On the occasion of Drinktec Fair in Germany , the group Serac will present a new line of ultra-clean blowing-filling and capping machines, specifically designed for dairy milk products' packing at rates lower than 12 000 bottles/hour. Thanks to this innovation, the on-site milk bottles' blowing is no longer the reserve of high packing rate.
An ultra-clean packing inspired by the Serac aseptic know-how
This new monobloc solution, called Combox, includes a H2F filler (Highly Hygienic Filler) adapted to hygiene criteria for dairy products commercialised in refrigerated circuit. Inspired by the latest Serac innovations concerning the aseptic packing, the H2F filler has yet been designed in an ongoing effort for cost optimization to be within the reach of a maximum number of manufacturers.
An accessible blowing/filling solution
As far as the integrated solutions for primary packing are concerned, the manufacturers of medium size dairy products had hitherto little choice : carton packing adaptable to low rate packing, and bottles' blowing-filling-capping lines often oversized compared to their needs. With the Combox H2F, Serac proposes a tool to their measure which allows them to enjoy the benefits of the on-site blowing.
Blowing PET bottles combined to the weight dosage for rotating machinery
As far as filling is concerned, the group Serac, having an experience of over 40 years, pursues its diversification by integrating the blowing of PET bottles in a monobloc solutions to be adapted to its solutions of weight dosage for rotating machinery. The blowing-filling and caping proposed by Serac relies on a unique and patented system allowing to move from the sequential flow of the blower to the continuous flow of the rotating filler.
Designed to meet the need of emerging markets for dairy products packed in bottles PET and the need of segments with low volume and high added value, Combox H2F Serac should arouse the interest in France and abroad.
Combox H2F will be on display and demonstration on the Serac stand: Hall A6 – Stand 334