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Aseptic filling line with SPX Homogeniser, SPX Steriliser, Aseptic Tank, Bosch Filler, Heuft Squeezer QA Leak Detection - only used for 10,000 hours!



Aseptic filling line with SPX Homogeniser, SPX Steriliser, Aseptic Tank, Bosch Filler, Heuft Squeezer QA Leak Detection - only used for 10,000 hours! Aseptic filling line with SPX Homogeniser, SPX Steriliser, Aseptic Tank, Bosch Filler, Heuft Squeezer QA Leak Detection - only used for 10,000 hours! Aseptic filling line with SPX Homogeniser, SPX Steriliser, Aseptic Tank, Bosch Filler, Heuft Squeezer QA Leak Detection - only used for 10,000 hours! Aseptic filling line with SPX Homogeniser, SPX Steriliser, Aseptic Tank, Bosch Filler, Heuft Squeezer QA Leak Detection - only used for 10,000 hours! Aseptic filling line with SPX Homogeniser, SPX Steriliser, Aseptic Tank, Bosch Filler, Heuft Squeezer QA Leak Detection - only used for 10,000 hours!

SPX Homogeniser

Model: G110T-54B.
Gaulin 110T APV Homogeniser.

75Kw motor.

Capacity up to 6,000 litres / hour +/- 5%.
Year of manufacture: 2015, installed 2016.​
Only 10,000 hours of use.

SPX UHT Steriliser Pasteuriser

Tubular UHT System.

SPX Flow APV Sterilisation.
Tubular Pasteurisation plant.
Flow rate: 6,000 litres / hour.

Temperature Profile:
Sterilisation 42°C - 75°C - 95°C (60 sec) - 137°C - (4 sec) - 21°C
Pasteurisation 42°C - 75°C - 95°C (15 sec) - 21°C

Can be used for various products including fruit juices, sports and health drinks, maize drinks, mageu, yoghurt and probiotic drinks, milkshakes, and full UHT milk.

​Only 10,000 hours of use.

Year of manufacture: 2015, installed 2016.

SPX Aseptic Tank

Model SST.

Stainless Steel.
30,000 litre capacity.
Manufactured 2015, installed 2016.
​Only 10,000 hours of use.

Bosch Ampack FA 12 fully Automatic Aseptic / UHT Bottle Filling Machine - 12 Lane

Model:  FA 12 – manufactured by Bosch.

This fully automated filler machine has 12 lines and has had very little use.  Due to the high specification and low hours of use, this machine is a very rare item. 

Cost almost 4 million Euro when new in 2015.

Set up for 250ml, 500ml and 1,000ml Aseptic / UHT bottles - currently set up for HDPE (3 or 6 layers) with preparation to retrofit PET bottles.

- Aluminium lids
- Used currently on UHT fruit juice, protein drink and UHT baby milk.
- Suitable for pieces of fruit up to 3mm diameter and fruit fibres up to 6mm long x 2mm diameter.
- ​Only 10,000 hours use.

Current Capacity

- 14,400 bottles / hour at 250ml.
- 12,960 bottles / hour at 500ml.
- 11,520 bottles / hour at 1,000ml.

Heuft Squeezer Q.A. Leak Detector

Seal integrity tester.
Fill volume tester.
Quality control built in.
Manufactured in 2015, installed 2016.
Only 10,000 hours of use.

Complete specifications available on request.

Videos in production available.

UHT PROCESSING AND ASEPTIC PACKAGING

 
Boyd International are globally renowned experts in the purchase and sale of complete UHT / Aseptic processing, filling and bottling plants worldwide. We have recently been appointed by RCL Foods to sell an Aseptic / UHT processing and bottling line on their behalf. See below to better understand the principle of UHT / Aseptic processing:
 

Concept of UHT Processing:

 
UHT (Ultra-high temperature) processing (or ultra-pasteurization) heats foods to a very high temperature (135-150 degrees centigrade) for a short time, often only for two to five seconds, killing microorganisms, eliminating pathogens and deactivating organisms and enzymes that contribute to spoilage or risk of disease. Complex production plants and equipment are needed to maintain a sterile atmosphere between processing and packaging including packaging materials, pipework, tanks, pumps etc. Maintaining sterility throughout the various stages of processing and packaging is crucial.
 

