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Carbonated Beverage Filling Machine

soda bottling machine


Up to 28,000 bottles per hour

filling heads

Up to 50 filling heads

beverage types

Ideal for soda, cola, and carbonated soft drinks

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If you want to enhance your production and bottling abilities for carbonated drinks, then iBottling’s top-of-the-line isobaric filling machine is the solution you need. The soda filler is crafted for efficiency, dependability, and user-friendliness, allowing beverage manufacturers to bottle soda beverages, beer, sparkling water, kombucha, and more with decreased downtime, reduced expenses, and increased output.
This cutting-edge carbonated beverage filling machine is made to give you a competitive advantage. Continue reading to discover why our bottle filling machines in the beverage industry surpass the competition, and how they can positively impact your company.


When you first lay eyes on our Carbonated bottle filler, you’ll immediately see the meticulous design aimed at maximizing your production efficiency. The integrated monoblock system combines container cleaning, filling, and capping into a seamless process, saving space on your production floor and enhancing overall effectiveness.
With features such as servo motors and stainless steel construction, this equipment is built to endure continuous use. The user-friendly interface allows for easy switching between container formats to adapt to changing needs.
Additional design perks include:
  • Speed control for quick changeovers and gentle filling
  • CO2 recovery system to minimize gas waste
  • Validation ports for accurate filling
  • Casters for easy transport within your facility

By prioritizing innovation, iBottling leverages years of research and development expertise to develop filling machinery that exceeds standards. Find out why we are the preferred option for carbonated beverage manufacturers worldwide.

Carbonated Soft Drink Filling Machine Versatile Applications

The carbonated soft drink filling machine has versatile applications that allow it to handle a wide range of carbonated beverages:

  • Cola, juices, and sodas – The machine can smoothly fill these classic carbonated soft drinks while minimizing foaming.
  • Sparkling water – The gentle filling process preserves the delicate carbonation in bubbly water, allowing production of plain or flavored varieties.
  • Kombucha – The machine can maintain the natural carbonation and flavor profile of raw kombucha during the filling process.
  • Beer – The counter-pressure filling technique protects the bubbles and foam head of draft and craft beers, ensuring consistent carbonation.

This versatility enables beverage producers to improve and expand their product offerings to meet evolving consumer demands across the carbonated drinks market. The machine’s ability to handle diverse container types and sizes further enhances its versatility.

UP TO 50%

Steplead certified parts with additional warranty

UP TO 25%

Less maintenance

UP TO 20%

Less energy using lower engine speed and larger hydraulic pump.

rinsing system of water filling machine

Executing Efficient Rinsing

Before filling and sealing, the rinsing system cleans containers using water or media supplied by the customer. By undergoing a thorough rinsing procedure, any impurities are eliminated, ensuring the containers are prepared to be filled with the beverage.

Filling with Care

The bottling system is designed specifically for carbonated beverages. It efficiently fills bottles, minimizes bubbles, prevents carbon dioxide leakage, and maintains the carbonation level.

filling system of water filling machine
capping system of water filling machine

Ensuring tight seals.

The capping system seals containers with secure caps after they are filled, ensuring no leaks, maintaining carbonation, and prolonging shelf life. These caps play a vital role in maintaining product quality.


3,000 ~28,000 Bottles 500ml / Per Hour
Washing heads1418243240
Filling heads1218243240
Capping heads5681012
Production Capacity3,000 B/H (500ml)4,000 B/H (500ml)6,000 B/H (500ml)8,000 B/H (500ml)12,000 B/H (500ml)
Machine Power2kw2.8kw3kw4kw5kw
Overall dimension (mm)2300 x 1780 x 2200mm3360 x 2400 x 2610mm3360 x 2400 x 2610mm4060 x 3000 x 2700mm4260 x 3120 x 2750mm


Here is a list of all the types of technical questions concerning carbonated beverage filling machine that you can find.

Steps in carbonated drink filling machine operation

Bottle Preparation

  • The process begins by thoroughly cleaning and sterilizing the bottles to ensure product freshness and quality 12.

CO2 Pressurization

  • Carbon dioxide (CO2) is injected into the bottles under pressure to create the characteristic carbonation and effervescence 12.

Liquid Filling

  • The carbonated liquid syrup, which is a mixture of sweeteners, flavors, and water, is precisely measured and injected into the bottles 12.
  • The syrup is chilled to prevent excessive foaming during the filling process 2.


