The nozzle has a collar with engagement means which when inserted into the filling spout engage a portion of the filling spout providing an effective seal.
A method of filling and sealing a sterilised container with aseptically processed matter through a sealable inlet provided with a neck portion (4) to receive a filling nozzle is disclosed.
The invention relates to a closure device for a vehicle tank filler pipe (1) which has an opening (3), provided with a flap (5), for the passage of the filler pipe (4) of a petrol pump nozzle.
A filling system for a detergent vessel comprises a reservoir (2) having a dispensing nozzle (3) and a detergent vessel (16) having a filling spout (15).
The filling spout is configured to enable the opening of the at least one container to fit about the filling spout.
The refilling spout has an exterior surface.
The container is fitted with a spout (28) for refilling with fuel.
At least two stationary sensor assemblies are positioned about the filling spout.
The apparatus includes a filling spout in flow communication with a source of filling material.
The refilling container includes a hollow body (22) a refilling spout (24) and contains a composition therein.
A filling spout for connection to the outlet on a liquid container for facilitating emptying without spillage.
A filler cap (10) for a fuel tank of a motor vehicle, the mouth of the filler spout (16) of which is arranged in a recess (18) in the vehicle body.
A flexible bag (104) is positioned in a rigid container (106), such as a fifty-five gallon drum, and the bag is filled through its spout with flowable product, such as tomato paste.
In use, the user pulls the tab (56) which opens the fill spout (22) and places a water-filled container (82) against the rest (62).
A bag filling machine having gusset pleat gripping assemblies on opposite sides of the filling spout.
The at least two stationary sensor assemblies are configured to detect whether a container is positioned about the filling spout.
A bulk bag filler for filling bulk bags having bag hanging loops and a fill spout is provided.
A method of filling such drums from a centrally aligned filling spout (23) without the need to orientate the drums by rotating them about their longitudinal axes prior to filling is also disclosed.