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  1. Design CCR Model D t-corker with cache barrel. http://designccr.com/corkers/model-d/ I have a very lightly used model D semiauto t-corker for sale, we bought for our initial start up phase but within a few months decided we needed something a little more substantial to pair with our bottling line. These things are basically bullet proof and can function for a long time with little to no maintenance. This unit includes 2 slide trays for the main two cork diameters, 21.5mm and the 19mm shanks. Initially purchased for $6,000 plus an additional slide tray ($350). This unit is practically brand new. Asking $5000 OBO. Thank you, Jesse 1.360.929.4441 jesseparker@distillersway.com
  2. We have a semi-automatic Corking Machine and Labeling Line for sale. We would prefer to sell them both at the same time as they work well together but would consider selling the separately. The Corking machine is from CCR Engineering and is designed for a wide variety of T Top type corks. We purchased this machine two years ago and it has been working extremely well ever since. Because of the way it is designed it vibrates to move the corks down the line. The only maintenance we have found is that a few screws need tightened every week or so. The Corking machine was purchased new for $4750. Our labeling line was built for a round or tapered bottle. It will put front and back labels on perfectly and runs of electric and compressed air. There is also a cork strap portion of the labeling line that works but due to cork straps being difficult to adhere there always was a need for slight adjustments to the cork straps. The cork strap portion can be used or skipped if that is or is not your type of seal. The bottling line was also purchased new for $19,000. The labeling line and corking machine can handle sizes from 375ml to 1L round and slightly tapered bottles. In line with two employees we average 7 bottles per minute or a little more than 400 bottles per hour. All in we have $23,750 into these two pieces of equipment. We are asking $12,500 for the pair. If you are interested in one or the other I would break them down as follows. Corking machine $3000. Labeling Line $10,000. Call or email Dave at 614-357-1896 or dave@watersheddistillery.com . The reason for the sale is that we purchased a fully automated line but this served us well through years 4-6 of our business.
  3. Like new CCR engineering T Top corking machine. This unit has been in use for 18 months at our distillery with no issues. Once setup you can do 2000+ corks per hour. We are selling because we have upgraded our bottling line to an completely automatic unit. This unit cost us $5500 new. Selling for $4000 firm. Please email dave@watersheddistillery.com with interest or questions. Thanks Dave
  4. CCREngineering

    Corkers and Conveyors

    Hey Everyone We are joining up with Tapi corks again this year and will be bringing our new conveyor system to the San Diego ADI conference next week. We have had a lot of interest in fitting our corkers to existing bottle conveyor systems so we have worked hard this year to make this an option. We now have stand alone corkers to fit just about any needs, we can fit a corker to your conveyor or we can put together a complete, brand new conveyor and corker system.
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