Gas Displacement System
A system that, during the can beverage manufacturing process, decreases the amount of oxygen in the can to prevent oxidation degradation to contents, and maintain flavor and improve the quality of the contents.
Head space gas displacement system (Flavor Guard)
The reduction of residual oxygen in the beverage can prevents oxidation degradation to its contents, and is an effective means for improving flavor retention and quality. Flavor guard is a new gas displacement system using a liquid nitrogen pressure filling method to decrease the residual oxygen in the can’s head space while causing unnoticeable variation in the can’s internal pressure.
- Also, with a buildup in the amount of nitrogen gas used, the setting conditions for the can’s internal pressure can be set with ease such that it yields no unwanted effect to the can’s internal pressure.
- The installed component constitutes the main part in the seamer. The entire unit is a compact piece of equipment. Drastic changes to the equipment are not required during installation, dismantling, and parts cleaning.
- Functional applications to tea beverages, sports drinks and various other beverages.
In the occurrence of heavy foaming during the filling process, it may not be effective.
For details please inquire at customer service.
Continuous gas displacement system (CGB)
This is a new gas replacement system facilitating improved quality. Possible to reduce the amount of residual oxygen; applicable to products such as soybeans and chestnuts that require air filled dry pack pouches.
- Gas displacement system for rotary pouch filling and packing machinery.
- Residual oxygen amount in the bag can be reduced.
- The amount of content splatter can be reduced according to the discharged gas, and the displacement time can be held for a long time.
Carbonated gas monitoring system
Depending on the amount of carbonated gas included in the displaced gas, degradation in food caused by oxygen can be reduced, thus allowing for high quality food production. In the event there is an application for food to be packed in a formed container, the head space amount must be reduced for easy dissolution of carbonated gas in water. At the most suitable carbonated gas concentration, the lid will appear moderately concave, providing a non intrusive/destructive way of inspecting a container’s seal.
The carbonation gas density depends on the flow rate gauge. Utilizing the fluid energy of a specialized mixture system, the (easy to adjust) gas mixture can be controlled with uniformity at high precision. The gas mixture precision is +/- 2.5% and the flow rate precision is +/- 5%. The ability to set an upper and lower limit for the carbonation gas density protects against unwanted inconsistencies.