Our manufacturing process is a reflection of the know-how we have gathered throughout the years. Most of the machines are customized taking manufacturing details into account, based on our experience gained over the years.
The basic idea sounds simple enough: A pre-cut circular base is placed horizontally on a stamp and then a tube of suitable size is placed vertically over it. Then both components are fused together in different ways. The vertical punches are often arranged like a “revolver drum”, which ensures fast and efficient production by hand. The operators are experienced specialists who unite speed and quality thanks to their skills. Production is carried out in strict compliance with HACCP guidelines.
In addition to the manual production lines, the machine range comprises fully and semi-automatic lines. The last closed vessel liner plant (GBA) was commissioned in November 2022.
Industrial drums are the standard in industrial use, especially in large-scale industry. They are used for storage and transportation of materials.
Industrial drums allow for greater operational efficiency and effectiveness when shipping bulk goods, especially liquids. They offer cost-effective packaging solutions for the shipment of hazardous and non-hazardous materials such as chemicals, wine, fruit juices, etc.
In order to use this secondary container even more efficiently and sustainably, our round bottom bags and form inliners in various designs are inserted into the drum.
A specific lining to match the intended use. It is part of our special know-how to understand where, when and how to use which inliner in which of the more than 4,000 available variants. Matching drum lids, form lids and protective covers round off the product portfolio.
The larger a container or tank, the greater the effort required to clean it and the longer it takes to empty it. This means your beverage, substrate or liquid stays in the container for a long time. This is where the product families of beer tank inliners, liners for FIBCs (also known as big bags) and IBCs (known as tank or water containers) come in.
Likewise, you can line octatainers (large boxes with 8 equal sides) or steel mixing containers. The films are adapted to the respective conditions such as filling temperature or pressure conditions. By simply removing the inliner after emptying the container, you won’t need to clean the container. You save time, resources and cleaning agents. While emptying the tank, the flexible inliner adjusts to the shrinking volume of the contents thereby continuing to protect your product from oxidation. And thus from perishability.
Countless products packaged, stored and preserved in countless shapes and types of secondary containers, boxes and drums, We understand that it is not always easy to keep track of the best options for your product. But since we do know the intricacies of the market and are well aware of all available options, we’ll be happy to advise you. You lack the time to get to know the current trends in the packaging industry? We understand you!
That’s what we are here for. Get in touch with us! Maybe there’s currently a better alternative than the one you’re using at the moment?
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We can rule out the possibility that Mr Nietzsche said this with our inliners in mind. Yet his words hold true even more than 100 years after his time! To deliver consistent quality in the manufacturing of seemingly simple products is a challenging and critical task. Critical for you, because that’s what your customers’ satisfaction depends on. Critical for us, because that’s how we keep you as our customer.
That’s why our certifications, such as HACCP, DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management Systems), and since February 2023, DIN EN ISO 22000 (Food Safety Management Systems), are not simply a dull task to check off our list. They form the basis of our quality strategy. To put it in Nietzsche’s words: This is where we get the strength to ensure your satisfaction.