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Bosch at Anuga FoodTec 2015

Bosch at Anuga FoodTec 2015
At Anuga FoodTec 2015, Bosch Packaging Technology showcases its extensive expertise in dosing, filling and packaging technology for high product protection of liquid and viscous food, including dairy, baby and clinical foods. Bosch will provide insight into various hygiene filling levels with daily expert presentations on the booth. On show are an Ampack inline cup filling machine for ultra-clean filling of dairy products as well as a linear PET container blowing module for dairy products and non-carbonated beverages.

An expert guide to hygienic filling

At Anuga, Bosch will host daily presentations for dairy and liquid food producers from 10:30am – 11:30am, sharing its expertise on clean, ultra-clean and aseptic filling technologies to suit different product requirements. The sessions will cover the entire production process, from appropriate sterilization technologies, such as hydrogen peroxide, UV light, pulsed light and steam to filling systems for different product characteristics. Transportation and storing requirements, such as inside or outside of cooling chains, will also be addressed.

"With over 50 years of expertise in food protection, our aim is to not only develop technologies capable of achieving even the most stringent hygiene levels, but also to share our experience to help our customers find the most appropriate solutions for their needs," said Peter Müller, industry expert at Bosch Packaging Technology.

Flexible decontamination and filling of dairy products in pre-made cups

At the show Bosch presents its Ampack AF 8/8 inline cup filling machine dedicated to the needs of dairy, baby food and clinical food manufacturers. The machine can be equipped with either pulsed light or hydrogen peroxide as a cup decontamination system for ultra-clean applications to suit customer and product requirements. Pre-assembled cell-plates for two different diameters allow for fast changeovers in 15 minutes. This not only increases format flexibility for different cup shapes and sizes, but also reduces changeover and cleaning times. All major movements are propelled via servo motors, enabling quick and easy adjustments to the set-up, enhancing overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) and enabling speeds of up to 40 cycles per minute. Stations for additional features, such as snap-on lids, can be easily integrated, further enhancing flexibility.

PET blowing for material savings and shelf differentiation

For dairy and beverage producers seeking to minimize material use and energy consumption while still providing a wide range of package shapes and sizes for differentiation at the point of sale, Bosch will showcase its linear PET blowing module. With speeds of up to 32,000 containers per hour, it can be combined with hygienic filling technologies for aseptic applications such as dairy-based yogurt and coffee drinks. Other application examples are mineral water and further non-carbonated beverages. The machine produces lightweight, thin-walled containers with the smallest bottle neck rims on the market, reducing material requirements and costs. An intermittent step-by-step production feature ensures high flexibility, access to multi-flavour simultaneous production and the production of short neck bottles with lid closure.

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