Bottom Line Process Technologies, Inc. makes development of juices, teas, waters, and other still beverages efficient and affordable with our High Temperature / Short Time HTST pasteurizers. Since 1994, we have been designing, building, and supplying customers worldwide with standard and custom beverage units.
Quickly produce and evaluate samples with as little as 2 liters of product. Run a sample, bottle, flush with water and run the next sample. Operation is simple, with no special training, utilities, or mechanical support required.
Our standard Beverage Laboratory Hot Fill HTST Pasteurizer, TPS1-200°F, features rates up to 1 liter per minute, and temperatures up to 205°F (96°C). The machine is all electric, plug and process.
Options include custom hold tubes, product cooling coil (trim cooler, limitations apply based on pump capabilities), optional wattage heaters, in addition to various pump types and controller configurations.
High Temperature Short Time HTST Pasteurizer, TPS2-200°F
Based on the standard HTST machine, the upgraded TPS2-200°F includes a high pressure feed pump, a custom, insulated hold tube (length is customer-specified), and a product cooling coil with separate product temperature readout. The product cooling coil also features removable vessels with valving for water and product. The additional features of the TPS2 enable the user to process a wider range of products, while offering enhanced process control.
Additional options for the TPS2 include:
- Custom hold tubes
- Product cooling coil (trim cooler, limitations apply based on pump capabilities)
- Optional wattage heaters
- Various pump types and controller configurations
We can even design HTST Pasteurizers that fit into your lab cabinetry!
Optional Water Tank with Pump for Efficient Production of Chilled Water
If you require a source of chilled water for a product cooling coil, we offer a simple solution. Our 30 gallon stainless steel tank and circulation pump includes piping to and from the product cooler. Simply add city water and ice to the tank to create chilled water for the shell side of the product cooling coil.