Scholle Packaging is all set to introduce its new Scholle SureFill aseptic filler, which combines bag-in-box filling technologies in an operations-friendly machine.
With the help of the new filler, processors are said to achieve production flexibility in their operations with bag size and fitment versatility, better throughput rates, quick changeovers, longer run periods between clean-up, and improved product safety.
Claimed to be a suitable solution for high-volume production lines, the Scholle SureFill gives food, beverage, and non-food product manufacturers the ability to offer 100% preservative-free, aseptic products to large-volume customers.
Scholle Packaging commercial North America Packaging vice president Paul Dean said the company’s new SureFill aseptic filler provides a solution for unmet market needs.
"Empowering our customers with the ability to fill fresh, ESL, and high-acid products in one machine gives them a significant advantage over their competition," Dean added.
To sterilize the fitment during aseptic processing, the filler uses peroxide vapor and provides brand and consumer security from production to consumption.
Scholle Packaging will exhibit its Scholle SureFill filler at PackExpo 2013 in Las Vegas, taking place from 23-25 September.