3 In 1 Carbonated Drink Bottling Machine
3 In 1 Monobloc Carbonated Drink Bottling Machine / Beer Bottling Equipment Line is designed to meet the needs of the ever expanding craft beer market and drink market around the globe. Built with a heavy-duty stainless steel frame and stainless steel main platform, the MIC-12-12-1 is ready for action when it reaches your brewery or Carbonated Drink plant. ("Monoblock" Filling Systems are robust, continuous motion systems, designed to streamline the rinsing, filling and capping process while minimizing valuable floor space).
||Craft beer, wine, carbonated drink, soda, water, alcoholic drink, gas drink, cocktail, cider
||Count Pressure Filling, Low TPO, Co2 purge, double evacuation, Less Foam, Stable Pressure, 99.5% Precision, Rising, Filling, Capping 3in1 with Small Foot Print.
Empty bottles are loaded onto an optional Feed Table or directly onto the main Feed
-Conveyor to be transported into the Monoblock station.
After being conveyed into the Monoblock unit, bottles are automatically inverted, rinsed and drained to release any debris that may have accumulated during bottle transportation or storage. In this phase, the continuous motion design, grabs and inverts each bottle and positions it over an internal rinse nozzle spraying water, or sanitizer solution, inside the bottle. Typical After being conveyed into the Monoblock unit, bottles are automatically inverted, rinsed and drained to release any debris that may have accumulated during bottle transportation or storage. In this phase, the continuous motion design, grabs and inverts each bottle and positions it over an internal rinse nozzle spraying water, or sanitizer solution, inside the bottle. Typical installations use tap water for pre-rinsing and then run the used water to a drain. The MIC-12-12-1 also comes with a recirculating pump that allows the brewer to recycle a sanitizing rinse solution if so desired.
Low Oxygen Filling System
The MIC-12-12-1 is an 12 head, counter-pressure style bottle filler. Each head performs four main functions during the filling process: 1). Removing the majority of air from the empty bottle 2). Purging the bottle with carbon dioxide 3). Filling the bottle with beer; under pressure. 4). Reliving the pressure and releasing the bottle to complete the filling process. After rinsing, bottles travel to the filling station where air is vacuumed from the inside of the bottle to maximize oxygen removal. When the fill valve is opened, any remaining air is replaced with approximately 22psi of Carbon Dioxide-CO2. This process helps to ensure low dissolved oxygen carryover, which increases shelf life and maintains quality. Once bottles have reached the same internal pressure as the Filling Drum, a spring activated device allows the liquid valve to lift from its seal and initiate the filing process. The fill level of each bottle is limited by a predetermined fill-vent tube length. The lower this tube protrudes into the bottle,the lower the final fill level position. Once the rising liquid reaches the vent tube, it travels up the tube until it reaches equilibrium with the liquid in the drum which forces all liquid movement to stop. The filling valve is then closed; an exhaust port is opened and the bottles are "vented" until there is no longer counter-pressure inside each bottle. After this process is complete, bottles travel to the capper where a crown cap is automatically applied.
Precise Capping System(Crown Cap or ROPP Aluminum Cap)
-The capping portion of the system elevates bulk caps (the hopper will hold up to 10,000 crown caps) from the hopper to the Cap Unscrambler. The Unscrambler tumbles caps in a protected chamber that directs them to the main Cap Chute Assembly with the open side up. At the bottom of the chute, a small air stream blows each cap into the capping position in preparation for proper application. As bottles pass under the chute, caps are applied by way of a Tapered Ceramic Sleeve that forces each cap onto the top of the bottle forming the hygienic seal.