMACHINES, APPARATUS OR DEVICES FOR, OR METHODS OF, PACKAGING ARTICLES OR MATERIALS; UNPACKING
    • B65B57/00Automatic control, checking, warning, or safety devices
    • B65B57/02Automatic control, checking, warning, or safety devices responsive to absence, presence, abnormal feed, or misplacement of binding or wrapping material, containers, or packages
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65BMACHINES, APPARATUS OR DEVICES FOR, OR METHODS OF, PACKAGING ARTICLES OR MATERIALS; UNPACKING
    • B65B61/00Auxiliary devices, not otherwise provided for, for operating on sheets, blanks, webs, binding material, containers or packages
    • B65B61/28Auxiliary devices, not otherwise provided for, for operating on sheets, blanks, webs, binding material, containers or packages for discharging completed packages from machines
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65BMACHINES, APPARATUS OR DEVICES FOR, OR METHODS OF, PACKAGING ARTICLES OR MATERIALS; UNPACKING
    • B65B7/00Closing containers or receptacles after filling
    • B65B7/16Closing semi-rigid or rigid containers or receptacles not deformed by, or not taking-up shape of, contents, e.g. boxes or cartons
    • B65B7/28Closing semi-rigid or rigid containers or receptacles not deformed by, or not taking-up shape of, contents, e.g. boxes or cartons by applying separate preformed closures, e.g. lids, covers
    • B65B7/2842Securing closures on containers

Abstract

Currently, the method of packaging Japanese sweets, dried persimmons, yokan, etc. is that the person places the container on the shelf, puts the ice cream in the container, puts the sweets and the like on the liver, and wraps the food and the like in a cap. The packaging method as described above has a problem that takes a lot of manpower and takes a lot of time. The present invention is to solve this problem is to configure the container magazine for positioning the container on one side of the conveyor frame to arrange the container in rows and rows according to the drive of the conveyor and from the Kanji magazine to the container arranged as described above Pull it out and place it on top of the container. As above, after placing the kanji on the top of the container, the object to be packaged (Japanese confectionery, dried persimmon, yokan, etc.) is placed on the kanji and the next step is to transfer the conveyor to the step of placing the cap on the top of the container. The packaging is completed by taking caps such as Japanese sweets, dried persimmon, and yokan from the cap magazine and closing the cap on the upper part of the container. The process of taking out the containers from the container magazine one by one and positioning them in the conveyor groove, the process of withdrawing sheets of paper from the magazine magazine and placing them on the container, the process of withdrawing caps one by one from the cap magazine and placing the cap on the container cylinder, By automatically using a cylinder sensor and a rotating cylinder, there is an effect of reducing the manpower demand and hygienic packaging of the food.
Conveyor, Linear Motor, Rotary Cylinder, Sensor, Controller, Alcohol Spray Nozzle, Air Compressor, Vacuum Adsorption, Magazine, Solenoid, Piston, Valve, Homing Regulator, Beam Sensor, Spring

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Packing System of Food and Method Thereof}

The present invention relates to a device for packaging a manufactured Japanese confectionery, yokan, cape fowl, etc. It is an object of the present invention to automatically package the food, etc. in a container to enable mass packaging with a minimum number of people in a short time. The present invention as described above is a conveyor system for conveying the food step by step and the container, the paper and the target food by the cylinder and the rotating cylinder, and also the vacuum adsorption and vacuum breaker by the vacuum generator and the container and paper, cap The food is automatically packaged by holding and vacuuming at a constant position.

The present invention relates to a method for automatically packaging Japanese sweets, yokan, dried persimmons, etc., which are already manufactured, and a method and an apparatus for automatically packaging ice cream cones similar to the above-mentioned fields are known from the registered patent publication No. 10-0561934. . The above-mentioned patent uses a mechanical mechanism in the form of a gear to change the direction of the cone or the way of conveying the package object by the conveyor system, and there are many mechanical components, thus causing many troubles and thus inefficient operation. . In order to solve the above problems, the packaging system has a simple structure by absorbing and transporting a container, a slip sheet and a cap by using a cylinder and a rotating cylinder, redirecting the slip sheet and the cap at the upper part of the conveyor, and placing the cap at a predetermined position. In addition, by attaching a sensor that detects the setting of the vacuum value and the position of the cylinder piston, the system drive and sensor signals for each step are linked to increase the operation reliability of the food packaging system and to efficiently perform automation.

