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Automatic bottle filling machine

The perfect solution for bottling any kind of beverage

The Automatic bottle filling machine used in the beer industry should be of high quality and technology. Automatic bottle filling machines have unique electro pneumatic filling valves featured with a special air pre-evacuation feature. The electro pneumatic filling valves ensure flexibility when adjusting the filling system through acclimating vacuum filling time accordingly. These makes this kind of machine ideal for bottling soft drinks, wines, beer, sparkling drinks, carbonated drinks and cider.

 

Features of an automatic bottle filling machine

 


Automatic bottle filling machines are equipped with a bottle auto detect device that is located on the conveyor. This device has a photocell that is programmed to stop the machine and the electro valves located in the rinser if there is no bottle to be serviced. Moreover, they come with turret automatic height adjustment systems that detect and accommodate bottles with different heights. Hence the name automatic bottle filling machines.


Unlike other filling machines, automatic machines are designed using stainless steel materials. Thus, they are hygienic, rust resistant and easy to clean. In addition, they guarantee uniformed bottling and little to no faults that result from poor beer bottling. Therefore, if you own a small beer plant, or you plan to start one, consider an automatic beer bottling machine for easy and clean work. 

 

Bottle Filling Machine of Comac

 


Are you thinking of investing in a quality bottle filling machine?

Think Comac Group. It is a top notch company that adopts a wide range of technological innovations that are designed to solve bottling market challenges globally. Thus, they offer professionalism and expertise to every bottle filling machine customer who approaches them.


We, of Comac, offer a wide range of automatic bottle filling machines that are capable of packaging any bottle size and type including PET and glass bottles. Thus, if you want a unique bottle filling machine that meets special technical requirements you can choose from the numerous bottling machine that we produce.
We produce completely automatic machines that are divided in terms of production capability.

We have bottling machines that can handle 4000 bottles per hour, 12000 bottles per hour and between 4000 to 12000 bottles per hour. Thus, you choose depending on your production capacity. However, the bottle filling machine that handles between 4000 to 12000 bottles is ideal for growing companies since it can work effectively under low and high productions.


Comac Group boosts of over 20 years of technological and technical expertise that is backed by using quality raw materials.

Thus, if you are looking for an automatic bottle filling machine that will serve you effectively for a long period, contact us for a lasting and affordable solution.

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21 December 2017
Merry Christmas and Happy 2018 from all of us!
Traditionally, the last days of the year are those where we we take stock of the year that is about to end and schedule the year ahead in the best way.
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06 December 2017
Firestone Walker brewery is awarded the Comac Trophy at Brussels Beer Challenge 2017
As precise as a clock, like every year, results of the sixth edition of the Brussels Beer Challenge that took place in Namur between October 28th and 30th in the Belgian town of the Walonia region have been revealed.
continue