In the vast landscape of packaging, one's success is often hinged on the precision and efficiency of their machinery. When it comes to bottling equipment, the selection offered by Exapro stands as a beacon of quality and reliability.

Even though navigating the complex market for such equipment might be difficult, Exapro makes the process astonishingly straightforward. Their platform presents a wide variety of units, each with in-depth information to encourage simple and informed decision-making.

Exapro's catalogue, from liquid dispensers to bottle fillers, is meticulously scrutinised for quality, ensuring only the finest machinery reaches the customer. Their offerings span a range of price points, creating a space where superior machinery is accessible, irrespective of budget constraints.

With Exapro's global reach, commitment to excellence, and user-friendly platform, the procurement of the ideal machinery to bolster your operational efficiency and productivity transforms from a daunting task into a feasible goal. Welcome to the realm of Exapro, your gateway to precision and efficiency in packaging.





CERMA 52 MB Isobarometric Filler (1998)

Year: 1998

Overview This isobarometric filler was built in 1998 by Italian manufacturer CERMA. Technical Details Capacity: 5,000 bph Number of filling stations: 24 Number of capping elements: 4 Formats included: 0,75L & 0,33L longneck bottle Single pre-evacuation Vacuum pump included No high-pressure injection Seals must be replaced Weight: 3,500 kg Installed power: 1.5 KVA

Kina SHS BC-40 chubby gorilla filling bottles of 60 ml Low working hours

Year: 2023

Capacity units/hour 2000 u/h
Min filling capacity 0.1 L
Product substance Liquids
Max filling capacity 0.1 L
Tetrapack / PET / Can / Glass PET

Hormes KHS, Krones, 15,000 bph Filling line for non-returnable glass bottles

Year: 2015

Capacity units/hour 15000 u/h
Type Automatic
Tetrapack / PET / Can / Glass Glass

Wild Goose WG5 250MCE atmospheric filling machine

Year: 2018

Capacity units/hour 50 u/h
Min filling capacity 0.2 L
Max filling capacity 0.5 L
Tetrapack / PET / Can / Glass Can

SIDEL SBO 18, KHS Monobloc isobarometric filling machine

Year: 1999

Capacity units/hour 23400 u/h
Min filling capacity 0.3 L
Max filling capacity 0.5 L
Tetrapack / PET / Can / Glass PET

Brewco B1600 Resaw

Year: 2012

Brewco Grade Resaw and Runaround System Model: B1600, 16" x 16' capacity, infeed web was new in Feb., 50 hp electric on saw, 50 hp electron on hydraulic unit, 1 3/4" x 40" bandwheels with oil bath hubs, 2" x 20'4" bands, air band tensioner, hydraulic powered press down roll, runaround has all decks and rollcases, including 5 way board …

GANDRA TEC 500+ Bottling unit

Year: 2017

Capacity units/hour 500 u/h
Min filling capacity 3 L
Type Automatic
Max filling capacity 20 L
Product substance Liquids

Used KRONES carbonated bottling line


Capacity units/hour 7000 u/h
Min filling capacity 0.3 L
Carbonated / Non carbonated Non carbonated
Max filling capacity 1 L
Product substance Liquids

STORK 0.75 l Bottling unit


Capacity units/hour 8000 u/h
Product substance Liquids
Max filling capacity 0.8 L
Carbonated / Non carbonated Non carbonated

Linear filler 8 head


Linear filler 8 filling valves vacuum system full automatic filling PLC control with display for setup filling time flexible bottle centering



The FD-21 is a semi-automatic laboratory SQUARE sheet former used for the production of standard laboratory hand sheets for physical and optical testing, with full respect to modern performance and ergonomic requirements. The square sheet is formed from a pulp suspension on a standard wire screen gauze under suction generated by the flow of the water column. Features Plexiglass square …

Used SACMI plastic closure line equipment (Plastic Cap)

Year: 2004

1. We have Alcoa1810 two piece(with liner) and Alcoa 1881 one piece cap (with out liner) for hot file, CSD / Nitrogen(LN2) fill. 2. The compression molding machine is 500CPM, all the other line equipment are 1000CPM. 3. Year of make: 2004 4. Yesr of idle: 2019 M Line equipment are in good condition We take care of the plastic …