The present invention relates to the packaging of Japanese confectionery, dried persimmon and yokan, and is intended to automatically perform step-by-step operations of packaging Japanese confectionery, dried persimmon and yokan. Conventional Japanese confectionery, dried persimmon, yokan packing each step is to place the empty container, place the liver on the container, put the object on the liver, and cover the container (cap) to complete the packaging of the food. In the conventional food packaging method as described above, each step operation is generally performed by a human hand. Manual work by such a person is not only economical because it requires a lot of people and takes a lot of time. In addition, since such manual work is mostly done by human hands, problems with infections such as E. coli and viruses are present in hygiene.

The present invention to solve the above problems is to work by using a cylinder to suck, transport and arrange the sensor and packaging container, slippers, caps for positioning and vacuum value manual operation by humans In order to improve efficiency, the packaging of Japanese sweets, dried persimmons, and foods is made hygienic.

The present invention as described above can reduce the working time and convenient work by automating the packaging of Japanese confectionery, dried persimmon, yokan and the like made manually by human hands using a conveyor and a cylinder. It also has the effect of solving the hygiene problems that occur when handling.

The present invention relates to the automatic packaging of Japanese confectionery, dried persimmon, yokan and the like in a container, and packaging using a conveyor and a cylinder. The present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. 1 is a perspective view of the present confectionery packaging system of the present invention. When the vacuum adsorption pad set to a constant vacuum value from the container magazine 2 holding and holding the food containers in a stack is attracted and pulled by one container, the container supporting part supporting the container is moved left and right by the operation of the solenoid to rotate the rotating cylinder. The vacuum adsorption pad connected to the piston of the container draws out the containers one by one from the container magazine and descends, and the rotating cylinder holding the drawn container receives the vacuum of the vacuum adsorption pad as the falling proximity sensor detects the container's descent. Is positioned in the groove of the groove portion 1 moving integrally with the Kenveyer 33, and after a certain time (about 0.2 seconds), the conveyor moves forward one step, so as to be positioned at the position where the next container should be located. Will be. At this time, the vacuum suction pad of the rotating cylinder for taking out the container enables the conveyor to be moved in a completely moved state to the lower part of the conveyor. In addition, the conveyor upper groove 1 has four grooves in a row for positioning the containers at regular distances, and the distance between the rows has a constant length, and between the rows and rows at once to position the next container from the container magazine. The linear motor moves the conveyor by a certain length of. In addition, the container magazine is composed of four pairs of four containers at a time by four vacuum adsorption pads are adsorbed, and when the cylinder bar is lowered into the through hole of the conveyor by the piston lower in the cylinder, the four containers in one row groove (1) Will be located in the groove. The vessel located on the conveyor is then moved a certain distance by the linear motor for the next process of covering the bins with each of the vessels as described above. Next, the vacuum adsorption pad of the rotating cylinder is sucked by the vacuum suction pad of the rotary cylinder, which is laid in a layer in the magazine magazine 3, and then turned into a designated angle, and the adhesive paper is placed on the container. If the piston in the cylinder descends after the vacuum adsorption pad of the rotary cylinder sucks back the zigzag and turns, and the piston in the cylinder descends, it is detected that the position of the rotary cylinder bar is lowered by the upstream sensor in the rotating cylinder, and the vacuum of the vacuum pad is discarded. The liver is placed on the container. In this way, the container is continuously placed in the groove of the groove of the conveyor, and also the interliner is continuously placed on the container placed in the groove of the conveyor groove 1. Next, people put hygiene gloves on objects such as Japanese sweets, dried persimmons, and yokan to be placed on the container's ice sheets. Through this process, when the conveyor is further advanced by a linear motor, the alcohol disinfection device 12 installed on the conveyor finishes the disinfection process by spraying the edible alcohol on the food at regular intervals according to the control command of the controller. After the disinfection process is completed, the conveyor is driven again by the linear motor so that the food is moved to the bottom of the magazine. After being moved to the lower part of the cap magazine 4, the vacuum suction pad of the rotating cylinder at the lower end of the roll magazine 4 absorbs the cap and then moves backward, and turns 180 degrees to cover the cap on the container. The vacuum suction pad of the rotating cylinder is set to a constant vacuum value, and the cap is sucked backwards, and when the rotating cylinder piston descends after turning 180 degrees, the rising end sensor of the rotating cylinder detects the falling of the cylinder piston The vacuum is broken so that the cap is placed on the container. After the cap is placed on the container as described above, when the container is positioned at the lower portion of the pressing pad 5 by a certain distance, the pressing pad compresses the cap of the container to complete the combination of the container and the cap. Next, as described above, the packaged food container in which the container and the cap are completely combined is piled up as a packaged food discharge part separating the packaged food by further moving forward and backward by the driving of the forward and backward cylinder part 6 and the conveyor, and the people are packaged by manpower. The entire operation is completed by packing the packaged foods stacked on the food outlet 13 in a box. In FIG. 1, the movement distance of the conveyor step by step is determined by the origin adjuster 103, and the controller controls the origin adjuster to move the conveyor, controls the rising and falling of each cylinder and the rotating cylinder, and the back of the vacuum pad. It is to control the vacuum forming and vacuum destruction of the alcohol, and to control the spraying of alcohol periodically in the alcohol disinfection apparatus for disinfection of food. In addition, the sensor used in the present invention is a vacuum value measuring sensor for setting the vacuum value, and the falling end sensor and the rising end sensors in the rotating cylinder operate in conjunction with the controller 9. The controller 9 also controls to maintain the vacuum value of the vacuum pad at a constant setting and to destroy the vacuum of the vacuum pad.

