Wellbing blowing-filling-capping combi-block machine combines the blowing system, filling system and
capping system in one integrated system, reducing several intermediaries such as transmission, empty
bottle handling and storage processes, which improves packaging hygienic condition and reduces packaging
cross-contamination so as to improve the overall operating efficiency but lower the energy consumption, thereby
reduces the overall production cost of enterprises.
Production capacity from 12,000 BPH to 54,000 BPH.
It is applied to PET bottled pure water, carbonated soft drink, juice, liquid dairy, liquid condiment and household & personal care products, etc.
Saving in the right areas
With efficient servo motors and sophisticated energy and blowing- air recovery systems, the BFC combi-
block can keep its energy and media requirements at a low level. By omitting the conveyors, you are also
saving on all areas of consumption for the container conveyor systems, from energy, air and conveyor
lubricant through to cleaning time savings.
Low space requirement
In practice, the BFC combi-block has proven itself to be a real space saver. For it needs up to 30 percent
less space than a layout containing a blow moulder/ filler block. Compared to a line made up of individual
machines, the space savings can be as much as 70 percent. This means you can save up to several hundred
square meters of hall space which you can then use for other purposes – or you could even save yourself the
bot her of building this space in the first place.
Powerful, malfunction-free production
The complete system is tuned from start to finish to achieve high performance. The best example of this is the labeller: It continually operates at its rated output and – thanks to its label selective operation is not
even distracted by gaps in the bottle flow.
Minimum operator involvement
With the BFC combi-block, the entire process from stretch blow molding right through to the capping
of the containers can be looked after by just one person. For all of its machines are controlled from a central
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