Wild Goose Filling has a new all-purpose beverage packaging system engineered with counter pressure filling technologies. Known as Wild Goose Fusion, the system combines patent-pending Wild Goose counter pressure filling technologies with Wild Goose’s fast-pour innovations with the versatile bandwidth of pressurized filling.
Unlike conventional counter pressure systems on the market, the company says the Wild Goose Fusion protects packaged product quality without requiring a pressure bowl or drum. This design delivers a light-weight, agile canning machine with fast fill cycles, low dissolved oxygen to preserve beverage shelf life, safe operation, minimal cleaning time and low operating costs.
“Our goal is to provide filling systems able to handle the unique challenges of every craft beverage maker,” said Aaron Gomolak, President of Wild Goose Filling. “The progressive Fusion Counter Pressure system, the most innovative filling system in the industry, was developed internally and is exclusive to Wild Goose. Whether our customers need canning or bottling, from our smallest Gosling to our fastest Evolution Series WG10, we can accommodate any customer.”
The Fusion canning line accommodates virtually every craft beverage, including seltzer, beer, RTDs, soda, kombucha, wine, cannabis drinks and more. Beverage producers can also switch between can sizes and lid types on the adjustable machine to expand their product portfolios.
State-of-the-art software provides the backbone for Wild Goose’s newest machine operating system, offering immediate command over each machine operation. The Fusion canning line incorporates the latest in digital controls and a high-resolution digital touch interface to deliver an intuitive, user-friendly experience.
Like the upgradeable Wild Goose Evolution Series canning systems, the Fusion Counter Pressure Canning System can grow with demand on the same compact footprint. The machine upgrades from 2 to 4 to 6 fill heads, boosting speed to meet future production scale.
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