Next, the operation of the system will be described in detail with reference to the operation steps from FIG. 2.

FIG. 2 relates to a container withdrawal for containing Japanese confections, dried persimmons, yokan, etc. from the container magazine 2, and a plurality of containers are stacked on the container magazine 2. The container placed in the container magazine 2 is vacuum-adsorbed by the vacuum suction pad 26 which is interlocked with the rotating cylinder 28 for pulling out the container, and the rotating cylinder bar 27 for pulling out the container is passed through the through hole 32. It is to descend by descending. The containers of the container magazine 2 are placed on the container support 30 and the stacked containers 21 on the top of the container support 30 are supported by the container holder 22. One side of the container holder 22 is fixed to the support 25 with bolts and nuts, etc., and one side is configured to support the container by adjusting the entry and exit by the solenoid drive unit 23. In addition, the container support portion 30 is configured to be movable left and right so that the container adsorbed by the vacuum suction pad 26 of the cylinder can be drawn out to the lower side. The power source to move left and right of the vessel holder 30 is made by the force of the solenoid drive unit 24 is coupled to the vessel holder. In other words, when the container for drawing out the container sucks out the container, the container is pulled out by causing the solenoid of the solenoid driving unit 24 to be excited to open the container supporting part left and right. The solenoid driver 24 and the support part support bar 31 are supported by the support 25. Referring to the operation of the container take-out rotating cylinder, the container take-out rotating cylinder 28 is connected to the tube and an external air compressor (not shown) that sucks and discharges air to drive the piston in the cylinder. do. When the controller gives out a container withdrawal control command, the solenoid valve (located on the duct of the rotating cylinder and the air compressor) is turned on, the air is injected into the rotating cylinder for drawing out the cylinder, and the cylinder piston is raised to lift the rotating cylinder bar (27). To advance to the upper part, and when the container touches the vacuum suction pad 26 at the end of the rotating cylinder bar 27 for container withdrawal, a vacuum is formed from the vacuum generator 15 inside the vacuum suction pad 26. The vessel is to be suction held in the vacuum suction pad 26. Next, as described above, the vacuum suction pad 26 holding and holding the container can transfer the cylinder piston to the lower side by controlling the discharge of the air of the rotating cylinder for drawing out the container. The container in 26 is lowered to be positioned in the groove of the groove 1 of the conveyor 33. The rotating cylinder bar 27 for withdrawing the container enters and exits into the groove through hole 32 of the groove 1. In addition, when the container drawn out from the container magazine is located in the groove of the groove portion 1 as described above, the signal of the falling proximity sensor 29 is outputted and the vacuum of the vacuum suction pad 26 for container extraction is discarded by the signal. By controlling, the container is placed in the groove 1, and the rotating cylinder 28 for container take-out waits in the next operating state. At this time, the vacuum suction pad is lowered completely below the lower part of the conveyor when the rotating cylinder 28 for drawing the container is lowered so that the recess 1 in the upper part of the conveyor can be transported for a certain distance. In order to take out the container again, the vacuum suction pad of the rotating cylinder 28 for taking out the container rises through the through hole 32, and when the container touches the container, a vacuum is formed. As described above, the vacuum generator is controlled in the vacuum adsorption pad to form and destroy a vacuum. The air is injected into the cylinder by an air compressor to raise the piston to raise the cylinder bar 27, and to discharge the air in the cylinder. The control to lower the bar 27 is handled by the controller 9 and the controller 9 is provided with a separate container withdrawal on / off switch for starting and ending the container withdrawal operation as described above. The container withdrawal on / off switch is for starting and closing the container withdrawal operation separately from the entire automated operation. The container withdrawal operation process requires the existence of a container in the container magazine so that a vacuum is formed in the vacuum adsorption pad 26, the process is automatically transferred to the next operation, and when there is no container in the container magazine, a vacuum is not formed in the vacuum adsorption pad 26. It does not go to work. In addition, by changing the container withdrawal-free switch to the position of nothing, the withdrawal operation of the container from the container magazine 2 is stopped irrespective of the entire automation operation.

