The dual-lane Evolution Series features side-by-side patented filling stations to minimize beverage exposure time to atmosphere. Sealing occurs automatically through paired lid placement and patented Wild Goose seaming stations. CO2 purging stations and Wild Goose DO BusterTM CO2 tunnels prevent dissolved oxygen intake to preserve beverage quality. Dual-lane Evolution Series models are capable of running both lanes simultaneously or one lane only for smaller product runs.
The newly CE-certified dual-lane Evolution Series system expands from 8 to 10 fill heads for increased throughput, providing a cost-effective means of boosting production efficiency. The upgradeable design and high-speed capabilities make the dual-lane Evolution Series an ideal canning system for growing producers of beverages and craft drinks who wish to package beer, cider, RTDs, kombucha, wine, cannabis drinks and more in cans.
Like Wild Goose single-lane CE Evolution Series models currently available in Europe, dual-lane CE Evolution Series systems meet regulatory and safety standards. The CE Evolution Series design includes practical safety guarding with visibility into every area of machine operation.
With decades of experience in brewing, canning and bottling craft beverages, Wild Goose Filling designs filling systems for beer, cider, wine, cocktails, seltzer, kombucha, cannabis, spirits and other ready-to-drink beverages. Wild Goose pioneered the first craft canning and bottling systems on the market, innovating patented technology that maintains the highest quality levels for packaged beverages. Expertise in engineering and a focus on craft beverages sets Wild Goose equipment apart from other systems on the market. Wild Goose engineers and manufactures equipment from headquarters in Louisville, Colorado and operates offices in Europe along with a network of global partners. Wild Goose has installed thousands of canning and bottling systems worldwide.