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Peanut butter is put in a bottle by a liquid filling system, as is acetone. Peanut butter and acetone are both liquids but at opposite ends of the viscosity range. The bottle filling machinery needed to move peanut butter into a bottle differs significantly from the liquid filling machinery handling acetone.
Knowing the type of bottle that you are filling is also essential when trying to find your best filling equipment options. Whether you are filling glass or plastic, round or square, tall or short, small or large openings, stable or unstable bottles, these are just a few of the questions regarding bottle type that can affect the development and design of your liquid filling machine system.
Your product characteristics, wet or dry, watery, or a thick paste drive liquid bottle filling system selection. When you are choosing a liquid filler, you need to know product viscosity, bottle type, required fill rate, specific fill volume, and the metering or filling system that best matches your needs.
Liquid fillers or liquid filling machines are important equipment in various industries like cosmetics, pharmaceutical, food & beverages industries where liquids are to be packed in various types of containers.
Dry filling technologies can be broken down into 3 basic categories: Volumetric filling dispenses a measured volume of product. Weight filling dispenses a measured weight of product. Piece filling dispenses a specific count of product.
A volumetric filling machine fills containers with a consistent volume of the product through a time-based filling principle. Regardless of the discrepancies in your containers' interior volumes, volumetric fillers will make sure that each container is filled with the same amount of product.