Inline Lidders


Pacific inline lidders are the perfect mate for Pacific inline or rotary pail fillers as well as any other brand of pail filler.

Pacific inline lidders are the system of choice for pail filling production lines requiring speeds up to 20 five-gallon pails per minute.

Our inline lidders are widely used for a variety of food and non-food products including:

  • Margarine
  • Condiments
  • Mayonnaise
  • Dressings
  • Automotive products
  • Chemicals

But filling pails is only half of the production process.

Automatically placing and securing lids to filled pails is an equally important step.

Pacific inline lidders are fully automatic and offer speeds up to 20 lids per minute.

They are designed to accommodate a wide range of round, square or rectangular lids and changeovers are toolless.

Pacific inline lidders can be integrated with Pacific inline fillers or they can feature casters that allow the lidder to move in and out of a production line as needed.

When integrated with a Pacific inline or rotary filler, lidder controls can be incorporated into the filler PLC and HMI to provide seamless ease of operation. Filler + lidder integration also offers significant cost savings versus separate control systems.

Pacific inline lidders are constructed of stainless steel and they are NEMA 4X washdown rated. They feature Allen-Bradley controls.

Multiple models and options are available including denesting, bung orientation, powered lid compression and conveyor synchronization.

Popular configurations include:

  • Magazine lid infeed – ideal for round lids that do not require bung orientation at speeds up to 20 lids per minute
  • Pick & place lid infeed – ideal for round, square or rectangular lids that do not require bung orientation at speeds up to 20 lids per minute
  • Vertical bung orientation – ideal for round lids that require consistent orientation of the lid bung or pour spout at speeds up to 8 lids per minute

For more information about Pacific inline lidding systems, technologies and applications click here.




Pacific inline lidders are the perfect mate for Pacific inline or rotary pail fillers as well as any other brand of pail filler.

Pacific inline lidders are the system of choice for pail filling production lines requiring speeds up to 20 five-gallon pails per minute.

Our inline lidders are widely used for a variety of food and non-food products including:

  • Margarine
  • Condiments
  • Mayonnaise
  • Dressings
  • Automotive products
  • Chemicals

But filling pails is only half of the production process.

Automatically placing and securing lids to filled pails is an equally important step.

Pacific inline lidders are fully automatic and offer speeds up to 20 lids per minute.

They are designed to accommodate a wide range of round, square or rectangular lids and changeovers are toolless.

Pacific inline lidders can be integrated with Pacific inline fillers or they can feature casters that allow the lidder to move in and out of a production line as needed.

When integrated with a Pacific inline or rotary filler, lidder controls can be incorporated into the filler PLC and HMI to provide seamless ease of operation. Filler + lidder integration also offers significant cost savings versus separate control systems.

Pacific inline lidders are constructed of stainless steel and they are NEMA 4X washdown rated. They feature Allen-Bradley controls.

Multiple models and options are available including denesting, bung orientation, powered lid compression and conveyor synchronization.

Popular configurations include:

  • Magazine lid infeed – ideal for round lids that do not require bung orientation at speeds up to 20 lids per minute
  • Pick & place lid infeed – ideal for round, square or rectangular lids that do not require bung orientation at speeds up to 20 lids per minute
  • Vertical bung orientation – ideal for round lids that require consistent orientation of the lid bung or pour spout at speeds up to 8 lids per minute

For more information about Pacific inline lidding systems, technologies and applications click here.