The machinery has developed and evolved with time and requires lesser manpower and effort. The business can be made highly profitable and lucrative with initial handholding and regular supervision and suggestions for both small and large scale carbonation dispensaries.
Other components required:
- 8 BPM (Bottles per minute) This can increase depending upon the skill of the user.
Because the bottle is very strong the gas pressure obtained In codd bottles as compared to crown bottles is subsequently more hence this also leads to making the quality of the drinks superior.
The Codd bottle also popularly known as banta, kancha bottle, goli bottle, soda bottle, goti bottle etc. in India and namlet in the UAE. The Victory codd bottles never need a cork to form the closure because trapped in its neck it has a glass ball or marble, which cannot not leave the neck chamber.
The bottle is tilled under gas pressure forcing the marble into the lip where it meets rubber washer retained in a groove. The marble is forced against the washer forming a perfect airtight seal. The codd bottle is widely used to pack all kinds of carbonated drinks.
Height: 18 cms
Weight: 45 kgs
Capacity: 5 to 6 crates per hour
Pressure: 100 Pounds
Colours: as desired
Man power 1 to 2
User friendly table top machine
weight: 500 gms
height: 230 mm
diameter: 61 mm
Weight: 415 gms
height: 200 mm
diameter: 58 mm
Step 1 - Install the machine. connect the machine to the CO2 gas cylinder of any size.
Step 2 – Fill the syrup up till the marble ball in the codd bottles, take minimum 3 filled bottles and place it in the machine.
Step 3 – Check whether the bottles are rightly placed in the machine
Step 4 - Close the cover
Step 5 – Turn on the flow of the CO2 gas and rotate the machine 3-4 times
Step 6 - Open the cover and you will be able to see the bottles sealed.
Step 7 – You are ready to go! It’s that simple, works like magic, doesn’t it?