Reduced space requirement
Thanks to the 2-in-1 principle, the Dynafill requires substantially less space than comparable combined filler-capper units. As the filler is not to be emptied in the case of a malfunction in the filling line, the buffer section to the labeller can be reduced. The labeller can also be directly block-connected to the filler.
In future, the Dynafill enables a higher total line output than conventional systems: A total of 80,000 containers per hour can be processed.
Increased filling quality
The closed hygienic filling and capping area ensures optimum product purity, as return gas feed back into the product bowl is no longer required. High-pressure injection is no longer required and no product is lost during filling.
Reduced CO2 consumption
The CO2 consumption is 20 percent lower than that of conventional systems.
Stable filling process
The Dynafill enables not only cold but also warm filling of beverages (temperatures up to 30 °C) –the process does not take longer than five seconds in both cases. The filling process remains always stable.
Ideal cleaning conditions
The Dynafill is a closed system. The filling valve and the capper unit are integrated in the CIP circuit.
To decentralise the power supply to the electronics, the control block is now integrated directly in the filling valve. A smaller electronics cabinet can therefore be used.