Jet Technologies has launched a new high-productivity rotary filling machine for Australian and New Zealand food manufacturers.

The Ilpra Fill Seal R12/4 Tronic delivers a fast and efficient way of getting dairy, dips, desserts, soups, condiment sauces and yoghurt products ready for market.

“Supermarkets are demanding new products each and every year, and food manufacturers now need to find ways to innovate,” Jet Technologies general manager Daniel Malki said.

“The Ilpra R12 filling machine is the next step towards achieving a flexible future-proofed technology with the speed to produce efficiently.”

The Ilpra Fill Seal R12 is a high-speed rotary filler and sealer with up to 12 stations, which offers flexibility to use each station for different purposes. The machine is designed to precisely fill denestable cups.

“The 12-station filler, with the speed and flexibility of 9000 cups per hour, allows food manufacturers to create their product their own way with a modular design,” Malki said.

“It is completely customisable to each food manufacturer’s requirements, such as dosing locations in the filler and type of doser, filling volumes and speeds.”

The machine’s structure and servo-driven components provides a filling accuracy of +/- 1%, offering efficiency in all environments.

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