A not-to-be-missed appointment for European players in the beverage industry is Brau Beviale, to be held at Nuremburg from 9th to 11th November 2011.
At Brau Beviale, visitors to Sacmi’s 144 m2 stand, hall 5 - stand 5-343, will be able to discover more about the performance and advantages of Sacmi beverage technology, from new plant engineering solutions that make the most of compression technology to cutting edge stretch blow moulders with smoothly efficient, economic operation and output rates of up to 80,000 bottles per hour.
Each solution has been carefully designed to ensure easy integration with other Sacmi machines, from the CVS vision systems that can be installed downstream from the bottling line to the PAM machines for the compression production of pre-forms, installable upstream from the SBF blow moulders.
Just one of many new features from SACMI is the production of ‘3D’ crown caps. Thanks to the new CCD 300, specifically designed to emboss the cap (bas-relief deformation of the central section), the cap is given an enhanced look that highlights the manufacturer’s logo while significantly reducing the risk of fakes. The CCD 300 also excels in performance, being able to process a good 3,000 pieces per minute; it can also synchronise embossing deformation with the lithographic design already on the cap exterior.
On show will be the Opera Combinata labeller, which provides the best possible response to the need for labelling flexibility by combining different application technologies (i.e. cold glue and self-adhesive).