Allpax overpressure spray retorts are built with severe-duty components and are favorites for processing pouches, trays, and bottles. Spray retorts from Allpax utilize a high-volume pump with an array of spray nozzles strategically located to provide complete load coverage and create even temperature distribution in both heating and cooling.
Responsible for producing the most complete line of retorts and sterilization retorts in the world, Allpax guarantees high quality engineering that delivers. Allpax machinery is developed by Thermal Processing Specialists who share a vast knowledge of innovative craftsmanship and design. Allpax products satisfy or exceed specific codes outlined in the Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (21CFR), both by design and fabrication. Allpax machinery is fortified with the utmost premium materials, allowing for a seamless and dependable performance. Standard retorts are available in manual or automatic quick-opening doors, providing you with a truly customizable machine for your processing needs. Rest assured, Allpax retorts are ASME coded and registered by the National Board.
Explore the vast options for high quality retorts with Allpax. Because our expert technicians manufacture our own equipment, we offer 24/7 support by Allpax engineers. To make retort processing even easier, Allpax also offers a wide assortment of controls. Special features like retort log reporting, multi-level security, and on-line deviation correction are just a few of the examples Allpax has to offer. Find out more about our innovative retorts online, or call for additional information.Request more info about this product
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The water immersion retorts from Allpax are designed to process all types of jars, bottles and cans.
Utilize forced-convection / fan-driven circulating steam process with overriding air pressure.
With improvements, these retorts deliver chilled or aseptic quality at shelf stable costs.
Perfect for pouches, trays, and other horizontally-oriented containers.