Serac unveils new blow moulding, filling and capping line for dairy market

8 July 2013 (Last Updated July 8th, 2013 18:30)

The Serac group has unveiled a new blow moulding, filling and capping line for the in-house production of dairy bottles.

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The Serac group has unveiled a new blow moulding, filling and capping line for the in-house production of dairy bottles.

The new Combox H2F is designed to give mid-sized producers of dairy bottles affordable equipment to blow mould at a rate of below 12,000 bottles an hour.

Previously, low volume dairy producers had the inadequate choice between cartons for low speed packaging and complete blow moulding, filling and capping lines that were often oversized.

The Combox H2F addresses the needs of such producers as well as those in developing countries and the high value-added product segment.

The line is capable of integrating blow moulding with any Serac rotary filler using a new transfer system.

The group will exhibit the new Combox H2F at Drinktec, which takes place from 16 to 20 September in Munich, Germany.

Serac designs and manufactures packaging solutions mainly for dairy products, vegetable oils and household and personal care products.


Image: Serac's Combox has been designed for production of dairy bottles below 12,000 per hour. Photo: courtesy of Serac group.