Can Filling Line 1


Specification: The line is set at 198 mm cans (approx 90 cans/min) The line can be fed by 25 kg bags or Bins, running bins last 3 years. The line is comprised of the following equipment. A. Infeed (outside critical hygiene) Kawasaki depalletizing robot, model ZX130L, & associated conveyors 2 X Busch vacuum pump Type – RA 0305 D 502 …

Used 2012 CASE 580 SUPER N

Year: 2012

Adjustable Seat 82″ General Purpose Loader Bucket Selectable 4×4 Operation Front and Rear Work Lights Hydraulic Outriggers w/ Street Pads 16″ Backhoe Digging Bucket Bolt on Cutting Edge Features Air Conditioning, Extendable Stick, Backup Alarm ENGINE MODEL: FPT F5BFL413B HORSEPOWER: 92 TRANSMISSION TYPE: Synchromesh Technical Specifications TRANSPORT DIMENSIONS: 275" L x 84" W x 109" H TRANSPORT WEIGHT: 22,400 lbs …



Technical Specifications Test menu.....................................................Clotting, chromogenic and immunological assays Continuous sample and reagent loading...................................YES Continuous operation................YES Sample and reagent transport system...............................Racks Samples onboard.............................40 (10/sample rack) Assay-specific HIL sample check.............................YES Tube-fill height detection...YES Sample aspiration clog check...................................................YES Closed-Tube Sampling.............YES (cap-piercing) Reagents onboard..........................26 (refrigerated) Reagents barcode reader....YES (integrated) Barcoded reagents........................YES (barcode includes lot, exp. date and vial size) Cuvettes onboard............................800 Applications onboard................500 (250 …

Filling and packing line for glass bottles


Max filling capacity 22000 L
Product substance Liquids
Carbonated / Non carbonated Carbonated
Tetrapack / PET / Can / Glass Glass
Type Automatic

Framax RFC‐09/08/1‐C 2K A/P Atmospheric filler (2012)

Year: 2012

Capacity units/hour 1800 u/h
Max filling capacity 0.3 L

PAC CB 10-0,5DS7 Compact bottle wasing machine

Year: 1995

Capacity units/hour 9000 u/h
Max filling capacity 0.5 L

Used Titus Schorch Bottling unit

Year: 2004

Filling machine for polymers in 1-10 litre containers. Machine was no longer used after purchase, it is in mint condition. Complete analogue system documentation available.


A bottling filler, as its name suggests, is an integral component in the packaging world, designed to dispense a specific quantity of product into a variety of container types, notably bottles. This sophisticated piece of machinery is designed to ensure precision and consistency in the bottling process. The substance being dispensed can range from liquids to powders, granules, and even pastes, with different machines tailored for each type of product. The technology that drives these devices is varied, with some employing volumetric filling, others utilising vacuum filling, and yet others relying on a weight system to ensure the correct amount of product is filled.

The operation of these machines is an orchestrated symphony of mechanical precision. The bottles are typically fed onto a conveyor and guided into position beneath the filler nozzles. Once in place, the machine dispenses the exact quantity of product into each bottle. After filling, the bottles continue their journey to the next stage, which may be capping or sealing. The speed and efficiency of this process are vital in industries where high output is required.

Bottle fillers find their applications across a multitude of industries. In the food and beverage sector, they are used to fill bottles with drinks, sauces, and oils. The pharmaceutical industry relies on them to accurately fill bottles with medicines, be they liquid or granular. In the cosmetics industry, everything from perfumes to creams is bottled using this machinery. The chemical industry, too, utilises these machines for packaging everything from cleaning solutions to motor oils. Thus, the humble bottling filler, in its myriad forms, plays a pivotal role in the operations of an array of industries.

Before embarking on the purchase of such a machine, there are a host of factors one must diligently consider. Just as one wouldn't procure a motorcar without first examining its engine and service history, so too should one approach the acquisition of bottling equipment with a meticulous eye.

The first point of consideration should be the type of product the machine is intended to fill. Is it a liquid or a powder, a viscous substance or a granular one? Different filling machines are designed to handle different materials, and it's crucial to ensure the machine you're considering is suitable for your specific product.

Next, one should consider the container or bottle that will be filled. Its size, shape, and material can all influence the machine's compatibility. Certain machines may have limitations when it comes to the size of the container they can fill, while others may not be suitable for certain materials. It's also essential to consider the speed at which the machine can fill these containers. All these parameters should be checked with the agent from Exapro who will verify with the seller to make sure that it is suitable for your needs.

