CAN FILLER WITH ELECTRONIC FLOWMETERS
Can Filling and Sealing machines are specially designed for the filling of carbonated and non-carbonated beverages such as cola, soda, fruit juice, cold tea and energy drink into cans. In addition, by pressurizing the product boiler using sterile air or nitrogen gas, non-carbonated beverages such as water and fruit juice can also be filled. Filling is carried out with the latest technology electromagnetic volumetric measurement methods.
Various models of filling machines, ranging from 24 valves to 100 valves, with a capacity up to 72,000 boxes per hour are available for the consideration of the manufacturers.
Unlike conventional gas filling machines, level control is done volumetrically by means of electromagnetic flowmeters. Electromagnetic flowmeters offer a fast and error-free solution as they electronically calculate the fluid volume.
Product input: Special “Product Intake Group” ensures that the carbonated beverage is fed slowly and without turbulence by preventing the foaming during its introduction into the product boiler. It is an electronic system in which gas pressure and product levels are continuously controlled.
Europe's highest quality spinning machines are supplied from their manufacturers and integrated into the system. Since sealing the cans with metal lids is a very sensitive operation, spinning heads with micrometric horizontal and vertical adjustment options are used.
- The electronic system provides flexibility in determining pressurization, filling, settling and degassing times.
- Measurement of the liquid volumes to be filled in the cans via a flowmeter allows more precise filling levels.
- The "fixed can, moving valve" system, which operates with a cam mechanism, ensures that the extremely sensitive cans meet and center the valve in a proper way without being deformed.
- Central lubrication fixing situated in a single point in the machine provides easy lubrication.
- The colorful wide touch screen panel provides ease of operation.
- Non-carbonated beverages such as water and fruit juice can also be filled by pressurizing the product boiler using sterile air or nitrogen gas.