Liquid Filling Contract Packaging

Liquid Filling Contract Packaging

Products are either in liquid or dry forms. Manufacturers of liquid form such as beer, wind, and water have to ensure that the content will be safe to carry. One must find a liquid filling contract packaging that will keep the material in high quality without any amount of spillage. The preparation of the package will define how the contractor company collaborates your brand’s image and aim of superior functionality.

Common liquid filling applications

  • Filling of bulk soups with particular formulas
  • Filling pouches with premade liquid products
  • Filling packets with liquid and gel meal kits
  • Filling with cleaning liquids, flavor enhancers, and condiments

Factors to discuss when signing a liquid filling contract

The viscosity of the liquid

Viscosity is the fluid’s resistance to flow. It is a scientific description of the fluid’s internal resistance. Examples of liquids with high viscosity are heavy lotions, molasses, and icing. Low viscosity items include water and light essential oils. The molecular structure of the fluid determines its friction while in motion.

The packaging company will determine which machine or packaging method will work best with the particulars of your liquid. The device must have sufficient force to induce flow at a sustainable rate that will prevent overfilling.

Temperature

The temperature at which you wish to keep your items will also determine the flow of the liquid. Ice creams will have a high viscosity because they have to retain a cold temperature. Motor oil will be easy to fill because it can be hot during the packaging process. Providing the heat for a liquid filling contract packaging will help the service provider articulate the right temperature variables.

Size of the particulates

Liquids like salad dressers, sauces and soups will typically have particulates. These additions include vegetable pieces, flavors, and spices. The packaging firm has to apply the right care to ensure that the particulates do not form a deposition at the bottom of the fluid.

The discussion about the particulates of the product should have a precise definition of items’ size and general qualities. Consolidated Strategy Group will impend the right dispensing when you provide the correct details of particulates, and the liquid does foster proper mixing.

Type of containers

Determining the type of container is a critical factor in establishing the filling technique. This case is mainly because the container’s attributes should be compatible with the liquid, as well as the filling method. Wine will function adequately in a smoother bottle than that of a Coca-Cola glass bottle. The packaging company will also determine which machines will work well with the shape of the container.

Size of business

Small companies with similarly small operations will not require as much packaging work as big firms. Manual fillers will be an excellent choice for small companies until they decide to upgrade to more extensive operations.

Semi-automatic machines serve a more significant number of companies because they can produce more than the manual and tend to incur fewer operation costs than full-automatic machines. Automatic machines are faster and more precise in packaging the right quotient of contents. Consolidated Strategy Group uses smart technology to ensure that your business retains its rate of operation and sales profits.

 

 

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