 3 shows a state in which the container is drawn out by the suction cylinder rotating cylinder 28 and located in the groove of the groove portion 1. At this time, the cylinder bar 27 indicates that the conveyor belt can be transferred by completely descending to the lower portion of the conveyor belt 33.

Figure 4 is a perspective view of the configuration of the liver sheet feeding system of the liver sheet magazine. The kanji is placed on the kanji support jaw 16, and in order to keep the kanji in a fixed state, it is provided with a push bar 49 at the rear of the stacked kanji, and the kanji is fixed by the nurumba 49. .

FIG. 5 is a drawing showing the removal of the kanji from the kanji magazine 3 in a state where the container is withdrawn from the container magazine 2 and located in the groove of the upper recess 1 of the conveyor 33. The process of withdrawing Kanji from 3) is explained. In FIG. 5, the slip sheet is laminated on the slip sheet magazine. In the rear end of the stacked kanji magazine, the kanji pressing portion 49 is placed. The slip sheets stacked on the slip sheet magazine 2 are separated by the vacuum generation by the vacuum generator 15 of the vacuum suction pad 42 when the vacuum suction pad is brought into contact with the slip sheet by the piston lift of the rotary cylinder 45 for pulling the slip paper. Is sucked and held. The rotary cylinder 45 for extracting the slip sheet is controlled by a controller to control a solenoid valve (located on the connecting pipe between the slip sheet rotary cylinder and the external air compressor) and the rotary cylinder for extracting the slip sheet by the external air compressor ( A piston and a rotary cylinder bar 48 which can enter and exit by injecting and discharging air into 45 are coupled, and the rotary cylinder bar 48 supports a support bar 43 holding four pairs of suction pad support bars 44. ) Accordingly, the slip sheet held on the vacuum suction pad as described above is retracted by the piston in the slip sheet extraction rotating cylinder 45 descending, and the lower end sensor in the cylinder operates to rotate by the rotation of the slip sheet rotating cylinder 45. It is rotated at an angle and positioned at the upper part of the container, and by injecting air into the rotary cylinder 45 for the interleaving paper, the piston rises and the rotary cylinder bar 48 advances. The vacuum of the vacuum adsorption pad 42 is discarded by detecting the advance of. In other words, both the lower end sensor and the rising end sensor are provided inside the rotating cylinder 45 for extracting the slip sheet. In order to extract the slip sheet, the cylinder bar 48 due to the entry of the piston of the slip sheet extracting rotary cylinder 45 is provided. Is raised and in contact with the kanji, the rising end sensor signal of the above-mentioned kanji pullout rotary cylinder 45 is sensed to form a vacuum by the vacuum generator 15 on the vacuum suction pad 42, so that the kanji is suction pad At 42, adsorption holding is carried out, and when the slip sheet is sucked and held by the vacuum suction pad 42, the piston of the slip sheet extracting rotary cylinder 45 is lowered to take out the slip sheet. When the piston is lowered in order to pull out the slip sheet, the lower end sensor of the slip sheet rotary cylinder 45 detects a signal so that the slip sheet rotary cylinder 45 rotates, and when it comes to the upper part of the container, The piston of the rotating cylinder is raised so that the signal of the upstream sensor is sensed, so that the vacuum of the vacuum adsorption pad is destroyed. 6 shows a state where the slip sheet is placed on the container. When the kanji is placed on the container as shown in FIG. 6, a work of placing an object, such as Japanese confectionery, dried persimmon, and yokan, on which the kanji is to be placed on the kanji is made by hand. In addition, the controller 9 is provided with a slip switch. If there is a slip sheet in the slip sheet magazine 3, a vacuum is formed in the vacuum adsorption pad 42, and the next operation is automatically progressed. If no slip sheet exists in the slip sheet magazine 3, it is not transferred to the next piece. . In addition, the kanji with / without switch provided in the controller is to stop only the kanji withdrawal operation irrespective of the entire automation operation. It stops automatically.

