CHEP Pallecon introduces a new range of food grade liner bags to complement its existing suite of intermediate bulk container (IBC) rental solutions.
Newly released in the Asia Pacific region, CHEP Pallecon’s new liners are pre-fitted with a disposable ball valve, MaxiValve, capable of reducing container discharge time by up to 33%.
The 1000-litre MaxiValve liner bags are food contact, Kosher and Parve approved, and designed for use with CHEP Pallecon Solutions’ IBCs for the transport of bulk liquid. Available in both aseptic and non-aseptic films, the liner bags are offered as part of the company’s full service container rental program. The liners are available in pillow or form-fit versions to suit the application.
The first liner bag in the new MaxiValve product line, EB125MV is manufactured in Australia, and features a three-layer construction to provide high-flex resistance during transit. Unlike butterfly valves, the ball valve delivers an unrestricted flow of product without additional fitting requirements and has a tamper evident numbered security clip to protect the integrity of the product.
The new liner bags from CHEP Pallecon Solutions are suitable for applications with fill or exposure temperatures under 80°C, and can be steam sterilised for up to 30 minutes at a temperature of up to 130°C and a pressure of 3 bar.
CHEP Pallecon Solutions Asia-Pacific Innovation Manager, Peter Silk explains that the new liner bag range meets the needs of their customers by reducing the time taken to decant their product, without compromising the product quality, thereby helping them increase production efficiencies.