Clean and profitable technologie! Claranor's Pulsed-Light Technology is a cleantech packaging sterilization method that uses no chemicals and no water. Its compact footprint enables it to be easily integrated into existing or new lines, including high-speed.
Claranor Pulsed light Packaging Sterilization is the 22nd solution to date to be awarded. This demanding label aims to highlight solutions that reconcile efficiency, respect for the environment and economic growth.
Not only do we regularly collaborate with independent laboratories such as Fraunhofer, INRA or CNRS to validate our technology on a scientific basis, but we perform in-line testings in your premise to assure your operational efficiency.
Claranor supplies online packaging decontamination solutions using pulsed-light technology, ideal for the beverages and dairy industries. It enables caps, preform necks, cups and lids to be sterilized at levels that meet industrial standards.
The thesis work (2008 - 2010) carried out in collaboration between Claranor and INRA was of paramount importance in the definition of the “dose-response” relationship, foundations of the design of Claranor equipment. Find some scientific publications
“Companies like ours are one step ahead of equipment manufacturers who cannot simultaneously invest in all technologies. This expertise translates, for the bottler, into substantial savings that Claranor identifies in reducing water consumption, line yields greater than 10%, eliminating chemicals, using blockages. lighter, easier to recycle containers and, finally, less energy-consuming processes
Choose experts to ensure performance, economy and sustainability for your high speed bottling lines! To succeed on high speed lines, you have to bet on maximum efficiency, ensure a specific commitment to food hygiene and safety and avoid stoppages due to a stopper or improper labeling.
“The Claranor solution is more effective in killing bacteria than UV-C and its total cost of ownership is more attractive. In addition, it's great to not have to worry about a residual chemical on the packaging material, ”says Pietro Donati of Universal Pack
At the next CFIA, in Rennes, the equipment supplier presents In-line, an" all-in-one "module facilitating integration on the packaging line.
Claranor unveils the Claranor In-line, a “ready to integrate” decontamination module which makes it possible to standardize, for equipment manufacturers and manufacturers, the integration of the Claranor pulsed light solution on the filling lines.