Fig. 7 shows an edible alcohol disinfection device 12 for spraying alcohol after placing sweets, dried persimmons, yokan and the like on a container sheet. The disinfecting alcohol is stored in the primary storage container 84, and if necessary, the shutoff valve 85 is opened and the alcohol is returned to the secondary storage tank 81. When the food comes to a certain position in accordance with the conveyance of the food container on the food container, the controller 9 drives the motor pump 82 for alcohol injection and includes a timer to control the alcohol to be sprayed at a predetermined time. When the motor pump is driven in the above is to spray the alcohol like a mist from the alcohol injection nozzle (80). The controller 9 may also be provided with an on-off switch for alcohol disinfection to allow the person to choose to stop the alcohol disinfection process if necessary.

FIG. 8 is a view showing a cap withdrawal process of the cap withdrawal rotating cylinder 68 from the cap magazine 4 after the operation of placing the food on the sheet is completed and disinfection is completed. In the cap magazine 4, the cap is placed in a stack. The caps placed in the stack are safely placed by the cap support part 65, and the cap support part 62 supports the caps stacked in a stack on the cap support part 65. The cap support part 62 supports the caps stacked in and out from the left and right by the solenoid drive part 61. In addition, the cap support portion 65 can also move in and out from side to side by the solenoid drive portion 63, and the solenoid control of the cap withdrawal rotating cylinder 68 and the cap support portion 65 and the cap support portion 62 is controlled by a controller ( It is automatically controlled by the command of 9). In addition, the solenoid driving parts 61 and 63 are fixed to the cap lead-out body by the support part 76. The cap withdrawal unit as described above further includes a cap for rotating cylinder 68 for cap extraction and a vacuum cap adsorption pad 69 for adsorption and holding the cap by vacuum. The vacuum cap adsorption pads 69 are supported by pairs of pad support bars 71. The vacuum cap adsorption pad 69 is raised by the piston lift of the cap drawing rotating cylinder 68, and the cap which is suction-held by forming a vacuum in the vacuum cap adsorption pad 69 by the detection of the rising end sensor is The cap is pulled out by the piston for retracting the rotating cylinder 68 piston and 180 degrees of the cap withdrawal rotating cylinder is made by the detection of the lower end sensor by the piston retracting. When the rotation is 180 degrees as described above, the piston of the cap withdrawal rotating cylinder 68 is raised to raise the rotating cylinder bar 67, so that the cap is positioned at the top of the container. The cap pull-out rotating cylinder 68 is provided with a rising end sensor and a falling end sensor therein, and the rising end sensor transmits a signal to the controller when the cylinder bar 67 of the cap taking out rotating cylinder reaches the cap. The vacuum cap adsorption pad 69 is lowered by forming a vacuum in the vacuum cap adsorption pad 69 so as to attract and hold the cap. will be. As described above, when the cap pullout rotating cylinder 68 is lowered and the cylinder lower end sensor is detected, the cap pullout rotating cylinder 68 rotates and the cylinder bar 67 of the cap pullout rotating cylinder 68 is located at the top of the container. ) By raising the piston to position the cap on top of the vessel. When the vacuum cap adsorption pad holding the cap is located above the container as described above, the signal of the upstream sensor of the cap withdrawal rotation cylinder 68 is output, thus destroying the vacuum of the vacuum cap adsorption pad 69 The cap will be placed on the container. In the cap withdrawal operation as described above, the control such as raising and lowering and rotating of the cylinder and vacuum forming and breaking of the vacuum suction pad is performed by a controller command by sensor detection. The rise and fall of the cap pull-out rotating cylinder 68 piston in the above is made by adjusting the air in the cylinder by the air compressor. The air injection control from the external air compressor in the above consists of a solenoid valve by the control of the controller 9. The cap withdrawal operation as described above is performed automatically when the cap is present and a vacuum is formed on the vacuum adsorption pad. The controller also has a separate cap withdrawal switch. The cap withdrawal with / without switch is to stop the cap withdrawal operation when the cap withdrawal with / without switch position is changed to nothing when it is desired to stop the cap withdrawal operation regardless of the entire automation operation. 9 shows a state where the vacuum cap adsorption pad 69 holding the cap is rotated 180 degrees by driving the rotation means 70 of the cap withdrawal rotation cylinder 68 and positioned at the top of the container.

