Model 1000, 1001, 1002 Range

British manufacturer of volumetric depositors, filling machines and transfer pumps
for the food industry


The main stay of Riggs Autopack's business is our Model 1000 depositors, filling machines and transfer pumps, Model 1001 bespoke depositors and Model 1002 conveyor filling lines. Our high quality volumetric depositors and filling machines are at the forefront in hygienic design and production efficiency, and accurately deposit hot or cold liquid, semi-liquid and suspended solid food products..

We design and build our depositors and filling machinery at our factory in Nelson, Lancashire, and supply to a wide variety of food producers throughout the UK. Clients range from artisans and start-up companies planning to use a semi-automatic depositor for the first time, through to national food groups using conveyor filling lines.

Typical food products that are suitable for our equipment include jam, marmalade, chutney, pickles, relish, honey, peanut butter, condiments, sauces, deli fillers, dips, dressings and marinades, soup, ready meals, coleslaw, pate, sandwich and pie fillings, dairy, bakery and seafood products, cake, pudding and dessert ingredients.

 
Our Machine Range

Model 1000 Standard Depositors
Model 1000 Transfer Pumps
Model 1001 Bespoke Depositors
Model 1002 Conveyor Filling Lines
Model SD Servo Drive Depositors
Ancillary Equipment
 

Semi-Automatic Applications

This requires an operator to manually place an empty container underneath the depositing nozzle of the filling machine and then press the foot pedal to start the product depositing. At the end of the product deposit, the filled container is manually removed by the operator. The process is then repeated.


Fully Automatic Applications

An empty container is automatically presented underneath the depositing nozzle(s) via a conveyor. The filling machine then accepts an external signal from the conveyor which starts the product deposit. Once the container has been filled, it's automatically removed and the process is repeated.