Serca to showcase its latest the cup filling machine at ProPak India 2019

Neo range is intended for filling pre-formed cups

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At ProPak India 2019 which will be held in Mumbai from 21-23 October, Nova, a company of Serac Group, will showcase the latest version of the cup filling machine Neo. This machine is able to fill cups up to 12 000 cups per hour.

The Neo range is intended for filling pre-formed cups at low and medium speed. According to the company, this compact and ergonomic design allows reducing the footprint on cup packaging lines compared to linear solutions.

Neo machines can be used to fill cups with yogurts, dairy desserts, food products, and even beverages. Two filling stations offer the possibility to produce single or two-layer products, the supplementary layer being either pre-filled or post-filled. They can process cylindrical or rectangular cups and deal easily with several cup sizes. Changeovers require no tool and can be done within 15 minutes.

A specific version is also available for the automatic filling of non-de-stackable containers such as glass or carton cups.

“Thanks to this newly developed Neo machine, the indexed rotary cup filling is no longer limited to low-speed filling. This rise of speed allows now manufacturers to target markets which report an increase of yogurt and dairy products consumption with more and more new products formulations and packages,” the company said.

The latest version of the Neo filler has also been designed with a constant concern for cost optimization, so as to be within reach for a maximum number of manufacturers.

Serac will be in Booth Q44.

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