10 is a view showing a process of pressing and fixing the cap after placing the cap on the top of the container. The pressing bar 73 is coupled to the pressing cylinder bar 75 so that the chuck cylinder bar 75 advances and enters by a piston in the pressing cylinder 72. Piping out and entering of the piston in the above is made by injecting and discharging the air of the air compressor by the control of the solenoid valve by the controller. 10 shows a state where the compressed cylinder bar 75 is retracted. In addition, after the cap is compressed, the compression cylinder bar 75 is automatically retracted by the springs 74 at both sides of the compression bar 73.
FIG. 11 shows a state in which the caps of the conveyor upper container are pressed by the pressing bar 73 by the advance of the pressing cylinder bar 75.
FIG. 12 is also a perspective view of the compression bar lateral springs 74 in place of the four pairs of caps, compression cylinder 72 and compression bar 73 for ease of understanding.

Figure 13 relates to the operation of separating the defective and regular products after the food packaging, such as Japanese sweets, dried persimmon, yokan. The poorly packaged product, that is, the defective product whose cap is not squeezed well in the container, is guided to the lower end 101 of the packaged food discharge path, and the cap and the container are well compressed and held by the rising / lowering cylinder 92 to lift the well. The goods are transported to the upper end 100 by the discharge of the packaged food. In the case of the poorly packaged product, when the vacuum adsorption pad 91 absorbs the packaged food to raise the packaged food, the cap is separated from the product and the packaged food does not rise, so that the packaged food is lowered from the packaged food discharge path ( 101). In addition, when the operation of pressing the cap on the container is completed as described above, the next operation is to transfer the packaged food to the packaged food discharge furnace. In order to transfer to the discharge path as described above consists of a forward and backward cylinder 99 for adjusting the forward and backward and the rising and falling cylinder 92 for controlling the movement up and down. The lifting cylinder 92 for raising and lowering the vacuum-absorbed finished product packed with food is provided with a lifting cylinder bar 93, which is raised or lowered by the piston operation of the lifting cylinder 92. In order to lift the packaged food container, when the forward and backward cylinder bars 96 of the forward and backward cylinders 99 move forward and the signal of the forward forward sensor of the forward and backward cylinders 99 is detected, the piston of the rising and lowering cylinder 95 Descend down. When the rising and falling cylinder bar 93 is lowered by the piston lowering of the rising and lowering cylinder 95 and a signal of the rising end sensor is sensed, a vacuum is formed in the vacuum adsorption pad by the vacuum generator. Next, when the food container holding the vacuum adsorption pad 91 is lifted to the rear of the piston of the descending cylinder 92 and the signal of the lower end sensor is sensed, the cylinder bar is moved back and forth to the piston of the forward and backward cylinder 99. When (96) retreats and transfers the packaged food container to the packaged food outlet, when the signal of the cylinder backward sensor is detected, the vacuum of the vacuum adsorption pad 91 is discarded and the product is dropped to the upper portion of the packaged food discharge to separate. It is.

