AVE also presents its new bottling systems for still wines and systems with EVO G valves that ensure the greatest protection and control over your product.
During bottling, these systems eliminate every risk of bacteriological contamination and oxidation from the wine.
For this reason, the EVO G valves are provided with independent ducting in order to vent all air from the bottle through the injection of nitrogen.
Maximum attention has also been dedicated to system hygiene with integrated CIP/SIP systems that work in both running current and counter-current.
The operational phases are as follows: nitrogen is injected into the bottle in slightly raised position in order to vent all the air contained inside.
The bottle is then connected to the filling valve until filling is completed:
Any air still present in the bottle is vented through a separate duct at the same time.
The wine is finally leveled, once again through the filling valve.
During this phase, any foam present is sucked away and sent to a separate collector in order to reduce the oxidation and contamination of the wine both inside the bottle and in the system module.
Nitrogen is then injected in the neck of the bottle to protect the wine up to the moment of final capping.
Models are available in single-block, four-block, and even five-block versions complete with rinsers, filling units, and as many as three different capping machines: this version offers exclusive advantages thanks to its compact space, low power consumption and management costs.
AVE Technologies produces EVO G and EVO ISO bottling lines with outputs of up to 25,000 bottles/hr.
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EVO G valves is assigned to following product groups:
- Machinery and Installations for Filling and Packaging Beverages (662)