Claranor SA

Chemin de la Rollande, Agroparc, BP 21 531, 84916 Avignon cedex 9
France

Telephone +33 4 86408465
Fax +33 4 90833982
ideforsanz@claranor.com

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interpack 2017 hall map (Hall 13): stand A37

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Packaging machines and devices
  • 01.06  Additional machines and devices in the packaging process
  • 01.06.08  Machines and equipment for subsequently pasteurizing and sterilizing packaged products

Machines and equipment for subsequently pasteurizing and sterilizing packaged products

Our products

Product category: Machines and equipment for subsequently pasteurizing and sterilizing packaged products

Cap Sterilization

Sport caps, flat caps, tops, crown caps, lids, etc.

The equipment consists of a 44 m high optical unit and an electronic cabinet located next to the line. 
The equipment synchronizes with the line at speeds of up to 90,000 bottles/hour (depending on the size of the cap). 
Its compact size makes it easy to integrate in new or existing lines.
A double chute version has been developed for treating caps of different diameters.
The optical unit is fitted with shutters which ensure it is watertight during cleaning of the line.
An indexing system ensures that the first caps arriving in the duct at the start of the process are treated correctly.
Claranor can carry out studies for integrating the equipment on existing lines, in order to supply a turnkey solution (retrofit projects).

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Product category: Machines and equipment for subsequently pasteurizing and sterilizing packaged products

Cup Sterilization

The equipment consists of an optical unit suitable for the size of the line (number of lanes), integrated upstream of the filling unit, and an electronic cabinet located next to the line. 

Compact, can be integrated on new lines or in retrofit on single or multi-pitch machines, on linear or rotary filling machines, with 1 to 12 lanes.
It is compatible with  industrial production rates, up to 60 strokes per minute.
The treatment can be carried out on the fly or while stationary.
The equipment can be integrated and housing fitted to the line (optical protection) by Claranor.
Claranor can carry out studies for integrating  the equipment on existing lines, in order to supply a turnkey solution (retrofit projects)

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Product category: Machines and equipment for subsequently pasteurizing and sterilizing packaged products

Bottle and preform necks Sterilization

  • The preform neck (internal AND external) is decontaminated by pulsed light
  • The body of the preform is decontaminated when it passes through the oven at the blowing step
 The equipment synchronizes with the line at speeds of up to 90,000 preforms/hour (depending on the diameter of the preform's neck).
An indexing system ensures the first preform/bottle entering the equipment at the start of the process is treated.
Claranor can carry out studies for integrating the equipment on existing lines, in order to supply a turnkey solution (retrofit projects).

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About us

Company details

Claranor was set up in 2004 with the aim of developing industrial applications for pulsed light as a surface decontamination technology.

In-line packaging sterilization  rapidly emerged as an obvious application, to replace technologies using chemicals or irradiation, in particular in the drinks and dairy product sectors.

With over 190 machines in operation at the end of 2014, Claranor is today recognized by the sector as a supplier of high-performance, reliable solutions which are ideal for the requirements of the food processing industry.

Referenced by the main equipment manufacturers in the dairy and drinks sectors, Claranor pulsed light is currently used in the largest industrial groups, headed by Nestlé Waters, which was one of the pioneers, and the first to adopt Claranor solutions on its bottling lines.
Claranor's priority is to provide its customers with faultless service, and to continue improving the performance of its equipment in order to open up new markets.

To this end, the team is expanding, with a more clearly defined structure, and the company is continuing to ensure it has leading edge scientific expertise available and a network of qualified contacts so that it can respond to requests from anywhere in the world. 

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Company data

Target groups
  • Food
  • Beverages