• Pneumatic Capper
  • This shows the back with its adjustable slots for height
  • With the hinged safety shield up
  • Pull both levers forward to cap a bottle.

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Item #: S85
Our Price: $629.99
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Low Inventory - Only 1 In Stock, Will Ship On: 10/20/2018.
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Description 

• Pneumatic for effortless operation
• Cap hundreds of bottles per run
• Includes quick release air fittings
• Hinged safety shield for ease of use
• Twin levers prevent operator injury
• A massive 47 pounds

This heavy duty commercial grade Air-Matic Pneumatic Capper is ideal when you have an air supply and a need to do a lot of bottles of the same height. It will cap non twist cap beer bottles from 5½" to 16" in height, and features two capping heads, one for the American standard 26mm crimp beer bottle cap, and the other for the European 29-31mm crimp bottle cap (which fits many European champagne bottles, and Belgian beer bottles). The 29-31mm cap will also drive plastic champagne corks into wine bottles. It fits bottles from 1¾" to 6" in diameter.  A unique hinged safety shield is easier to use than models with fixed safety shields.

This features dual air valves, so both black air valve levers must be pressed at once to cap a bottle (which prevents an operators hand from getting crushed by the capper). An adjustable bottom bracket makes it easy to line up your chosen bottle size so it is right under the capping head, saving a lot of time when you have a lot of bottles to cap.

24 inches tall, 11 inches wide, and 12 inches deep. Requires 125psi of air pressure, and uses 1CFM of air. Includes a quick disconnect air fitting that will screw onto a male 1/4" NPT air inlet for attaching your air line. Made in Italy.

This heavy duty capper weighs 47 pounds, and ships for $6.99 flat rate anywhere in the 48 states.

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Aaron
11/22/2017 8:51:16 AM
Is the compressed air just to run the machine but we can use CO2 to pump the beer?
Compressed air for the Air-Matic must be supplied by an air compressor you supply. C02 can of course be used to pump beer.
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