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High-speed bag-in-box system

High-speed bag-in-box system
Sealed Air IDC BIB



Sealed Air IDC BIBDeveloped through a strategic alliance between Sealed Air's Cryovac food packaging brand and International Dispensing Corp. (IDC) and introduced during PACK EXPO, the IDC/Cryovac SpeedFlex Bag-in-Box system offers operational efficiency advantages including bag filling speeds three times that of standard aseptic bag-in-box fillers.


The IDC/Cryovac SpeedFlex Bag-in-Box offering includes a complete system solution comprised of equipment, bag-in-box packaging materials, customizable dispensing fitments including proprietary IDC technology and industry-leading customer support from Sealed Air's Food Care division. The solution, FDA accepted for aseptic packaging of low acid food and beverage products, is optimized for high-volume processors of liquids such as dairy, flavorings, fruit purees, juices, sauces, smoothies and ice cream mixes, tea and coffees.


The new system achieves filling speeds of up to 30 bags per minute for low acid aseptic applications and offers the versatility to fill a variety of bag sizes or bags with different tap/spout configurations. In addition, operations benefit from the equipment's small footprint - the system occupies less space than the multiple machines it replaces - and efficient changeover capabilities that help minimize production downtime. Available remote diagnostics tools further enhance options for customized technical service and system optimization.




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