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Optimus Accumulation

Did you know?? Accumulators are designed to maximize efficiency by keeping the filler running during normal stoppages by adding temporary storage between production machinery. Check out a video of our Optimus Accumulator!

Devils Backbone Bike Ride

Check out some footage from Sentry’s very own Joe Monopoli and Matt Kramer who participated in the 75 mile bike ride to benefit NOCC that was hosted by Devils Backbone Brewing Company this past weekend!

Tip of The Week – 6 September 2016

Please check routinely to ensure that conveyor chain links are not damaged or missing.

Low Level Bulk Depalletizer

Low Level Bulk Depalletizer NEMA 12 rated control enclosures house the primary electrical components.  The panels contain the main disconnect, all of the Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 40 Series variable frequency drives, and an Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 700S Series variable frequency drive with built-in Drive-Logix processor for controlling the hoist lift. The climate controlled cabinet also contains an Allen-Bradley […]

Featured Product Monday- 15 August 2016

Basket Erector & Inserter Sentry built basket production equipment is designed to offer the brewing industry machinery that delivers both high output and long service life. We offer both basket carrier erectors and carrier inserters for any size production line. The Sentry RCE series of baskets erectors are continuous motion designs, and as such are […]

Tip of The Week- 2 August 2016

Low Level Case Palletizer

Job Postings-13 July 2016

Company Overview Sentry is a North American based full service provider of conveyor equipment and related container handling machinery. Located in Central Virginia, Sentry employs approximately 200 people that specialize in integrating packaging equipment and conveying systems into cost-effective and efficient plant designs.   Sentry, an employee-owned ESOP company, remains among the leaders in the […]

Hybrid Case Palletizer – 27 June 2016

Hybrid technology is basically a combination of conventional and robotic handling practices.  A case routing zone replaces need for a case switch and pneumatic case diverters.  A multi-axis SCARA servo positioner (one or two depending on the line speed), automatically tracks, turns and redirects the product to its intended lane. Contrary to mainstream robotics, the […]

Tip of The Week- 21 June 2016

  The Excessive use of dry lube will cause chains to lose the friction properties necessary for proper handling of the product.  

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