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Article | February 11, 2014
DRINKinBOX: Bag-in-box uses new technology
Suitable for all types of liquid, DRINKinBox’s bag-in-box features a new delivery system that empties all liquid from the bag, and positions the valve at the top of the box so that dispensing liquid into a glass or other container is easy.
The delivery system uses a cardboard belt that partially raises the bag-in-box contents, emptying almost 100% of the liquid through the tap.
Said to be the first bag-in-box for carbonated beverages, DRINKinBOX Co2 uses a special box with a new bag for the liquid. Beer, sparkling wine, soft drinks and other carbonated beverages are filled directly after production into the bag-in-box container.
Designed for large quantities of liquid and high-speed filling, the PETinBOX uses a PET bottle in a cardboard box with an integrated delivery system. The PETinBOX can hold from 0.75 liters up to 10 liters, and is an attractive, effective, and environmentally-friendly alternative to metal party barrels.
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