Modified Atmosphere Packaging
Modified atmosphere packaging is the process of using vacuum pumps to evacuate the air and oxygen from the packaging process during which the food product is vacuum packaged and sealed in a plastic over wrap package. Oil lubricated rotary vane vacuum pumps are the industry standard for MAP based packaging. The removal of air and gases from within and around the food allows for the introduction of specific gases that enhance the quality, shelf life and appearance of the product. Often the MAP process incorporates booster blowers with rotary vane vacuum pumps to speed up the process of air evacuation to increase the packaging speed.
Systems For All Sizes
The benefits of working with us:
Instant reduction in unit and case rejects.
Immediately improve paper/shrink wrapped labels and ink jet code quality.
Prevents Case Rot
Guaranteed increase in case strength and case longevity.
Powerful enough for the most demanding can and bottling environments.
Over 35 years of can and bottle drying service and experience.
Capture Rinse Water
Capture more rinse water for sustainable water recycling
Our blowers use a fraction of the energy vs. compressor based drying systems.
Reduce the likelihood of mold formation on can lids and under bottle caps.