Rinsing, Bottling and Capping machines are specially designed for filling alcoholic and non-alcoholic beers into plastic or glass bottles. In addition, by pressurizing the product boiler using nitrogen gas, noncarbonated beverages such as water and fruit juice can also be bottled. Bottling stages are controlled by a high-tech, non-cam electro-pneumatic system.

Different sizes of bottling machines, from 16 valves to 100 valves, with a capacity of up to 40,000 bottles per hour are offered to the consideration of the manufacturers.


In this section, bottles are sprayed with water and washed before filling. Empty bottles are turned upside down by holding the neck part using special grippers. After the water spraying process, the bottles are returned to their normal position after being moved upside down for a while to drain the water.


In order to prevent any air intake into the bottles, a "double-stage air evacuation system" is applied specifically for filling beer bottles. This system is used to minimize the air remaining in the bottle after the filling. This way, foaming during filling is reduced and the shelf life of the beer can be extended.

The filling process is carried out under the pressure of carbon dioxide gas. An advanced technology is used that controls the filling stages with an electro-pneumatic system. This system provides flexibility in determining pressurization, filling, settling and gas evacuation times that vary according to the type of beer and filling temperatures.

Product input: Special “Product Input Group” ensures that the beer is fed calmly and without turbulence in order to prevent the foaming during the transport of the beer into the product boiler. The electronic system, in which the gas pressure and product levels are constantly controlled, consists of the following parts;

• Heat sensor
• Proportional product inlet valve
• CO2 intake valve
• CO2 discharge valve (on the product boiler)
• Pressure sensor

CIP (Clean in Place) (sanitation): With the closed circuit cycle CIP solutions, the detergent solution followed by clean water, continuous circulated in the inlet pipes and fittings, product boiler and filling valves, thus the highest hygiene level can be achieved.


Alternative capping groups with plastic caps, aluminum caps or metal crown caps can be mounted on the monoblock body. In addition, if the ability to apply more than one type of cap in a single machine is desired, two or three separate capping groups can be placed on a single chassis.


  • Electro-pneumatic system provides flexibility in determining pressurization, filling, settling and degassing times.
  • Noncarbonated beverages such as water and fruit juice can also be bottled by pressurizing the product boiler using sterile air or nitrogen gas
  • The "Neck Conveying System" for plastic bottles reduces mold change time and investment cost
  • Central lubrication group situated in a single part of the machine provides easy lubrication
  • Panels with colorful and wide touchscreens provide ease of operation for the operator.
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