Filling line for pet bottles PET I

Launched in 1997, the PET I's blowing unit was sourced from the French company of Sidel, whereas filling and packaging systems came from KHS of Germany. A total of 4500 2-liter bottles are filled within one hour period, thus putting out 9000 liters of refreshing non-alcoholic beverages (for what is mostly used)! The line is capable of filling six thousand 0.5 liter bottles within the same period.

Filling line for pet bottles PET II

This line was commissioned in 2000 and is fitted with Sidel's blowing unit as well, while filling and packaging where purchased from Krones of Germany. This line is mainly used for filling carbonated, lightly carbonated and still water. The capacity amounts to 10000 two-liter bottles, or 13000 pint bottles per hour.

Filling line for glass bottles

Used exclusively for filling carbonated and still water Vrnjci in returnable and non-returnable glass bottles, the glass bottle filling line was procured from Krones in 2004. The line operates two filling programs: 1 liter bottles filled with a capacity of 16,000 bph, and 0.25/0.33 liter bottles, which are filled at a rate of 10,000 units per hour!

The 6 liter balloon filling line

Six liter balloons are filled with non-carbonated water at 2400 bph rate.

Refreshing non-alcoholic drinks

The company operates equipment intended for preparation/production of refreshing soft drinks with addition of sugar only, or sugar-sweetener compound.

How to keep all the valuable ingredients?

With modern equipment, knowledge, technology, the automated production process, it seems that the water remains unchanged from the spring all the way to consumers' tables and glasses. The mineral composition of our water at the spring corresponds to the composition of bottled water Vrnjci. The technology used removes iron, whereas carbon dioxide is added later. Our products are tested daily (working in shifts) in the internal physico-chemical and microbiological laboratories. In addition to internal testing, samples of our products are sent to the external, certified or accredited laboratories, depending on the type and scope of analysis.

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