KHS InnoPET Blomax Series IV stretch blow moulder
KHS has developed modules for special packaging formats for its InnoPET Blomax Series IV stretch blow molder.
The preferential heating system (PH) enables bottlers to achieve bottle quality even with oval bottles via an energy-saving and safe process.
During preferential heating, the preform is selectively heated according to its later bottle shape to prevent any uneven distribution of materials. Preferential heating is made possible by a special heater section at the end of the heating segment. Here, the system first rotates the PET preforms through the heater to obtain a basic heating profile. In the downstream PH section rotation is stopped, giving the preform its selective heating profile.
The company has also developed a heater box to suit the wide-neck preforms used for various types of food packaging, such as PET packaging with 70 mm necks. The heater box requires little heating energy and, when the containers are changed over, no manual conversion is needed.
The TriBlock is a filling and packaging system for PET bottles that incorporates a stretch blow moulder, labeller and filler. With consistent neck handling, the system also enables lightweight PET to be processed.
The Bottles & Shapes program offers beverage and food producers an all-round service that starts with individual suggestions for possible designs and ends with a bottle that is ready for production.
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