FIG. 14 shows a state in which the rising and lowering cylinder 92 sucks up the packaged food container by vacuum formation of the vacuum adsorption pad 91, and then the forward and backward cylinder bars 96 retreat to approach the packaged food discharge path. In order to vacuum-adsorb the packaged food container by the vacuum adsorption pad 91 and to destroy the vacuum, the rising / lowering cylinder 92 is operated with the rising end sensor and the falling end sensor, and the rising / lowering cylinder 92 The rising and falling of is performed by the forward and backward sensors of the forward and backward cylinder 96. The driving of the ascending and descending cylinder and the forward and backward cylinder as described above is performed according to the command of the controller 9 by the sensor detection, and the adsorption for dropping the product into the packaged food outlet after the packaged food container is transferred to the packaged food outlet. Vacuum formation and destruction of the pad 91 are also made sequentially according to sensor detection and command of the controller 9. That is, when the forward and backward cylinder bar 96 is advanced by the air injection of the cylinder and the signal of the forward end sensor is received, the piston of the rising and lowering cylinder 92 descends and the rising end sensor of the rising and lowering cylinder 92 descends the piston. The suction and holding of the packaged food container is made by forming a vacuum in the vacuum adsorption pad 91 so as to adsorb the packaged food container, and when the piston rises by the air discharge of the rising and lowering cylinder 92, The lower end sensor signal is detected and the piston is retracted by releasing the air from the forward and backward cylinders. When the reverse is completed as described above, the reverse end sensor 98 of the forward and backward cylinder detects the reverse of the piston and discards the vacuum of the vacuum adsorption pad 91 to discharge the packaging container to the packaged food discharge path. The aforementioned series of interlocked operations are performed by the sensors and the controller 9. The withdrawal of the packaged food container is a vacuum container of the vacuum adsorption pad 91 when the food container is present, and the next operation is performed. The controller is also equipped with a separately packaged food container discharge switch. The packaged food container discharge presence / absence switch may be configured to stop the discharge of the packaged food container by switching the position of the packaged food container discharge presence / absence switch to nothing when it is desired to stop the discharge of the packaged food container separately regardless of the entire automation operation. Make up

     15 shows the origin adjuster 103 as a reference for various control commands of the controller. The origin adjuster is to turn on the linear motor. The linear motor is turned on and off when the conveyor moves by a certain distance and stops, and the container is taken out, the sheet is taken out, the cap is taken out, and when the above operation is completed, the conveyor is moved again by the operation of the linear motor. It is to move and to repeat the operation again. The origin adjuster 103 is composed of a travel-only sensor unit and an origin adjustment sensor unit to rotate the conveyor by moving only a certain distance by a linear motor and rotates in conjunction with the linear motor. In FIG. 15, the rotating body of the rear part is a driving-only sensor unit 107. When the rotating body is rotated so that the groove of the rotating body is positioned on the beam sensor 105, the beam of the beam sensor is received to speed up the traveling speed of the linear motor. To slow speed. In addition, the rotating body of the front part is the home position adjusting sensor unit 106 and the rotating body rotates while the speed of the linear motor is changed to a low speed by the beam sensor 105 detection signal of the driving-only sensor unit. When the beam of the beam sensor 108 is received, the linear motor is stopped. The groove of the driving-only sensor unit 107 and the groove of the home-adjusting sensor unit 106 are formed to be spaced apart from each other by a predetermined distance, so that the home-adjusting sensor unit 106 after a certain time elapses after the beam sensor of the driving-only groove receives the beam. The beam sensor of the beam sensor 108 is configured to be received so that the home position adjustment is performed accurately. The automatic packaging system as described above has improved the work efficiency by automating a large part of the work process, it is effective to make the work hygiene by reducing the work by humans.

1 is a perspective view of the present confectionery packaging system of the present invention

Figure 2 is a container drawing unit configuration applied to the present invention

Figure 3 is a container withdrawal state in which the container is placed on the conveyor after taking out the container

Figure 4 is a perspective view of the magazine magazine applied to the present invention

5 is a block diagram of the liver extracting section applied to the present invention

Fig. 6 is a state diagram of a slip sheet placed on a container

Figure 7 is a confectionery alcohol sterilization apparatus configuration applied to the present invention

Figure 8 is a cap drawing part configuration applied to the present invention

9 is a cap lead-in state in which the cap is located on the top of the container

10 is a configuration of the cap crimping portion applied to the present invention

