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Plastic Packaging for Hot-Fill / Aseptic Beverages
Plastic Packaging for Hot-Fill / Aseptic Beverages - USA | 2.5 Days
This 2.5 day seminar focuses on PET packaging for hot- and aseptic filling of low-acid beverages. Covering the basics of non-carbonated packages and examining material compatibility for these types of applications. This course will also cover the most commonly used sterilization techniques as well as new technologies such as high pressure processing. A detailed overview of associated filling technologies will also be provided.
This course is applicable for attendees for technical and non-technical beverage professionals.
Note: It is necessary for attendees to have a basic knowledge of resins used for packaging and ISBM packaging manufacturing conditions, as those subjects will not be covered with this seminar. Ideally, previous attendance to our Technology & Application of PET course would be considered as a good basis for this course.
$1,595 USD per attendee
*Fee includes registration, course material, refreshments, lunch and Tuesday evening dinner.
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More detailed course options are available and can be customized to fit your organization.
Heat-Set Container Technology and Processing Training
This course provides an overview of heat-set container technology for hot-fill applications in both a classroom and production setting. The basic blow molding process for heat set containers will be covered, as well as benefits for hot-fill applications. Discussion will also include microorganism growth, PH levels, sterility and filling methods.
Hot-Fill Operator Training
This session targets the operator and covers heat-set blow molding and hot-fill processing in both a classroom and production setting. It includes a review of blow mold processes and the production of bottles with one preform (or the same bottle with different preforms). Students will have the opportunity to take the lead on the process adjustments.