Claranor Pulsed light sterilization solution well adapted to milk alternative products The last week, 2 new filling lines of Plant-based products in France have been equipped with Claranor. In fact, Claranor offers a high level of decontamination well adapted to those sensitive products. Our design department has developed in collaboration with our internal microbiological laboratory the best combination between cost and efficiency ...
Launch in 2019 during the Pack-Expo the Claranor Pulsed light sterilization solution for flexible packaging seduces manufacturers. Major benefits highlighted the efficiency even on the most critical micro-organisms for spoilage like moulds and the cost savings thanks to its very low energy consumption compared to conventional methods,
In Greece, dairy manufacturers invest in health and wellness positioned products such as kefir, sour-milk product ... Alternatives to cow's milk are expanding: goat milk, cheese, yogurt and plant-based products. Those new products are very sensitive and consequently, packaging sterilization is requested to protect the quality. Already 3 Claranor equipment units are running on the Greek market and Claranor has a dedicated partner.
In 2012, the German organic dairy dessert manufacturer decided to install a Claranor pulsed light unit for online sterilization of cups. Weissenhorner Molkerei is a German manufacturer of high quality dairy preparations, specializing in organic products.
To preserve the premium quality of their sensitive products during all the shelf-life, Vilsa sterilizes their closures. Until the end of 2012, the caps decontamination treatment was done with PES. Running costs were high, maintenance expensive and limited freedom in the choice of the closure
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)