The condition of the machine is another essential factor. A brand-new machine may seem like an attractive option, but a well-maintained used machine could offer comparable performance at a more economical price. Whether new or used, it's important to inspect the machine for any signs of wear or damage and to check its service history. We will always recommend you to travel to the seller's location in order to make sure that the machine is as stated in the advertisement. 

Main factors to choose a capping machine

Before purchasing a bottling filler, it's essential to carefully consider the following technical data, attributes, and options to ensure it aligns with your specific requirements:

  • Product Type: Is your product a liquid, powder, granule, or paste? Different machines are designed for different product types;
  • Container Specifications: What is the size, shape, and material of the bottle or container you will be filling? Certain machines may have limitations on the containers they can accommodate;
  • Speed and Volume: What is your desired production capacity? The machine should be able to meet your required output, both in terms of speed (bottles per minute) and volume (product quantity per bottle);
  • Filling Method: Different machines use different filling methods, such as volumetric, vacuum, or weigh filling. The choice of method can affect both accuracy and speed;
  • Machine Condition: Whether you're considering a new or used machine, check its condition for any signs of wear or damage. For used machines, also check the service history;
  • Price: Does the machine fit within your budget? Remember to factor in the cost of any necessary installation, maintenance, or repairs;
  • Space Requirements: Does the machine fit within your available space? Check the machine's dimensions and ensure you have enough room for operation and maintenance;
  • Power Requirements: Ensure the machine's power requirements are compatible with your facility's power supply;
  • Regulatory Compliance: Does the machine comply with the regulatory standards of your industry and region? This is especially important in industries such as food and pharmaceuticals;
  • Manufacturer and Model: Consider the reputation of the manufacturer and the specific model of the machine. Quality, reliability, and after-sales service can vary widely.

Main manufacturers

Krones AG: A German company recognised globally, Krones AG specialises in the design and manufacture of high-quality filling and packaging systems. They are known for their innovative technologies and robust, efficient machinery that caters to a broad range of industries.

SIDEL: A leading provider of equipment and services for packaging liquids such as water, soft drinks, and liquid dairy products, SIDEL has a strong reputation for their durable, high-speed filling systems.

Serac: Originating in France, Serac specialises in designing and manufacturing filling and capping machines. Their innovative solutions cater to the dairy, edible oil, home care, and personal care industries, among others.

GEA Group: A global technology company, GEA Group offers a wide range of filling technology, including aseptic filling. They are known for their sustainable and efficient solutions across multiple sectors including food, beverages, and pharmaceuticals.

Vollenda: Vollenda, based in Germany, has a century-long history of providing advanced filling and weighing systems. They are renowned for their customised solutions that meet specific customer requirements, catering to industries such as food, chemical, and pharmaceutical.

Tetra Pak: A Swedish multinational food packaging and processing company, Tetra Pak is known for its commitment to sustainability and innovative processing and packaging solutions, including a variety of filling machines.

Groninger: This German-based company is a worldwide leader in developing, designing and manufacturing filling, closing and process technology. Groninger is particularly distinguished in the pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries for their precision and high-quality machinery.

Bosch Packaging Technology: Now known as Syntegon Technology, this German company has a strong reputation for their high-quality and reliable filling and packaging technology. They cater to the food, pharmaceutical, and confectionery industries, to name a few.

Consider all the logistical aspects of buying

Transferring a second-hand bottling filler from one factory to another is a complex process that requires careful planning and consideration. 

The logistical challenge begins with disassembly, where the machine must be carefully broken down into manageable components. This process should be carried out by experienced technicians to prevent damage. 

Once disassembled, each part must be meticulously packed and secured for transport, ensuring their protection during the journey. 

The transportation itself requires careful planning, with considerations around route, vehicle type, and handling equipment. We advise you to consult with your local shipping company but we can also try to recommend other companies.

Upon arrival at the new location, the machine must be rebuilt and calibrated in the new site with the same degree of care and skill. 

Additionally, now is a good time to update or perform any necessary maintenance on the equipment. 

Furthermore, it is crucial to consider the machine's compatibility with the new factory's power supply and floor layout. 

Consulting with a professional machinery moving company that has experience with packaging machinery can help ensure a smooth and successful transition.