SEPPA has conceptualized the most innovative method for the growing demand of complete CSD line solutions.
SEPPA provides complete line solutions from processing Packaging design, Blowing, R-F-C, Kombopure®, Labeling, Date and Batch coding, Packing, Palletizing and Stretch rapping.
SEPPA’s focus is on sustainable production and consistency of the product and to create solutions for enhancing Productivity, Hygiene and Line speed.
SEPPA is one of the largest manufactures of CSD lines in the World, with more than 7000 installations Worldwide and over 50 years of experience in small, medium and large complete line solutions. We have been considered a pioneer in this industry.
SEPPA uses unique techniques to reduce the weight of the PET bottle while retaining maximum top load and reliability of the bottle. The reduced weight has not scuttled design freedom. The design of the bottle is primary focus for market and shelf presence. Optimized astetices and consumer attraction are the main reasons for a successful product.
SEPPA has engineered bottles which are 25% lower in weight but with an enhanced top load of more than 30%.
SEPPA has various options for the customers from a standalone PET blowing machine coupled with R-F-C, Labeler and end of line solutions to the most advanced and efficient Kombo™ serves that integrates the blow fill and capping operators in one unit.
Kombopure ™ is a variable in Kombo™ series which ensures aseptic packing with the highest levels of sterility and hygiene of the product.
With SEPPA’s goal of simple innovations you can benefit from a large range of options and multiple integrations of equipment in lines with greatest simplicity and ease.
SEPPA also supports your equipment with strong service, training, upgradation and maintenance to ensure highest efficiency and least downtime in production.
SEPPA COUNTER PRESSURE SOLUTIONS TECHNOLOGY FOR CARBONATED LIQUIDS
Carbonated beverages require a special type of filling system. This type of filling is termed counter pressure filling. It ensures no forming frothing or over flowing of the liquid during filling. The temperature of filling is generally between 2 – 40C.