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Super Combi Compact: more performance – a bolder, next-generation solution
Saturday, 11 July, 2020, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Germany
Two years after the introduction of the Super Combi to the industry for compact lines’ solutions, Sidel presents a bolder, next-generation solution Super Combi Compact that, as indicated in its name, is even more compact. Allowing up to 30% footprint reduction compared to the previous model, the solution also excites with the efficiency enhancement it assures for still water production thanks to the new filling technology embedded in the SidelEvoFill HS Still that guarantees a 30% faster performance.

Considering that customers worldwide are seeking for possibilities to optimise resources and space required for production, the company has developed a readymade solution to fit any production site as footprint as well as line integration and planning are important drivers at the very centre of the company’s technological advancement. With the solution, the company presents an innovative product designed and engineered to deliver the lowest total costs of ownership (TCO) and production costs per square foot.

Growing demand for packaged water

“We see that the water category has been seeing an unprecedented growth fuelled by a worldwide increase in demand. Due to consumers’ rising health-consciousness paired with the trend towards so called “better-for-you drinks”, the packaged water category has remained at the forefront of consumer purchasing decisions since 2018,” explains Stefano Baini, product manager, filling and super combi at Sidel, identifying why the company has invested in the development of a compact line solution for still water production. This green trajectorythroughout the water category was globally influenced by a large hike in tourism along with extremely warm weathers not only in warm climate countries, but in parts of Western Europe too.

Enhanced performance and utmost productivity

Similarly to its predecessor, the solution is integrating five process steps – preform feeder, blower, labeller, filler/capper and cap feeder – into an all-in-one, smart system. What describes the new solution the best is the continuous top-level performance it provides up to 54,000 bottles per hour (bph) in a reduced space. Furthermore, its ergonomics and the latest technologies support easy access, operation and maintenance while ensuring high end-product quality.

The overall higher level of efficiency of the solution is achieved by providing maximum uptime and consistent production output at medium to high speed. Maximum productivity of the line is reached particularly due to improvements at the blowing, filling and labelling stages. To highlight some of the most important improvements, the blower can produce up to 2,700 bph per mould.

Furthermore, a robotic arm solution for automatic mould changeover is now available to drastically reduce change-over time and improve safety conditions by not requiring any human intervention. Labelling is assured by a single-aggregate labelling system, ensuring reliable production as well as fast and easy label-reel auto splicing. What’s more, the solution’s labeller technology features faster changeovers and easy replacement of parts as well as an automatic label vacuum extractor for maximised uptime. In addition, the labeller can accommodate different labels and technologies (Roll-fed, PSL).
 
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