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Water bottling plant

Process and solutions

water bottling plant performs a complex process that requires a high standard of professionalism. When we speak about water bottling, in fact, many topics rise as far as hygiene, safety, and pollution are concerned: to grant the successful completion of the process, you have to choose only the best machines available on the market.

 

 

The process carried out by a water bottling plant includes three or four steps, depending on your decision to produce carbonated water or not:

 

  • Cleaning: cleaning of the empty bottles is probably the most important step in a water bottling plant. The reason is simple: a proper cleaning is the only way to grant hygiene and safety to the water you are bottling. It would be a great mistake to sterilize water before the bottling, and then contaminate it just in the final process of the production. Therefore, choose only the best providers as far as cleaning machines are concerned: quality machines are made only with the best materials, resistant to rust and corrosion, and can be sanitized whenever you need.

  • Filling: filling the bottles with water is obviously the aim of any water bottling plant. This process is quite simple: the bottles are grabbed by some grippers, while the nozzles over them pour the water into them. If you choose to bottle your water into glass only, you would better focus on a machine specifically designed for glass bottles; on the other hand, the same suggestion can be made if you fill the water in PET bottles only. In case you choose, instead, to produce both glass and PET water bottles, you can rely on a machine that supports both of them.

  • Saturating: this process is included in a water bottling plant only if you have to produce carbonated water. You will have to provide, then, a saturation unit that could dearate the water and carbonate it with a device that directly injects the CO2 into the liquid. 

  • Capping: capping is the final step performed by a water bottling plant. The bottles are moved up to a capping machine that provides each of them with a cap and seal the water into protected atmosphere. After the capping, your water is ready to be put on the market and sold locally or on a higher scale.

 

 

Comac provides industries with state-of-the-art water bottling plants and machines, scalable and customizable to fit any industry size and need. We boast a twenty years’ experience in the field of beverage packaging and we rely on a team of experts whose competence and passion will guide you in the choice of the best solution for your business.

Many components of our machines, including the water bottling plants, are realized with stainless steel AISI 304, a special alloy that features a high resistance to acid materials, rust and corrosion, granting the best level of hygiene and endurance.

 

 

Contact us to discover all Comac’s water bottling plants! 

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Latest news from Blog

Natale_2017
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.
continue
BBC2017_2
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