Niagara Rinser

For new glass bottle

from 2.000 to 80.000 bottles per hour.
  • Niagara R

    • Production range: from 2.000 to 80.000 bottle/hour.
    • Bottle handled: new bottle.
    • Washing cycle description: 1 bath with acid or detergent solution - 1 acid or detergent jetting station - 1 jetting station for recycled first rinsing - 1 jetting station for recycled second rinsing - 1 jetting station for final rinsing
The elliptic finger movement lets bring the bottles from the loading table to the baskets automatically, without using other pushing members.
Safety devices protect the fingers during their movements.
These fingers are made of high density plastic profiles which assure a noiseless working operation and gentle treatment of the bottle.
Whenever special bottles (rectangular, square, oval, etc.) are handled, it is not possible to put them on an accumulation table, consequently a worm infeed system is required.
The bottles are spaced by an infeed scroll and fed to the inload slides through a pushing device which is lined with polyethylene.
Moreover a bar will introduce the bottles into the baskets.
The opening of the sliding block transfers the bottles from the baskets and places them on to the cams that, with their rotating movement, take the bottles along the slide conveyors to the discharge conveyor.

The slides and unloading cams are made of high density polyethylene to guarantee a noiseless working operation and longer life cycle. Safety devices protect all the movements.
The design of our cells and barrier guarantees the following advantages:
  • Large selection of bottle cell carriers in various widths and lengths.
  • Optimum machine adaptation.
  • Easy replacement of individual cells.
  • Optimized wall thicknesses and cutouts in the carrier side walls which allows lighter weight, smaller surfaces, less media carryover, and less chain guide wear.
  • For the bottler this means energy savings of up to 30%, further reduction in water consumption and less maintenance.
This spraying system consists of rotating shafts, radially drilled on each row of baskets, having a star on one end operated by a strike fixed on the basket carrying beam. This system gives a perfect synchronism and centering between sprays and bottles, even if the main chain would have to become longer during the years.

Moreover the geometrical shape of these sprays lets the water lick flirt one internal side of the bottles, after the bottom of the bottles and then the other internal sides.
The last advantage of the rotary nozzles is that the rotating spraying shaft causes a water flow reversal every 180°, assuring a self-cleaning effect: dismantling and cleaning are unnecessary.
The bottle washers can be supplied with suitable equipment on the inload and outload area in order to reduce the noise levels and to provide job safety for the operators.
This equipment does not interfere with the normal operation.
With temperatures ranging from 60°C to 80°C, a proper insulation greatly reduces the energy consumptions.
All the machine models can be equipped with optional total or partial heat insulation which is made with panels of polyurethan (high thickness) relined with stainless steel plates.