Ultra-clean filling line with Claranor Pulsed light decontamination The Thimonnier SF102 is a filling-capping line wthout chemical for Doypacks and inverted pouches.
Aptar wanted to validate the opportunity to ensure the sterilization of its Neo cap with the Claranor pulsed light process, and more particularly the effectiveness of the decontamination of ...
On the ultra-fresh market, organic, vegetable and gourmet products are on the rise. These products have in common that they are more sensitive. Hygiene on the production line becomes even more critical. Sterilization of the packaging is then necessary.
Claranor has been selected by WILDALP for the sterilization of its packaging; the solution for decontaminating cap by pulsed light perfectly meets the requirements for purity and naturalness of their water source.
On this bottled water market, Claranor will deliver its 100th machine today! The global bottled water market will continue to grow and reach USD 217 billion by 2026 In France it is 2.5 billion and has increased by 5% (sources: Acumen Research and Consulting, IRI 06/30/2019)
Complete bacteriological treatment of our caps, no contamination found on the product, ease of use and maintenance, very positive support from CLARANOR including after-sales service, low operating costs. We recommend CLARANOR products for a similar application
The Algerian company NCA Rouiba wanted to integrate pulsed light into its production line of fruit drinks with low preservative content, replacing a continuous UV system whose efficiency has proven to be insufficient.
Our Puls'Full Cap sterilization solution allowing the decontamination of both sides of the cap, has already been chosen by beverages and dairy famous manufacturers
"Water is a rare and precious in our region. We must guarantee the safety of our production and the quality of our products using the most efficient technologies."
The Chinese bottling company Yanbian Nongshim was the first to install a global “preforms + caps” pulsed light sterilization solution on its mineral water packaging lines at its Erdao site (north-east China).