Equipment manufacturers with exclusive contract

In 2018, we developed with Steriline a new robotic system for decontaminating syringe trays, integrating a Claranor decontamination module: the Steriline RTDS2. This equipment offers manufacturers in the pharmaceutical sector, an economical alternative to gamma-irradiation.

In partnership with Guylegall, we are developing equipment for unstacking and conveying can lids and can ends to offer producers a pulsed light decontaminating solution for these kind of packaging.

Major equipment manufacturers

Serac offers the Claranor Pulsed Light treatment solution on its bottle and cup filling lines.
The sterilization unit is directly controlled by the line’s HMI.

Waldner was the first integrator of Claranor cup sterilization solutions.

Doselec installs Claranor Pulsed light solutions for decontaminating cups on its rotary or linear packaging machines.

Thimonnier integrates Claranor on its packaging line for FS flexible pouch, offering to producers an ULTRA-CLEAN line.
Bottle neck and cap are thus sterilized by Claranor pulsed light.


Aptar, world leader in the dispensing systems industry, has been working with Claranor since 2012 to evaluate the performance of pulsed light sterilization on their innovative closures: sport closures, spoon closures for infant milk, etc. Together we have developed a solution to decontaminate the dead volume in sport closures.

Silgan Closures is one of the world’s leading suppliers of closures and closure solutions. We have been working with since 2011. Flat closures with or without liner, 5 gallon closures … have been subjected to performance evaluation for decontamination by pulsed light. Pulsed light offers the advantage of being able to sterilize caps with liner without risk of chemical residue underneath.

You are a recyclable packaging company or you are an producers who wishes to adopt biosourced, biodegradable packaging

Those packaging are often sensitive to water and chemical disinfectants. Claranor pulsed light is a dry surface sterilization that does not alter the materials. You wish to validate the opportunity to sterilize your packaging by pulsed light. Our internal microbiological laboratory can carry out tests on reference germs.

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Technical center

These centers and laboratories are equipped with Claranor pulsed light pilot equipment. They are likely to carry out studies and projects on various matrices.

INRAE National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environnement is a French public research organisation with a scientific and technological focus. Our microbiological laboratory is located in the INRAE center in Avignon. Our tests are carried out there, before being validated by an external laboratory to ensure impartiality.

The Fraunhofer is the largest application-oriented research organisation in Europe. For our microbiological tests validation we work together with the Fraunhofer Institute for Process and Packaging Engineering IVV. The Institute also has a static decontamination laboratory machine Claranor.

Praxens is an expert technical center in decontamination, microbiology and formulation for the beverage, food and cosmetic industries.

The CTCPA (Technical Center for the Conservation of Agricultural Products) is a French industrial technical center that assists agri-food players in their projects for profitable innovation, workshop performance and food safety.

Industrial companies

ICE Water Management, integrator of hygienic solutions for the beverage water industry. With Claranor their set up a collaboration to offer beverage manufacturers a Hygienic Upgrade of filling lines for sensitive beverages.


Sleever, the precursor and world leader in the sleeve concept. Partner with Claranor, ICE and Zalkin during the last edition of the Gulfood Manufacturing exhibition to highlight the EXPERTS’ know-how for high-capacity bottling lines.


Zalkin is a major player in the global bottle and container capping industry. During the last Gulfood Manufacturing, a partnership was set up dedicated to manufacturers of high-speed bottling lines. To find out more about Tiziano Polito’s article in Emballage magazine: “French experts in beverage lines join forces”.