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Rotary filling systems company Fogg Filler has launched a range of carbonated filling machines for niche beverage products.

The machines, distributed by Heat and Control in Australia, can be used for still or carbonated products, water, juice, soft drinks, dairy, beer or wine.

They provide an alternative for smaller producers or boutique brands looking for a cost-efficient filling machine while maintaining reliability for production lines.

The combination of an analogue probe for the filling tank level and modulating valve ensures gentle handling of the product and better control of undesired foaming, according to the company.

There are different options available in the Carbonated Filler Series that can be designed and customised to suit the customer.

Double pre-evacuation

The double pre-evacuation filler features an automatic rotary system for longer shelf life and quality.

This mechanically controlled pressure filler is great for carbonated and non-carbonated wines and beers.

This machine offers a double vacuum for better results with carbonated products, extending the shelf life from days to months.

This series also allows for a levelling option so you can fill non-carbonated liquids as well.

Bottle options to fill include wine, beer and other liquor; juice and soft drink/ soda.

Single pre-evacuation

This features an automatic rotary system with pre-evacuation, gassing, and levelling to fill both carbonated and non-carbonated liquids.

The mechanically controlled pressure filler suits carbonated and non-carbonated wines and beers.

The filler is equipped with pre-evacuation and gassing for carbonated beverages with a levelling option allowing you to fill non-carbonated liquids on the same machine.

The filling bowl is equipped with a small window that allows the operator to quickly and easily monitor the product level.

Bottle options to fill include wine, beer and other liquor, juice and soft drink/soda – just add double pre-evacuation for extended shelf life.

Carbonated Filler – Mechanical

This features an automatic rotary system to fill both carbonated and non-carbonated liquids.

It is an isobaric filler for both carbonated and non-carbonated products and is ideal for filling carbonated water and soft drinks, as well as still water and juice.

It is capable of filling at speeds ranging from 17-400 bottles per minute and features two-tier guarding and optional HEPA air filtration. It will fill bottles ranging in size from 200ml to three litres.

Bottle options to fill include water, wine, beer and other liquor, juice and soft drink/soda.

Carbonated Filler: Electro-pneumatic

The Carbonated Filler features a highly flexible and adaptable automatic rotary to fill carbonated and non-carbonated liquids.

This filler is an electro-pneumatically controlled pressure filler and runs similar to the Fogg FC series machines, but is controlled differently.

This machine is ideal for running multiple products as you can program a high number of recipes without having to change anything mechanically.

This filler can fill at speeds ranging from 100-400 bottles per minute.

Bottle options to fill include water, wine, beer and other liquor, juice and soft drink/soda.

Can Fill Series

The Can Fill Series features an automatic rotary system to fill aluminium cans with carbonated and non -carbonated products such as beer or soft drinks.

The combination of the bottom feeding of the filling tank controlled by the progressive feeding valve allows for better control of foaming properties and maximises the efficiency of the CIP tanks.

The filling valve with the lowering bell to seal the can is self-adapting to the upper profile of the container and seals applying the actual filling pressure.

Heat and Control is the exclusive distributor of Fogg Filler for the Australian market.

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