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Why a Liquid Filling Machine is a Good Investment
For businesses working with liquids, creams, and pastes, a liquid filling machine can improve workflow and competitiveness. Here are some of the benefits:
Increased Production Speed
When compared to manual filling, a liquid filling machine speeds up production, dramatically increasing the product output your business can achieve.
The best liquid filling machines are able to adapt to different products and containers by making a few simple adjustments.
Simple Operating Systems
Liquid filling machines are relatively simple to set up and operate. Employees can change filling volume without much difficulty.
For some products, filling accuracy and consistency are extremely important. Our quality liquid filling machines operate to within 0.5%.
Many businesses need to scale production up and down quickly. A Filling machine lets you ramp up production with the same size team.
Our machines are customisable to suit your needs, including variable tank size, dispensing volumes, nozzles etc to ensure that your production line runs smoothly and effortlessly.
Why Businesses Choose Asset Packaging Machines
Asset Packaging has produced liquid filling machines in Australia for 40 years. Our emphasis on quality and customer service makes us the leading choice in liquid filling.
Our Australian-made machines have attracted a reputation for quality and reliability. Many of our systems are still in use decades after installation.
At Asset Packaging, our competitively priced machines offer reliability and flexibility. Your investment will last long into the future.
Onsite installation and commissioning
Drawing on our experience, we help you assess your needs, suggest the best solution, and support you with onsite installation, testing, and commissioning anywhere in Australia.
40 years of experience
With 40 years experience, we understand businesses across many sectors and know exactly what they need, now and in the future.
We Provide Liquid Filling Solutions For
The Food and Beverage Industry
Food and beverages present a challenging range of liquids and pastes. Our liquid and paste filling machines have few problems handling different products.
Cosmetics are complex products due to the small container sizes, which require the extreme precision that an Asset Packaging liquid filling machine can provide.
Industrial chemicals need consistent results for liquids that are often volatile or corrosive. Our machines have a long safety record.
Asset Packaging filling machines offer the exceptional accuracy and clean room compatibility needed to fill pharmaceutical products and meet regulations.
Some Of Our Clients
About Asset Packaging Machines
Since we first opened our doors in 1980, Asset Packaging has gone from strength to strength, producing over 7,000 packaging machines. Over this time, we gained a reputation for superior quality because we design and build our filling equipment in-house, in Australia.
Australian Made Liquid Filling Machines
The Australian manufacturing industry works to some of the most stringent quality and safety standards in the world. When you buy an Australian machine, you know it is durable and will continue to deliver products to your customers long into the future. Quite simply, the ‘Australian Made’ stamp shows that you are investing in a reliable product.
At Asset Packaging, we are proud to help Australian businesses become more competitive and contribute to economic growth. Our liquid filling machines are exceptionally accurate and constructed to the tough Australian standards, which is why we provide a 12-month warranty.
We make durable machines that will serve your business faithfully, and our specialists help you install and commission our systems with all the customer support you need. Our liquid filling machines are easy to use and integrate seamlessly into your production processes.
An Asset Packaging filling machine will suit a range of industries, and we count multinational organisations and family businesses among our customers. We tailor our systems to suit their needs whether they want a semi-automatic bottle filling machine or a high-speed liquid filling machine.
With the important ‘Australian Made’ mark, you can be sure our accurate and dependable machines will support your business for decades.
Local support and spares for your Liquid Filling Machine
When it comes to buying filling equipment of any type, one of the main things that customers often don't think about is support.
Whether you're investing in a liquid filling machine, a pump filler or any other type of packing machine, having after-sales support and spares is essential to maintaining production for your company.
Since our company is based in Australia, and our machines and spares are manufactured in Australia, you can feel comfortable knowing that if anything happens, support is only a call away. And if you need replacement parts for your liquid filling machine, you won't have to wait months for parts to be sent from overseas - they're made right here in our factory in Castle Hill, Australia.
One of the great things about buying a filling machine from us is that our machines last a lifetime. We've seen many examples where a liquid filling machine made by us over 30 years ago is still in use.
If you're considering buying a liquid filling machine offshore, remember to consider the support and the availability of the spare parts when it comes to buying.
What is a Liquid Filling Machine?
A liquid filling machine fills containers with a specific amount of liquid from a reservoir. A liquid filling machine can fill either volumetrically, or to a specific level.
Volumetric filling machines fill a container with a set volume (quantity) of liquid every time. This means that for containers with slight discrepancies in size and shape, the level of the liquid in the container may be different, however, the quantity will always be the same.
Liquid-level filling machines fill containers to the same level every time regardless of quantity. This is more common for beverage bottle filling, where the producer wishes to have the liquid at the same level in every bottle when viewed on a shelf for aesthetics.
A liquid filling machine can either be automatic, or semi automatic. Automatic filling systems fill new bottles continuously, usually with the aid of a conveyor system, this is more common in a production line. There is limited human input once the process has started. Semi-automatic filling machines complete one cycle, say bottle filling for one bottle, then stop. This means that human input is required for each cycle. This is suited for smaller operations with no conveyors, where an operator can fill each container one by one.
Semi-automatic filling systems are still advantageous to manual filling because the liquid filling is completed in a set process, where the exact quantity is drawn from the reservoir, and filled into the bottle. This saves manually measuring the liquid for each container, or worse still having to pick up a large container of liquid and pour it into all of the bottles.
How does a Liquid Filling Machine Work?
There are a range of liquid filling systems on the market. At Asset Packaging Machines, we supply volumetric filling machines. This type of liquid filling machine works in 4 steps.
First the liquid is drawn into the filling cylinder from the reservoir. Since the cylinder is pneumatically operated, the reservoir doesn't have to be above the machine, it can draw from drums or tanks below the filling machine.
Second the bottle or container is placed below the nozzle of the liquid filling machine. For automatic machines, this is done by the conveyor system, for semi-automatic machines, this is done by hand.
Third, the container is filled with liquid. Flow liquids with low viscosity can be filled relatively quickly, whilst liquid products like creams and honey can take longer. The filling is completed by compressing the cylinder that was expanded in the first step and forcing the liquid through the machine pipes and manifold, through the nozzle and out into the container.
Finally, the container is moved away from the machine, so that the process can start again. This could be done manually, or by a conveyor.
A quality liquid filling machine can deal with a wide range of liquid products, such as beverages, cosmetics, cleaners, even corrosive or industrial chemicals.