New product solution for PET bottles

Innovative technologies to save time, space and money

Krones’ Ergobloc combines four functions:  stretch blowing, labelling, bottling and closure. The machine picks up the bottles by their necks, making them available for further processing.Photo: Krones

Krones’ Ergobloc combines four functions: stretch blowing, labelling, bottling and closure. The machine picks up the bottles by their necks, making them available for further processing. Photo: Krones

InnoPET Plasmax technology from KHS GmbH involves the application of paper-thin layers of glass to PET bottles. Photo: KHS

InnoPET Plasmax technology from KHS GmbH involves the application of paper-thin layers of glass to PET bottles. This prevents any exchange of carbon dioxide, oxygen or aromas between products, the packaging and the surrounding environment, while also extending the lifetime of the product. Photo: KHS

Is the packaging really tight? LEAK-MASTER® from WITT checks the tightness of a PET bottle, using compressed air. Photo: Witt

Is the packaging really tight? LEAK-MASTER® from WITT checks the tightness of a PET bottle, using compressed air. Photo: Witt

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