Bag Tipping Unit

See the new Tetra Pak bag tipper designed for high food safety and ergonomic handling at PACK EXPO International 2022.

Tetra Pak Bag Tipping Unit

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At PACK EXPO International 2022 Booth S-2140 in McCormick Place’s South Building, Tetra Pak will be showcasing its new bag tipping unit CIP, which offers easy cleaning, thanks to an ergonomic redesign, new configurable features, and added safety elements, all of which are not currently offered together in the U.S.

“A multitude of applications require the stringent cleaning of powder handling equipment, such as formulations with allergens, nutritional supplements, infant formulas, and any application using flavoring or colorants,” says Jean-Christophe Margotteau, processing solutions and equipment manager food solutions, Tetra Pak U.S. and Canada. “Switching between food and beverage batches with varied applications means there can be zero compromise toward a thoroughly clean unit.”

Suitable for use with a variety of mixing equipment, the bag-tipping standardized unit has an improved design to ensure powder flowability and complete powder discharge thanks to smooth-angled corners and no dead-ends, eliminating powder retention. In the same way, water drains completely in the cleaning process to increase drying and reduce wet spots.

“This redesign was done with the operator in mind as several features are intended to provide a more comfortable working experience and safer process, resulting in less accidents and more time for the operator to take on other tasks,” Margotteau adds. “From foldaway tables to safety locks and an option to connect a dust extractor, the new Tetra Pak bag tipping unit CIP will save time and costs, while improving working conditions for your most valuable company asset, your employees.”


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