The principle stages of UHT processing are as follows:

  • Preheating with or without a holding time
  • Homogenization – part of the process that is specifically for milk as it increases the size and the number of fat globules in the milk which reduces milk’s tendency to form cream at the surface, and on contact with containers enhances its stability and makes it more palatable for consumers.)
  • Heating to sterilisation temperature
  • Initial cooling
  • Final cooling
  • Aseptic packaging
 

Product Suitability:

 
UHT is most commonly associated with milk and flavoured milk, however it also can be used for products such as:
  • Yoghurt
  • Cream
  • Protein drinks
  • Salad dressings
  • Smoothies
  • Soups
  • Fruit juices
  • Baby purees
  • Baby milk
  • Custards
UHT treated products are shelf stable with an unrefrigerated shelf life often between 6 months and sometimes 9 months and beyond. Sealed products can be stored for months without refrigeration (although must be chilled once opened).  This is a huge gain over pasteurized fresh milks. Processing conditions are independent of container size, allowing for the filling of large containers for food service or sale to further processors for example aseptic fruit purees in stainless steel totes. In the case of UHT milk for example, where the process can distort the key characteristics of the product; the appearance, taste and smell of dairy products in particular, UHT treated milk can be used as the base for flavoured milk products which masks these issues.
 

UHT Benefits:

 
Due to the increasing demand for UHT treated foods by processors all over the world to extend the shelf life of their products, UHT (Ultra-high temperature) equipment / plants have been increasingly popular and highly sought after. By extending product shelf life, utilizing processes such as UHT, a product can remain on the shelf at the supermarket for longer, ergo wastage and product returns are significantly reduced and highly seasonal products can be stored in bulk. Also, an extended shelf life allows for more extensive and far-reaching product distribution.  In the case of UHT milk, this product is generally more popular in hotter countries where the costs of refrigeration are far higher so fresh milk storage is far more costly. Therefore, being able to widen sales market potential, by way of extending shelf life, is a highly profitable endeavour accounting for the growing popularity of UHT plants and equipment.
 

UHT / Aseptic key points to consider:

  • Less processing time required.
  • Process kills microorganisms.
  • UHT extends product shelf life.
  • Product waste minimised.
  • Product returns reduced.
  • UHT products can be stored in bulk.
  • When the UHT process is coupled with aseptic filling, shelf life can be 6-12 months.
  • Refrigerated storage not required – storage can be ambient.
  • Storage costs minimised.

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SPX Homogeniser

Model: G110T-54B.
Gaulin 110T APV Homogeniser.

75Kw motor.

Capacity up to 6,000 litres / hour +/- 5%.
Year of manufacture: 2015, installed 2016.​
Only 10,000 hours of use.

SPX UHT Steriliser Pasteuriser

Tubular UHT System.

SPX Flow APV Sterilisation.
Tubular Pasteurisation plant.
Flow rate: 6,000 litres / hour.

Temperature Profile:
Sterilisation 42°C - 75°C - 95°C (60 sec) - 137°C - (4 sec) - 21°C
Pasteurisation 42°C - 75°C - 95°C (15 sec) - 21°C

Can be used for various products including fruit juices, sports and health drinks, maize drinks, mageu, yoghurt and probiotic drinks, milkshakes, and full UHT milk.

​Only 10,000 hours of use.

Year of manufacture: 2015, installed 2016.

SPX Aseptic Tank

Model SST.

Stainless Steel.
30,000 litre capacity.
Manufactured 2015, installed 2016.
​Only 10,000 hours of use.

Bosch Ampack FA 12 fully Automatic Aseptic / UHT Bottle Filling Machine - 12 Lane

Model:  FA 12 – manufactured by Bosch.

This fully automated filler machine has 12 lines and has had very little use.  Due to the high specification and low hours of use, this machine is a very rare item. 

Cost almost 4 million Euro when new in 2015.

