Hiperbaric H525 In-Bulk
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Low energy consumption = cost savings.

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Unprocessed beverages are stored in a tank.

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Liquids are pressurized (rising up to 6,000 bar / 87,000 psi / 600 MPa) and pumped into the HPP tank.

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Reduced TCO: Labour, production, maintenance, and energy costs are reduced.

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Hiperbaric H525 / 1050 In-Bulk

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Hiperbaric Bulk Technology is a global innovation for large production of HPP beverages. Both machines, Hiperbaric 525 Bulk and Hiperbarik 1050 Bulk are based on a revolutionary concept in which beverages will be processed in bulk before bottling. It delivers up to 10,000 I/h (2,640 gal/h), which is the world’s largest productivity, associated with the lowest processing cost and minimum energy consumption.
Fits perfectly into any large beverages production line
Allows the use of any kind of packaging after HPP
Filling efficiency between 45-55%
Pressure raises up to 6,000 bar / 87,000 psi / 600 MPa
The simplest way to process beverages under pressure without requiring any bottles handling step

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EXPERT OPINION

Steve Naylor of Interfood Technology
Steve Naylor
Divisional Manager – Cooking, Cooling & Pasteurisation
“Hiperbaric Bulk technology is a global innovation for high volume processing of HPP beverages. This new technology offers a simplified process, reducing steps and maximising productivity. With low energy consumption and low processing costs, the design of the equipment allows a filling efficiency of 90% (approx. double that of in-pack technology). Hiperbaric Bulk is easily adjusted to large liquid production lines and allows the use of any type of packaging. Contact us for more information.”

ADDITIONAL PRODUCT INFORMATION

Hiperbaric H525 / 1050 In-Bulk

The Hiperbaric 525 / 1050 In-Bulk are equipped with new technology making the process simpler, with less steps and with a higher productivity. Its design is based on one or two vessels of 525 or 1050 litres together with a system of tanks (inlet and outlet) where beverage is temporarily stored before and after the HPP process. The unprocessed beverage fills the inlet tank which is then transferred to the processing bag inside the vessel, occupying the 90% of the total volume. Then high-pressure intensifiers will pump water to the vessel, up to 6,000 bar / 87,000 psi / 600 MPa. The pressure is kept during holding time and as soon as the pressure is released, water leaves the vessel and the already processed beverage will go to the outlet tank via sterilised pipes. With the bag completely empty, a new cycle starts. The processed beverage is now ready to be bottled in an ESL ultra-clean filling line.

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