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What is involved with the vacuum & ionization process for glass bottles & jars?
Ionization (V & I)2. Next, the air passes through an
absorbent filter to remove gases.
Contaminants such as loose dirt,
carton lint, aerosols, and fine glass particles are removed by the vacuum and
V & I Cleaning Process
1. Compressed air passes through a
condensate separator and coalescing filter to remove aerosols and fine dust
3. A vacuum draws the
particulate-laden atmosphere out of the container.
4. Individually cleaned closures are
immediately placed on the container.
Benefits of V & I• Saves time! No need
to waste valuable time rewashing bottles.
• Provides a clean
final appearance. You will not find any dust particles floating in your
• Seals cleanliness
into each individual bottle. Since each container is individually cleaned, they
will not collect dust, flies, and other debris while stored in your lab.
• Odor-free and tasteless. The
air inside the bottle will not interfere with your product in any way.
Title: What is involved with the vacuum & ionization process for glass bottles & jars?
Description: Vacuum & ionization cleaning & benefits.
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