11 is a state in which the cap on the container and pressed

12 is a perspective view of the cap pressing portion applied to the present invention

Figure 13 is a schematic drawing of the confectionery withdrawal portion of the present invention illustrative

14 is a state in which the packaged food discharge unit holding the packaged confectionery is raised as an example of the present invention

15 is a perspective view of the origin adjuster applied to the present invention

              Description of the Related Art [0002]

1: groove, 2: container magazine,
3: magazine magazine, 4: cap magazine,
5: pressing bar, 9: controller,

12; Alcohol disinfection apparatus, 13: packaged food outlet,
14, support portion, 15: vacuum generator,

      22: container holder, 23, 24: solenoid drive unit,

26: vacuum adsorption pad, 27: cylinder bar,
28: rotating cylinder for container withdrawal, 29: falling proximity sensor,
30: container base portion, 32: through hole,
33: conveyor, 41: slip sheet,
42: vacuum suction pad, 43: support bar,
45: rotating cylinder for extracting slip sheet, 46: vacuum forming pipe,
48: rotating cylinder bar, 49: push bar,
80: alcohol spray nozzle, 84: alcohol primary storage container,
62: cap support portion, 65: cap support portion,
68: cap pull out rotating cylinder, 61,63: solenoid drive unit,
69: vacuum adsorption pad, 73: compression bar,
74: spring, 92: ascending cylinder

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  5. A conveyor 33 which repeats the movement and the stop by the linear motor drive in which the movement and the stop are controlled by the origin regulator 103;
    A vacuum suction pad 26 for suction holding and holding a container of the container magazine 2 in a vacuum in order to position the container in the groove of the groove portion of the conveyor upper portion, and the container held by the vacuum suction pad for the conveyor upper groove 1. A container withdrawal section consisting of a rotating cylinder 28 for container withdrawal for positioning in the;
    A vacuum suction pad 42 for suction holding and holding the separator in vacuum from the separator magazine 3 in order to position the separator on the container, and a rotating cylinder for extracting the separator between the suction holding separator and the upper portion of the container. An ice sheet extracting unit composed of 45);
    A cap for sucking and holding the cap from the cap magazine 4 to the vacuum to draw and cap the cap on the upper portion of the container on which the slip sheet is placed, and a cap for turning the absorbed holding cap to be positioned on the top of the slip sheet. A cap withdrawal portion composed of a drawing rotation cylinder 68;
    A cap crimping part for pressing and fixing the cap of the upper part of the container;
    A vacuum generator (15) for forming a vacuum in a vacuum suction pad of the container withdrawal portion, the slip sheet withdrawal portion, and the cap withdrawal portion;
    An air compressor for supplying air to a cylinder of the container withdrawal portion, the slip sheet withdrawal portion, and the cap withdrawal portion;
          And a controller (9) for controlling the container withdrawing portion, the slip sheet withdrawing portion, the cap withdrawing portion, and the cap crimping portion.
  6. The method of claim 5,
    Food packaging systems,
    A food packaging system, characterized in that further comprises a packaged food outlet for discharging the packaged food container to the discharge path.
  7. The method of claim 6,
    Food packaging system.
    Food packaging system, characterized in that further comprises an alcohol disinfection device (12).
  8. The method of claim 6,
    Food outlet
    A vacuum suction pad for suction holding the packaged food container;
    A lifting cylinder 92 for lifting a packaged food container;
    And a forward and backward cylinder (99) for guiding the packaged food container lifted by the rising and lowering cylinder to a food container discharge path.
  9. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The rotating cylinder 28 for container withdrawal of the container withdrawal part,
    A food packaging system comprising a falling proximity sensor (29).
  10. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The rotating cylinder 45 for extracting the slip sheets of the slip sheet extracting unit,
    A food packaging system comprising a down-end sensor and a rising-end sensor.
  11. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The cap extracting rotating cylinder (68) of the cap extracting unit is provided with a lower end sensor and a rising end sensor.
  12. The method of claim 8,
    Ascending and descending cylinder 92,
    A food packaging system comprising a rising end sensor and a falling end sensor.
  13. The method of claim 12,
    The forward and backward cylinder 99 is
    A food packaging system comprising a forward diagnostic sensor and a reverse diagnostic sensor.
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