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The Terlet vacuum gassing installation

The Terlet vacuum gassing installation

Due to the growing global demand for baby food, there is also an increased demand for packaging for these products. Since the greatest growth is particularly apparent in Asia and South America, where the logistics are less in order than in Europe, the shelf life of products is a very important issue. Therefore, the choice here is often for can packaging.
Baby food products consist for the greater part of (whole) milk powder in which the fat component is subject to the influence of oxygen to decay.
The vacuum gassing installation from Terlet can be used for the exchange of air (oxygen) for an inert gas such as nitrogen and carbon dioxide. The shelf life of these products is thus extended to an average of about 2 years.
Terlet has been building these systems for many years according to a trusted concept. The main innovations this past year were to increase the usability for operators and maintenance technicians. This is achieved by using lighter material for the change parts when using an other container size and by increasing accessibility around the installation for cleaning and maintenance.
Safety has been given the attention it deserves by placing machine guard doors with an electric lock that prevents the door to be opened before the installation is in a safe condition.
The Terlet vacuum gassing installations are supplied with two different vacuum chamber sizes with capacities up to 300 cans of 500 grams per minute.