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Systems for kegs up to 40 KPH

Automatic systems for processing and packaging beer in kegs of any size, made of steel and plastic. The range of machines available allows to cover any typical production requirements of craft breweries up to 40 kegs/hour.

These systems, both automatic and semi-automatic are designed and completed with transport systems and ancillary machines complying with the requirements of the customers and respecting the spaces available.

 

Both the technology and the components used to produce this type of systems are the same as the ones used in high productivity machinery.

 

An operator panel allows to control all the operating parameters of the plant.

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Semi-automatic washing/filling systems 1T and 2T models; automatic systems 2+1T model

Semi-automatic and automatic machineries for internal washing and filling the kegs, available in two models: the 1T models have a single treatment head that performs both the phases of washing and filling; the 2T and the 2+1T models are equipped with two heads of treatment that carry on separately the washing phases and the filling ones. The machines are equipped with tanks for the preparation and containment of the solutions used for washing the kegs inside.

  • Compact 
    Versatile, can be easily installed in small spaces and are easy to use.
  • Highly reliable
    Because they are built with the same technology used in large systems.
  • Customizable 
    According to the Customers' requirements in order to allow the processing of any type of keg, form the steel to plastic ones.

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Semi-automatic washing/filling systems 1T and 2T models; automatic systems 2+1T model

Semi-automatic and automatic machineries for internal washing and filling the kegs, available in two models: the 1T models have a single treatment head that performs both the phases of washing and filling; the 2T and the 2+1T models are equipped with two heads of treatment that carry on separately the washing phases and the filling ones. The machines are equipped with tanks for the preparation and containment of the solutions used for washing the kegs inside.

  • Compact 
    Versatile, can be easily installed in small spaces and are easy to use.
  • Highly reliable
    Because they are built with the same technology used in large systems.
  • Customizable 
    According to the Customers' requirements in order to allow the processing of any type of keg, form the steel to plastic ones.

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12 June 2019
CFT Group and Comac take part in the third edition of the High Level Dialogue on ASEAN Italy Economic Relations in Hanoi
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