Good to know
A healthy lifestyle and increasing mobility in society are resulting in a steadily growing demand for functional milk beverages and dairy products in unbreakable plastic bottles. Our Innosept Asbofill reliably bottles the most sensitive of products, thus meeting even the highest demands for the utmost hygiene. The machine fills milk, mixed milk, sports, yogurt and coffee beverages and fruit and vegetable juices into PET and HDPE bottles in outstanding quality. Both fillers give excellent results for the medium capacity range of up to 24,000 bottles an hour. The difference between the two machines is their filling volume range, which is between 100 ml and 750 ml for the ABF 611 TWIN and from 250 ml to 2,000 ml for the ABF 711 TWIN.
Well thought out
The compact, modular linear design of this filler is particularly suitable for frequent format changeovers and small product batches and gives you maximum aseptic safety while requiring a very small aseptic zone. Our filler can be supplied with a servo capper and/or film/foil sealer, fruit chunk dosing unit and nitrogen application as required. Aseptic filling technology from KHS – safe, reliable and hygienic.
- Precise sterilization of bottles and closures with H2O2 aerosol
- Independent of the bottle design, thus maximum process flexibility
- Maximum aseptic safety in the minimum amount of space thanks to the compact linear design
- Profit in the long term from low operating costs while enjoying a high level of production reliability
- Do away with the need for extra water during the production cycle
- Our full maintenance program ensures high efficiency and investment profitability
Brief description: Special option for filling liquid and chunky products.
Characteristics: Filling of fruit chunks with max. dimensions of 10 x 10 x 10 mm
Containers/preforms: Up to 2,000 ml
- Non-alcoholic soft drinks and dairy products with chunks
- Products with chunks
Output: Up to 24,000 bottles per hour
Convincing: Chunks filled in a separate station
Brief description: The unit doses liquid nitrogen after filling. This reduces the amount of residual oxygen in the head space of the filled bottle.
Characteristics: Depending on the filler type, after filling residual oxygen values in the head space of ≤ 1% on linear machines (ABF/ESL) and ≤ 3% on rotary machines can be possible. This process allows the bottle weight to be reduced compared to a bottle without internal pressure.
Brief description: On the servo capper each capping element is controlled by a vertical/rotary servomotor. This enables all relevant capping process parameters for each bottle to be processed to be electronically monitored and controlled in real time.
Characteristics: At the end of the capping process the process parameters are evaluated and documented and any incorrectly capped bottles marked for rejection.