Midbrook CapSnap Continues Global Expansion

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Midbrook, Inc. recently completed the sale of a CapSnap™ Water Bottling Equipment system to a major bottling operations company in Saudi Arabia, continuing the global expansion of the line. CapSnap™ systems can be found in most of the prestigious brand bottling plants in the world. CapSnap™ has been implemented in countries around the globe, including Saudi Arabia, Chile, Thailand, and Mexico systems in just the past year.

Midbrook, Inc. recently completed the sale of a CapSnap™ Water Bottling Equipment system to a major bottling operations company in Saudi Arabia, continuing the global expansion of the line. CapSnap™ systems can be found in most of the prestigious brand bottling plants in the world. CapSnap™ has been implemented in countries around the globe, including Saudi Arabia, Chile, Thailand, and Mexico systems in just the past year.

The time-tested industry standard PortaPlant and the new expandable Adapta systems, manufactured by the Cap Snap Water Equipment Group of Midbrook, Inc. are completely integrated modular water bottling lines for 5-gallon (19 liter) and other refillable bottles. A wide range of models are available, each designed to include the bottle washer, filler, capper and interconnecting conveyor system in a highly efficient layout which can be operated by a minimum number of personnel.

These systems are capable of automated washing, sanitizing, rinsing, filling capping of 3 or 5-gallon bottles, inspection, palletizing, and using robotics. The automated machines can process 150 to 3,000 bottles per hour depending on the needs of customers. The ability to handle such a large volume of bottles per hour sets CapSnap™ apart from competitors, who are inexperienced in creating large machines capable of such performance. The patented Hydrojet™ system cleans the bottle inside and outside with opposing high pressure water forces to eliminate the need for mechanical bottleneck grippers. In addition, all CapSnap™ equipment meets or exceeds CE, IBWA, EBWA, and FDA standards and directives.

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