THE FILLING PROCESS
The bags are filled by designated machines adapted to aseptic filling as part of the comprehensive procedure of fruit and vegetable processing including receipt of the fruit, cleaning, pasteurization and cooling of the product. The last phase of the process is filling the bags, which is done under sterile conditions to ensure product shelf life. The bag is filled through the spout. The sterile conditions of the filling head are maintained through the use of steam and chemical liquids and the cap is closed automatically after filling.
Quality: The aseptic package goes through a special sterilization process, optimally protecting the packaged product in addition to maintaining varying degrees of oxygen barriers as required.
Flexibility: The flexible package is easy to use and protects the contents well.
Saving: An attractive economical solution to the packaging and transport of large quantities of liquid foods.
Adaptation: It is possible to combine all existing filling accessories on the market.
Transport: Easy and convenient to transport long distances.
Environment: Less pollution, due to a saving of 70% on raw materials compared to rigid containers of the same volume.
Saving: An attractive economical solution for packing and transport of liquid foods in large quantities.
Convenience: An inclusive solution for the customer as a complete component within the IBC method
Transport: Convenient and efficient for the transport of large quantities long distances.
Protection: Highly resistant to perforation, and when needed can be aseptic with barrier features.
Environment: less pollution, due to a saving of 70% on raw materials.
The bag in box system eliminates the need for metal can and rigid plastic containers. The system is easily disposable, and much cheaper than other comparable systems.
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