“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
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“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.
"Specialist in the sterilization of food packaging by pulsed light, the company located in Avignon seduces the giants of the food industry. From now on, it seeks to widen its spectrum of activity by focusing on health and cosmetics."
With the food, and especially, the dairy market in the United States, moving towards green processing when filling sensitive products, health, naturality and sustainability are their new drivers. To answer those new needs, manufacturers produce without preservative or additive, and with low sugar; they innovate with plant-based alternatives.
Claranor, the maker of chemical-free decontamination solutions for beverage manufacturers, offers ultra-clean and extended shelf life (ESL) filling lines designed to reduce a manufacturing plant’s carbon footprint while also improving savings on new or existing lines