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13 April 2017
Comac at the 2017 CBC - Thank you everyone!
Comac at CBC 2017 Like every year, Comac couldn't miss the appointment at the CBC, the Craft Brewers Conference, that was held in Washington this time continue
16 March 2017
Comac, Japan and Lean production - Interview with Federico Monti
Federico Monti A few months ago we talked to Stefano Gotti, our manager for Planning and Scheduling Operations and our Comac champion on Lean production. Today we get back on the subject interviewing Federico Monti continue
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Customized plants

Microbreweries

Semi-automatic and automatic systems for processing and packaging the beer in bottles, cans or kegs of any size. These plants are made complying with the requirements of craft brewers, opting for solutions able to guarantee reliability in small spaces.

These systems arise from the desire to offer to small brewers the opportunity to make their products with the same quality and validity always available for large manufacturers.

 

The twenty years of technical expertise, high technology and quality of raw materials ensure reliability and optimum yields of plants, designed to simplify and speed up the change over procedures.

Plants

Plants for glass bottles up to 3000 BPH

Plants for glass bottles up to 3000 BPH

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Systems for cans up to 4000 CPH

Systems for cans up to 4000 CPH

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Systems for kegs up to 40 KPH

Systems for kegs up to 40 KPH

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Latest news from Blog

Comac at CBC 2017
13 April 2017
Comac at the 2017 CBC - Thank you everyone!
Like every year, Comac couldn't miss the appointment at the CBC, the Craft Brewers Conference, that was held in Washington this time
continue
Federico Monti
16 March 2017
Comac, Japan and Lean production - Interview with Federico Monti
A few months ago we talked to Stefano Gotti, our manager for Planning and Scheduling Operations and our Comac champion on Lean production. Today we get back on the subject interviewing Federico Monti
continue