Sacmi highlights monobloc system for filling, labeling
KUBE modular solution inspects labeled bottles
At Brau Beviale, Sacmi showcased its technological development in filling and labeling. It highlighted its monobloc system for filling glass or aluminum bottles and cans, which is particularly well-suited for the craft brewery industry. Designed with a rapid format change system, the monobloc, composed of a rinser and a filler, is designed to handle either bottles or cans, followed by a capper for bottles and a standard seamer for cans. The idea for the two-in-one filling system is achieved because of the company’s innovative four-in-one block (rinser, filler, capper, seamer) in one machine. The patent-pending system is versatile and features solutions from 12 to 50 filling valves at production speeds from 10,000 to 24,000 bottles/cans an hour in the 33 cl format, it says. Controlled electronically through flow meters, the system is equipped with all the expedients to ensure beer quality, such as flushing and pre-evacuation, and provides a very high level of hygiene, flexibility and ease of use by the operator, the company says. In addition to its electronic control and electro-pneumatic control filling systems, Sacmi highlighted a range of labeling solutions and inspection and monitoring systems for labeled bottles including the KUBE modular solution and its new iteration, LabelCheck-360. Developed by the division of automation and inspection systems, LabelCheck-360 contains light alloy instead of traditional stainless steel and consolidated CVS360-3D software, allowing total quality control of the label and the entire bottle body, including the cap, the company says.
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