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Aseptic Fillers

The in-line packaging sterilization method uses a chemical treatment process (peracetic acid, hydrogen peroxide) or electron-beam (BluStream) for more compacity and greater environmental efficiency. The design of the aseptic filling turret is unique with Multiflow (patented) magnetic valves. Servo-driven capper and waterproof heatsealer with hygienic designs. Aseptic isolator with unidirectional sterile air flow. Delivered with CIP/SIP module.


Aseptic Fillers Advantages

Aseptic fillers can handle different type of recipes, material and packaging formats in the same line.

Serac Aseptic fillers lines are robust and will serve your business for years

Provide an excellent ROI (Return On Investment)

Offers traceability with full tracking of sterilization process parameters and permanent recording of the production parameters and events


High Speed & Versatile Aseptic Fillers

  • Unique hygienic design
  • Robust and profitable solution

Containers: from 50 ml up to 2l
Materials: PET, HDPE, PP
Outputs: from 6,000 up to 48,000 bottles/hour

Gallery of Equipment

Browse through some of the equipment in the Icon Equipment Range.

In the world of modern manufacturing, aseptic fillers are revolutionizing how industries approach the packaging and preservation of products. These sophisticated machines, a cornerstone of aseptic filling, are critical in ensuring that products, particularly those in the food and pharmaceutical industries, maintain their sterility and integrity from production to consumption.

The Heart of Aseptic Filling: Sterilization

At the core of aseptic filling equipment is an advanced sterilization process. This process involves using chemical treatments such as peracetic acid or hydrogen peroxide, which are effective in eradicating potential contaminants. Some aseptic filling machines have adopted even more advanced methods like electron-beam technology, known as BluStream. This technology is celebrated for its compact design and environmental efficiency, offering an eco-friendlier alternative without compromising on effectiveness.

Design Innovations in Aseptic Fillers

The unique design of aseptic filling turrets in these machines plays a pivotal role in their operation. Equipped with patented Multiflow magnetic valves, these turrets can handle a diverse range of liquid viscosities, ensuring that everything from thin, watery substances to thick creams is filled with the utmost precision. This versatility is a hallmark of modern aseptic fillers.

Ensuring Seal and Safety

Another crucial component is the servo-driven capper, which provides an adaptable and secure sealing process for various container types. This is paired with a waterproof heat sealer, designed with hygiene as a priority. These elements work together to ensure that once a product is filled, it remains uncontaminated and perfectly sealed until it reaches the consumer.

The Role of Aseptic Isolators

Aseptic filling machines also feature aseptic isolators equipped with unidirectional sterile air flow. This setup creates an ultra-clean environment by ensuring a constant flow of sterile air, further reducing the risk of contamination during the filling process.

Clean-In-Place (CIP) and Sterilize-In-Place (SIP) Systems

To maintain these high standards of cleanliness, aseptic filling machines often come with integrated Clean-In-Place (CIP) and Sterilize-In-Place (SIP) systems. These systems automate the cleaning and sterilizing process, ensuring that the equipment is always in the best condition to handle sensitive products.

Aseptic Fillers in Industrial Applications

Aseptic fillers have become indispensable as industrial fillers in various sectors. Their ability to maintain sterility is especially crucial in the pharmaceutical industry, where product purity directly impacts consumer health. In the food and beverage industry, aseptic filling ensures longer shelf life and better preservation of nutritional value, taste, and quality.

The Future of Packaging

Looking ahead, the role of aseptic filling machines in industrial processes is set to grow. As consumer awareness increases and regulatory standards become more stringent, the demand for aseptic fill and packaging solutions that offer both safety and sustainability will continue to rise.

In conclusion, aseptic fillers represent a blend of technological innovation and practical efficiency. They offer a solution that not only meets today’s stringent hygiene and safety standards but also paves the way for a more sustainable and safe future in product packaging and preservation.

Our Partners

Icon Equipment offers a comprehensive list of industry leading partners, each specialists in their field of filling machinery. 

Serac

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Serac is the worlds’ leading non-contact weight filling and capping equipment manufacturer.

RML

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Providing production automation solutions & quality components to industry leaders.

FILTEC

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Founded in 1958, FILTEC is a leading manufacturer of filling and capping equipment.

Technica

Technica Partner

Providing automation and robotic solutions across 3 locations around the world.

StV

STV partner

Project and manufacturing of machines for the agro-food and canning industry.

TRAKTECH

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Traktech are specialists in empty bottle handling technologies.

CHP

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CHP, founded in Belgium in 1997, is a leading supplier of dry lubrication systems.

Claranor

Claranor Partner

World leader in packaging sterilisation by pulsed light.

Air Knife Systems

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Designs and manufactures high performance Blowers, Air Knives and complete blow-off systems.

KINEX Cappers

Kinex Partner

Kinex Cappers manufactures capping machines, bottle cappers, and cap tighteners.