Shibuya (Modesto, CA) produces 9 Aseptic PET bottle filling systems for low-acid beverages with speeds ranging from 300 to 900 bottles/min. System and components are sterilized either with hydrogen peroxide, or in some cases using Oxonia.
The Bosch (Bridgman, MI) Servac TFA series comprises aseptic f/f/s machines for food and beverages. Machines can process liquid products that have to remain preserved for long periods of time; and products can have randon pH values.
Crown Cork & Seal (Philadelphia, PA) offers a closure that combines the characteristics of metal and plastic to offer increased barrier performance, accommodates easy opening, and supports multiple filling processes.
Schneider Packaging Equipment (Brewerton, NY) offers the MP-20 multipacker/bundler for single aseptic cartons. Single aseptic cartons are transferred onto the multipacker feed conveyor and divided into balanced lanes.
“Organic” milk—produced without the use of pesticides, synthetic hormones, or antibiotics—has been around for a while. But Horizon Organic of Boulder, CO, claims it’s the first to launch an organic flavored milk in a single-serve format: the Tetra Prisma aseptic carton from Tetra Pak (Vernon Hills, IL).
Pneumatic Scale (Cuyahoga Falls, OH) offers extended shelf life/aseptic packaging for both low- and high-acid products. System is available with the flow meter and liquid net weigh fillers, allowing it to accommodate sterile, blow-molded, and open-neck glass, plastic, or metal containers.