One killer Maheen.
We just started using a 6 head filler a couple months ago. It runs like a champ. These are some of the improvements I can see that could be done. The tray that catches the crowns that fall off needs to be about twice as wide to catch all, I would love to have a load on table twice as long but I understand there would be other issues with that many bottles pushing down. I wonder if a wide, leveled conveyor at the top of the load on ramp running very slow might work? The out of index issue seems to only happen when we let the bottles on the loadon side get too low. But it is nasty when it happens. We have the titanium rods that either bust the bottle or the filler rod gets pushed all the way up to the top of the machine and usually cuts the hose. So we must cut the hose an inch shorter and push the rod back down. There is also at least 5-7 gallons of blowoff per 100 cases, I hate to lose beer but I guess it is the cost of bottling. We are running it pretty fast (60 cases per hour) which seems to be about as fast as a carbonated beverage can be done. But we are still learning. Oh and some sort of blead off valve at the top of the manifold so one can bleed air and water off the main intake hose all the way up to the top. Those are all my amature engneer takes on our wonderful Maheen.
CBO "Chief Brewing Officer" / Zymurgist
Bluegrass Brewing Co
636 East Main St