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Sipa provided an update on the early adopters of its latest oven technology for its stretch blowmolding systems. The new "green" ovens were originally launched on Sipa's SFR EVO3 rotary systems, which came onto the market in 2013. Since then, the technology was expanded to other SFL linear blowmolding systems. Now, customers with existing standard equipment can also get the oven upgrades.

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Sipa’s ‘green’ oven upgrades provide energy savings on blowmolding systems

Sipa provided an update on the early adopters of its latest oven technology for its stretch blowmolding systems. The new "green" ovens were originally launched on Sipa's SFR EVO3 rotary systems, which came onto the market in 2013. Since then, the technology was expanded to other SFL linear blowmolding systems. Now, customers with existing standard equipment can also get the oven upgrades.

DSC_2616.jpegThe company claims that several major customers have already opted for the new "green" ovens. In production of bottles in formats from 0.75 L to 1.5 L, for mineral water, carbonated soft drinks, and milk, they are reporting energy savings of over 40%-and in one case beyond 46%.

Compared to earlier generations, the new "green" ovens have reduced electrical consumption, due to the use of new lamps and special materials and coatings for the reflectors. Process conditions are very stable, the company stated.

"The EVO3 came out last year as a result of Sipa's efforts to improve performance, reliability, and above all added value in customer's investments, the company stated. "It is fast, highly versatile, very efficient, and it costs less to run. The new oven is one of the key factors in these improvements, which is why Sipa now offers it as an upgrade option for users of various earlier generations of SFR and SFL stretch blowmolding systems."

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