The Borelli CIAO-XP gravity rinser/filler/capper monoblock operates at 1800 bottles per hour and implements all the technology of TECNA XP rinsing machines, the new EVO2 filling valves and offers a variety of capping/corking: the ALEXA S2.0 for natural corks, the ALEXA V2.0 for aluminium screw cap, and the FUTURA FC for crown cap. If required, the multi-system configuration allows you to choose two or more capping/corking systems on the same monoblock.
The CIAO-XP is equipped with conveyor belt, chain, and autonomous drive with two alternative configurations: bottle accumulation board at the discharge or lateral conveyor for the connection to your labelling machine, and an outlet for the liquid feeding pump controlled by level probes and mechanical speed variator or electronical variator.
The monoblock chassis and all parts in contact with the liquid are manufactured exclusively in stainless steel AISI 304 and AISI 316 with high standard finish to ensure highest sterility and long-life durability.
Available in different versions according to your production requirements.
The bottles are loaded manually directly onto the conveyor belt of the machine. The bottle is transferred along the conveyor belt to the rotary rinser. The bottle gripper grips the bottle neck, and rapidly turns it upside-down by means of a twist device, ensuring the bottle’s correct positioning over the rinsing nozzles. The machine detects the bottle and injects the rinsing medium. After the cleaner has drained, the gripper rotates back to the upright position where the feeding star-wheel transports the bottle back to the conveyor.
The bottle is transported to the filling nozzles. EVO cylinders raise the bottles and the connection to the valve activates the gravity filling process. After the pouring process is complete, the piston is lowered, and the bottle is transported from the filling turret to the capper.
The star-wheel transports the bottles through the capping unit. Caps are positioned in a towing shoe and directly picked up by the bottle. The bottle is transferred to the sealing position where the rotating sealing heads descend onto them and begin the cap application process. Options for vacuum corking via compressed air instead of a vacuum pump is also available on request.
|Capacity:||Up to 1800 bottles per hour|
|Maximum Bottle Height:||410 mm|
|Maximum Cork Height:||50 mm|
|Electrical Requirements:||2 kW|
|Dimensions (LxWxH):||2545 mm x 2110 mm x 2300 mm|