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Full range of eBeam tech-based Tetra Pak E3 machines ready for rollout
Monday, 10 April, 2017, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Tetra Pak’s full range of Tetra Pak E3 machines, which is based on the eBeam technology, is now ready for customer rollout. This means that customers can now produce all types of beverage products on an eBeam-based filling machine, both ambient and chilled, and in family- or portion-sized packages.

Charles Brand, executive vice-president, product management and commercial operations, said, “The use of eBeam in the packaging material sterilisation process is a ground-breaking first in the carton packaging industry.”

“This will help the customer to cut operational costs by as much as 20 per cent, while reducing the environmental impact, making water recycling easier and lowering energy consumption,” he added.

The Tetra Pak E3/Speed Hyper, the world’s fastest aseptic carton filling machine, is among the latest introductions to the range. The new machine runs at an industry-leading capacity of 40,000 ambient portion packages per hour, more than 60 per cent faster than its next nearest carton packaging rival.

This is possible thanks to the introduction of eBeam sterilisation, which completes the task more efficiently and more rapidly than has previously been possible.

Also making its debut in the range is the Tetra Pak E3/Flex, which will produce a new chilled family package, the Tetra Brik 900 Ultra Edge.

With a shape that is taller and slimmer than many family size carton packages on the market, this innovation helps customers differentiate their products in the highly-competitive chilled market.

With the two latest additions, Tetra Pak now offers a full range of eBeam based filling machines, including
o    Tetra Pak E3/CompactFlex for chilled portion packages;
o    Tetra Pak E3/Speed for ambient family packages;
o    Tetra Pak E3/Flex for chilled family packages, and
o    Tetra Pak E3/Speed Hyper for ambient portion packages.

“eBeam is the future direction of the industry, and we will continue to expand our offerings to include more packaging formats and features,” Brand added.
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