Devices that are used to buffer, accumulate and offload containers, package components and packages between machines or stages in a production operation.

Devices that accumulate and offload containers and packages on a single, often horizontal level, such as a bi-directional accumulation table for aluminum cans.

Also known as turntable accumulators, these buffering machines store containers or packages on a flat rotating disk, for example, filled pharmaceutical vials.

Buffering system that accumulates and conveys containers or packages by elevating them in a spiral or helical formation above the line, as an example, buffering containers on high-volume bottle filling line.

A buffering system that aligns horizontal rows of containers or packages through indexing and then elevates the indexed rows in a vertical fashion as a stack, often used for high-volume lines.