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Tetra Pak Processing increases choice, makes savings

26 April 2011

Tetra Pak Processing is said to be giving customers greater choice and significant savings with its revised Tetra Alblend range of in-line beverage blending systems

The Tetra Alblend has offered a very accurate and extremely precise method of blending high value ingredients in soft drink production lines. This means it can mix precise amounts of ingredient very accurately.

However, not all types of beverage production benefit from the same degree of precision. Tetra Pak has therefore added a new model that reduces capital cost while delivering a high level of efficiency for simple beverages.

In-line systems offer major benefits over batch processing including reduced water consumption, less cleaning chemical and lower heating energy, all of which can be cut by up to 50%. Overall, power consumption can be cut by up to 20%.

These saving make the new model an attractive proposition for a wider range of beverages, especially when used within the company’s optimized Tetra Vertenso production solutions.

At the same time, Tetra Pak is introducing a series of improvements to the existing model, increasing blending precision and adding outstanding product recovery systems that can virtually eliminate product losses.


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