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About the company

Type
Company

Members type
innovator

Headquarters
84000, France

Company size
32

Founders
François Cazalas

Founded
2004

SDG's

  • Clean water and sanitation

  • Industry, innovation and infrastructure


Social

Website
claranor.com

Alliance member

Claranor

Chemical Free Packaging Sterilization

Claranor develops Pulsed Light Sterilization equipment for food, beverage and pharma packaging. The technology uses no water and no chemical disinfectants. The equipment is compact and can be easily integrated on new or existing lines. The main industrial applications are currently in-line cap and cup sterilization on medium and high speed lines.

Offer

CLARANOR PULSED LIGHT PACKAGING STERILIZATION

Description
Chemical free and cost-efficient solutions using the power of pulsed light to sterilize cap, preform, cup, lid, nest ...

Claranor designs in-line packaging sterilization solutions using pulsed light technology. Claranor is the pioneer of pulsed light sterilization. Suitable for the beverage, dairy, pharmaceutical industries it allows the sterilization of closure, preform neck, cup, lid, nest ... Pulsed Light uses the germicidal effect of short duration pulses of intense broad spectrum white light, rich in UVC. It is a valuable cleantech alternative to conventional packaging sterilization methods: chemical or irradiation; it offers similar level of decontamination on surface but without the drawbacks. Allowing substantial savings, Claranor pulsed light sterilization simplifies the production process while preserving the natural resources and thus reducing ecological footprint. Today, 300 units are in operation worldwide and Claranor solutions are already recognized by major OEMs and producers all over the world.

Available in
Worldwide

Categories of application
Water treatment, Water distribution and use, Industrial processes

Sector of application
Quality enhancing technologies, Water-saving appliances, Drinking water management, Other

Status
Implemented