Claranor film sterilization: an answer to market needs!
The flexible packaging market was valued at USD 250.75 billion in 2019, and it is expected to grow by 25% by 2025, (sources Morder Intelligence)
Sustainability concerns and convenience for the consumers, product quality protection, and cost attractive alternative for the producers, explain this new trend.
Launch in 2019 during the Pack-Expo the Claranor solution seduces manufacturers. Major benefits:
- Efficient, even on the most critical micro-organisms for spoilage like moulds
- Economic thanks to its very low energy consumption compared to conventional methods,
- Surface and non-heating treatment, it respects the integrity of all types of flexible packaging (PE,PP, LDPE, composite …), no risk of distortion
- Sustainable alternative: chemical-free it avoids the risk of residue on the film and thus in the product
Claranor works also in partnership with Thimonnier on an Ultra-clean filling line with Claranor Pulsed light decontamination.
The Thimonnier SF102 is a filling-capping line without chemical for Doypacks® and inverted pouches. Modular, compact and adapted to high speed.
More information : Thimonnier SF 102 and Claranor
Already 3 equipment units sold on pouches and sticks and dozens on foils
The first one for Tnuva, in Israel on dairy product: sticks of yogurts. All the information on the project and Universal Pack testimonial in the article of Packaging World
And then 2 in Poland, one is a retrofit of a hot fill line in cold fill in Poland. Stick pack and stand up pouches of ketchup and salted sauces.