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Beaver Machine Debuts Tube Vender, Square Globe

by Staff Reporter
Posted On: 5/21/2009

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Beaver's Bernie Schwarzli shows off NB Tube Dispenser at NBVA trade show.

Beaver Machine Corp. took the wraps off two innovative venders during the National Bulk Vendors Association's recent show in Las Vegas. The first, the NB Tube Dispenser, sits atop the company's popular Northern Beaver platform and vends resealable 1" by 5" tubes. It was shown in prototype form.

Each vender holds 100 tubes, occupies an 11" square footprint and stands 30" tall. Units are easily fitted onto any rack that will accommodate the NB series, and accommodate full-size displays. A choice of coin mechs is available.

The vendible tubes provide operators with the ability to offer a wider range of merchandise, from confections and gum to toy novelty items. Products up to 5" long and 7/8" in diameter can be vended.

Operators can expand beyond the confines of standard capsule sizes and shapes, officials explained, adding that the new vending format will intrigue and attract patrons.

The company also introduced a square globe for its smaller RB bulk venders. The polycarbonate globe fits on any of the firm's RB machines, provides greater capacity than the standard round globe and allows operators to mount live displays.

The Square Beaver features solid-colored body and die-cast metal parts that are triple chrome plated. It includes choice of 10 dispensing conversions and nine standard body colors.

Call (800) 265-6772 for more details.