Set up for 250ml, 500ml and 1,000ml Aseptic / UHT bottles - currently set up for HDPE (3 or 6 layers) with preparation to retrofit PET bottles.

- Aluminium lids
- Used currently on UHT fruit juice, protein drink and UHT baby milk.
- Suitable for pieces of fruit up to 3mm diameter and fruit fibres up to 6mm long x 2mm diameter.
- ​Only 10,000 hours use.

Current Capacity

- 14,400 bottles / hour at 250ml.
- 12,960 bottles / hour at 500ml.
- 11,520 bottles / hour at 1,000ml.

Heuft Squeezer Q.A. Leak Detector

Seal integrity tester.
Fill volume tester.
Quality control built in.
Manufactured in 2015, installed 2016.
Only 10,000 hours of use.

Complete specifications available on request.

Videos in production available.

UHT PROCESSING AND ASEPTIC PACKAGING

 
Boyd International are globally renowned experts in the purchase and sale of complete UHT / Aseptic processing, filling and bottling plants worldwide. We have recently been appointed by RCL Foods to sell an Aseptic / UHT processing and bottling line on their behalf. See below to better understand the principle of UHT / Aseptic processing:
 

Concept of UHT Processing:

 
UHT (Ultra-high temperature) processing (or ultra-pasteurization) heats foods to a very high temperature (135-150 degrees centigrade) for a short time, often only for two to five seconds, killing microorganisms, eliminating pathogens and deactivating organisms and enzymes that contribute to spoilage or risk of disease. Complex production plants and equipment are needed to maintain a sterile atmosphere between processing and packaging including packaging materials, pipework, tanks, pumps etc. Maintaining sterility throughout the various stages of processing and packaging is crucial.
 

The principle stages of UHT processing are as follows:

  • Preheating with or without a holding time
  • Homogenization – part of the process that is specifically for milk as it increases the size and the number of fat globules in the milk which reduces milk’s tendency to form cream at the surface, and on contact with containers enhances its stability and makes it more palatable for consumers.)
  • Heating to sterilisation temperature
  • Initial cooling
  • Final cooling
  • Aseptic packaging
 

Product Suitability:

 
UHT is most commonly associated with milk and flavoured milk, however it also can be used for products such as:
  • Yoghurt
  • Cream
  • Protein drinks
  • Salad dressings
  • Smoothies
  • Soups
  • Fruit juices
  • Baby purees
  • Baby milk
  • Custards
UHT treated products are shelf stable with an unrefrigerated shelf life often between 6 months and sometimes 9 months and beyond. Sealed products can be stored for months without refrigeration (although must be chilled once opened).  This is a huge gain over pasteurized fresh milks. Processing conditions are independent of container size, allowing for the filling of large containers for food service or sale to further processors for example aseptic fruit purees in stainless steel totes. In the case of UHT milk for example, where the process can distort the key characteristics of the product; the appearance, taste and smell of dairy products in particular, UHT treated milk can be used as the base for flavoured milk products which masks these issues.
 

UHT Benefits:

 
Due to the increasing demand for UHT treated foods by processors all over the world to extend the shelf life of their products, UHT (Ultra-high temperature) equipment / plants have been increasingly popular and highly sought after. By extending product shelf life, utilizing processes such as UHT, a product can remain on the shelf at the supermarket for longer, ergo wastage and product returns are significantly reduced and highly seasonal products can be stored in bulk. Also, an extended shelf life allows for more extensive and far-reaching product distribution.  In the case of UHT milk, this product is generally more popular in hotter countries where the costs of refrigeration are far higher so fresh milk storage is far more costly. Therefore, being able to widen sales market potential, by way of extending shelf life, is a highly profitable endeavour accounting for the growing popularity of UHT plants and equipment.
 

UHT / Aseptic key points to consider:

  • Less processing time required.
  • Process kills microorganisms.
  • UHT extends product shelf life.
  • Product waste minimised.
  • Product returns reduced.
  • UHT products can be stored in bulk.
  • When the UHT process is coupled with aseptic filling, shelf life can be 6-12 months.
  • Refrigerated storage not required – storage can be ambient.
  • Storage costs minimised.