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2 Nozzle Bottle Filler - 96375

2 spout bottle filler speeds up the process of filling glass bottles and is suitable for the larger scale amateur juice and cider producer. Hand-filling of large numbers of bottles is quite difficult and time-consuming. The filler is easy to use with a filling rate of up to 200 bottles per hour.

Accurate filling is important for bottled products that are to be pasteurised after filling, to allow space for expansion during pasteurisation. If bottles are overfilled there is a risk that they will burst if pasteurised with the cap on or overflow with the cap off. This filler provides a consistent fill level which can be adjusted as and when required.

  • Very simple to set up and to clean after use
  • The level of liquid in the reservoir of the filler determines the fill level in the bottle. The level is controlled by a float valve which can be set by slackening, moving up or down and tightening the float mounting.
  • Suitable for most conventional sizes of glass bottle from 50cl to 1litre capacity.
  • All necessary connections are supplied.
Price: £138.00

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A Speidel tank (30, 60, 100 or 200 litre) is positioned at least 30cm above the inlet of the filler and connected to the filler with the connection kit supplied. If required, the drill pump can be used to pump the product into the tank (see drill pump). The tap on the Speidel tank is opened allowing the product to flow into the filler.

The spouts require priming before each batch of filling by gently sucking on each to draw liquid into the long tube. The weight on the end of the tube has a valve to stop the flow of liquid when the bottles are not being filled. Bottles are placed over the two filling spouts and hang by their necks on the bottle support bracket.

The product quickly flows into the bottle and the flow stops when the juice level in the bottle reaches the same level as the juice in the reservoir.

The bottles are removed by lifting the bottles until the weighted end of the filling tubes rest on the floor of the reservoir; then the bottles are gently slid off.

The next 2 bottles are placed on the fillings spouts as explained above and the process is repeated.

  • All stainless steel construction (with food grade plastic hose connections)
  • Float valve to regulate the level of liquid in the reservoir which determines the fill level in the bottles
  • 2 pivoted, weighted filling spouts which fill via the syphon principle
  • Removable dust lid over the reservoir
  • 4 legs with rubber ferrules
  • Drip tray
  • Connections supplied to fit the standard Speidel plastic tanks supplied by Vigo include a special tap with nut, 2 metres of flexible hose, a hosetail and nut to fit the filling machine inlet, and stainless steel hose clips
  • Fill rate of up to 200 bottles per hour
  • Height: 41.5 cm / 16½"
  • Width: 22.5 cm / 9"
  • Depth: 55cm / 21¾"
  • Weight: 3.25kg / 7¼ lbs

NB. Video Shows Bottle Filler, Connection kit and Speidel tank

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