- Sugar Syrup Preparation Unit
- Beverage Blending Section
- Sterilization Section
- Filling section
- Clean–In–Place System
Beverage Processing Plant
TechQu can provide a complete beverage processing plant that includes equipment such as ingredient preparation machines, blending tanks, pasteurizers, filters, carbonation equipment, and packaging machines. The company designs and manufactures the equipment to meet the specific requirements of the customer and comply with the current food safety regulations and guidelines. TechQu also offers after-sales service and maintenance for the equipment to ensure its longevity and performance.
We perform design, supply, erection and commissioning of beverage processing equipment and their utilities for turnkey projects and Greenfield projects. We take complete care of beverage processing automation. Undertake project engineering consultancy, project process design, process economy and feasibility, utilities design and supply.
TechQu proposes high-level solutions for pasteurization and sterilization of a wide range of products such as Beverage Products. Our expertise in cost effective design, bespoke manufacturing, automation, installation and after sales services has allowed us to be the turnkey solution. Beverage processing starts from preparation section and continues till pasteurization. This integrated beverage processing line includes sugar syrup preparation, pulp unloading, ingredient dosing sections, beverage blending section, ready beverage storage section, beverage pasteurizer and a centralized CIP station.
A beverage processing plant is a facility where ingredients are mixed, blended, and processed to create various types of beverages such as soft drinks, juices, energy drinks, and other liquid products. The process typically includes several steps such as:
- Ingredient preparation: ingredients are prepared and measured according to the recipe.
- Mixing and blending: ingredients are mixed and blended together in a blending tank to create the final product.
- Pasteurization: The juice is heated to kill any bacteria and extend its shelf life.
- Filtration: The juice is filtered to remove any remaining impurities.
- Carbonation: Carbon dioxide is added to create carbonated drinks.
- Packaging: The beverage is packaged in bottles, cans, or pouches.
- Storage: The beverage is stored in a cool, dry place until it is ready to be shipped to customers.