• Turnkey supplier KHS has revamped its Innofill Can C fillers to now achieve an output of up to 50,000 cans per hour on 60 filling valves.
    Turnkey supplier KHS has revamped its Innofill Can C fillers to now achieve an output of up to 50,000 cans per hour on 60 filling valves.
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Turnkey supplier KHS has revamped its Innofill Can C fillers to now achieve an output of up to 50,000 cans per hour on 60 filling valves.

The Innofill Can C can be integrated into lines with high outputs, and also includes an integrated can seamer from Ferrum AG.

Its pitch circle has been enhanced from 720to 1800 millimetres to allow for the increased output, and the Innofill Can C can also be used in combination with process engineering, such as Innopro Paramix C blending systems, a flash pasteuriser or CIP modules. 

Beverages can now be processed and canned in the medium-capacity range, while the new Innofill Can C maintains its compact size.

The filler, seamer, service module, cladding and control cabinet are pre-assembled on delivery, meaning users can begin operation almost immediately. Electromagnetic induction flow meters also form part of the filling valves on the computer-controlled system, ensuring uniformity across all filling levels and that headspaces are created the same size in each can.

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