  • Once filled, the bottles are quickly capped to seal in the carbonation and prevent gas from escaping 12.

Maintaining Carbonation Levels

  • The filling machine employs advanced sensors and counter pressure control mechanisms to monitor and adjust the CO2 pressure and liquid flow rate in real-time, ensuring the desired carbonation level in carbonated water is maintained 245.

High-Speed Operation

  • Modern carbonated beverage filling machines are capable of filling hundreds of bottles per minute through synchronized movements, innovative valve designs, and advanced automation 2.

Ensuring Hygiene and Quality

  • These machines are equipped with features like CIP (Clean-In-Place) systems that automate the cleaning process, ensuring all components in contact with the beverage are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized 24.

In summary, carbonated beverage filling machines work by precisely controlling the carbonation, liquid filling, and sealing processes to produce consistently carbonated, high-quality beverages at high speeds while maintaining strict hygiene standards.


What are the key components of bottle carbonated filling machine?

The key components of a PET bottle carbonated beverage filling machine include:

  1. Bottle Rinsing System: The bottle rinsing system is a crucial component that ensures the cleanliness of the bottles before filling. It typically uses sterile water sprayed through nozzles to clean the inner and outer surfaces of the bottles, removing any dust or impurities. 
  2. Filling System: The csd filling equipment is responsible for accurately filling the bottles with the carbonated beverage. It often uses an isobaric filling method, where CO2 is injected into the empty bottle to maintain the same pressure inside the bottle as in the filling tank. This allows for a stable and efficient filling process. 
  3. Capping System: The capping system automatically applies the appropriate caps, such as HDPE plastic caps, crown caps, aluminum screw caps, or pull-ring caps, to the filled bottles. It uses a flexible capping mechanism to accommodate different cap types. 
  4. Bottle Handling: The machine includes mechanisms for handling the bottles, such as bottle-feeding dials, bottle clamps, and lifting cylinders, to transport the bottles through the different stages of the filling process. 
  5. Control System: The carbonated beverage filling machine has a complete control system that ensures the smooth and efficient operation of the entire process, from bottle rinsing to capping. This includes sensors, valves, and programmable logic controllers (PLCs) to monitor and regulate the various parameters. 
  6. Stainless Steel Construction: The parts of the machine that come into contact with the beverage are typically made of high-quality stainless steel, ensuring hygiene and easy cleaning. 

By integrating these key components, a carbonated beverage filling machine can efficiently and reliably fill, cap, and prepare carbonated drinks for packaging and distribution


how to pressuirse beverage can using co2 but avoiding carbonation

The Importance of Gas Solubility

When pressurizing a beverage can, the choice of gas is critical. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is highly soluble in water, meaning it easily dissolves into the liquid. As CO2 dissolves, it forms carbonic acid, which gives carbonated drinks their fizzy, bubbly taste.In contrast, nitrogen gas (N2) is much less soluble in water. This makes nitrogen ideal for pressurizing a can without causing carbonation. However, nitrogen requires higher pressure to dissolve compared to CO2.

The Pressurization Process

To pressurize a can with nitrogen, you’ll need a few key pieces of equipment:

  1. A nitrogen gas tank
  2. A pressure regulator to control the gas flow
  3. Tubing to connect the regulator to the can

First, seal the empty can. Then, use the regulator to slowly inject nitrogen gas into the sealed can through the tubing. The nitrogen will fill the headspace above the liquid, creating pressure inside the can.

Preventing Carbonation

To avoid having the nitrogen dissolve into the liquid and cause carbonation, it’s important to:

  1. Keep the can at room temperature. Colder temperatures increase gas solubility.
  2. Minimize agitation and movement of the can. Shaking or stirring the liquid can cause the nitrogen to absorb.
  3. Use a higher pressure of nitrogen. More pressure helps keep the gas in the headspace.

As long as the nitrogen stays in the headspace and doesn’t dissolve into the liquid, the can will remain pressurized without becoming carbonated.

Benefits of Nitrogen Pressurization

Pressurizing with nitrogen offers several advantages:

  1. The can maintains its shape and won’t get crushed, even when empty.
  2. The drink stays flat and uncarbonated, preserving its original taste.
  3. Nitrogen is an inert gas, so it won’t react with or alter the beverage.

By carefully controlling the pressurization process and choosing nitrogen over CO2, you can keep your beverage cans pressurized without unwanted carbonation. The key is to keep the nitrogen gas in the headspace and out of the liquid itself.


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