Aseptic filling machine must meet the following requirements
Types of aseptic filling machine at present, the main types of sterilization filling machines in the market include: sleeve-type aseptic filling machines and plate-changing aseptic filling machines used in food industries such as fruit juice, jam, fruit pulp, milk, etc;
There is also a larger one, and the Flash aseptic filling machine (Flash Cooler)
, Which adopts steam directly injected into the product type aseptic filling machine, instantaneous sterilization can more fully ensure the color and taste of the product, at present, it is mainly used in milk and orange juice industries with relatively large production and tomato sauce industries with particularly large processing capacity;
In the production of small can packaging industry, there is also a reactor type aseptic filling machine.
Aseptic filling equipment refers to equipment that packages sterilized articles in a sterile environment. Such as aseptic plastic bag filling machine.
The function of aseptic plastic bag filling machine is to sterilize food (Dairy products, etc)
Packaging in a sterile environment, closed in a sterilized container, in order to get a longer shelf life without preservatives, without refrigeration.
Performance requirements aseptic plastic bag filling machine must meet the following requirements: 1. The packaging container and sealing method used must be suitable for aseptic filling, and the sealed synthetic container must be able to block the penetration of microorganisms during storage and distribution.
At the same time, the packaging container should have the physical characteristics to prevent the chemical change of the product.
2. The surface of the container in contact with the product must be sterilized before filling, and the effect of sterilization is related to the degree of contamination on the surface of the container before sterilization.
3. During the filling process, the product shall not be contaminated by external conditions such as any equipment components or the surrounding environment.
4. Sealing must be carried out in the sterilization area to prevent microbial contamination.