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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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Are you looking to improve your carbonated soft beverage production and bottling capabilities? Look no further than iBottling’s industry-leading isobaric filling machine. Engineered for efficiency, reliability and ease of use, our soda filler allows beverage producers to bottle soda soft drinks, beer, sparkling water, kombucha and more with less downtime, lower costs, and higher throughput.

This innovative  carbonated beverage filling machine is designed to give you a competitive edge. Keep reading to learn why our bottling machinery outperforms the competition, and how it can benefit your business.


The moment you see our Carbonated bottle filler, you’ll notice the thoughtful design focused on optimizing your production. The monoblock structure seamlessly integrates container cleaning, filling and capping functions into one continuous process. This not only saves space on your production floor, but also improves efficiency.

Key features like servo motors and stainless steel construction ensure the equipment withstands the rigors of round-the-clock use. And the intuitive operator interface allows quick and easy transition between container formats to meet changing requirements.

Other design advantages include:

  • Variable speed control to balance fast changeovers and gentle soda filling
  • carbon dioxide recovery system to reduce gas waste
  • CIP cleaning for thorough sanitization
  • Validation ports to ensure filling accuracy
  • Casters for transport around your facility

With a focus on innovation, iBottling builds on decades of R&D experience to create filling equipment that goes beyond expectations. Discover why we’re the top choice for fizzing drink producers around the world.

Carbonated Soft Drink Filling Machine Versatile Applications

Our Carbonated bottle filler is highly versatile to suit the diverse needs of drink producers. Whether you container soda soft drinks, beer, kombucha, bubbly water or other bubbly drink, this machine can handle it.

Several features make our filler versatile for different applications:

  • Interchangeable parts to switch between container types and sizes
  • Variable speed control to fine-tune filling for each product
  • carbon dioxide flushing to maintain carbonation
  • CIP cleaning to prevent cross-contamination between products
  • Pressure control for filling stability across formulations

The versatility of our filler allows you to improve and expand your product offerings. Some examples include:

  • Cola, juices and sodas – The smooth filling ensures minimal foaming for soda soft drinks. Meet customer demand for favorites like cola, lemon-lime soda and fruit juices.

  • Sparkling water – Gentle filling preserves the delicate carbonation in bubbly water. Bottle plain or flavored varieties for the growing market.

  • Kombucha – Maintain the flavor profile and natural carbonation of raw kombucha during filling. Produce probiotic-rich kombucha to tap the health-conscious market.

  • Beer – Counter-pressure filling protects the bubbles and foam head of draft and craft beers. Package your signature brews in container to sell locally or export abroad.

  • Flavored seltzer – Create interesting new flavors and sensations by soda flavored waters. Lead market trends with unique bubbly drink.

With flexibility for different sparkle products, our filler empowers you to expand your business. Discover the possibilities with iBottling!

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

Implementing Effective Rinsing

The rinsing system cleans containers using customer-supplied water or media before filling and capping. Thorough rinsing removes contaminants and prepares containers to receive the beverage.

Filling with Care

The filling system is designed specifically for carbonated beverages. It fills containers precisely while minimizing foam, preventing CO2 loss, and maintaining carbonation levels.

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capping system of water filling machine

Securing Airtight Seals

The capping system applies secure, airtight caps following filling. Tight caps prevent leaks, preserve carbonation, and extend shelf life. They are essential for product quality.


3,000 ~28,000 Bottles 500ml / Per Hour
  • Rinsing Valves: 50
  • Filling Valves: 50
  • Capping Heads: 12
  • Power: 9.6Kw
  • Dimension: 5,450 x 3,210 x 2,400MM

How to ensure the safe and efficient production of botted water filling line - carbonated soft drink

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

The Key to Efficient Carbonated beverage filling machine

iBottling’s soda bottling machine takes the hassle out of fizzing drink bottling. Our innovative filler seamlessly integrates rinsing, filling and capping functions in a monoblock structure for maximum efficiency.

Engineered for versatility across container and product types, our equipment empowers you to expand your offerings. The machine is easy to operate, maintain, and clean, reducing labor requirements. And the precision fill management preserves carbonation for consistent quality and taste.

As an established leader in the drink industry, iBottling has a proven track record helping producers succeed. Our filling technology will give you a competitive advantage through:

  • Increased manufacturing capability and throughput
  • Reduced operating costs and waste
  • Improved product quality and appeal
  • Flexibility for changing market demands
  • Simple integration into existing production line

If your goals include growing your fizzing drink business, the iBottling  carbonated beverage filling machine is the clear solution. Trust our expertise to provide the technology you need to stay ahead.

What types of carbonated beverages can you fill with this machine?

Our versatile sparkle bottling machine can fill a wide variety of sparkle products including soft drinks, soda water, beer, sparkling wines, flavored waters, kombucha and more. It can handle PET plastic, glass or aluminum cans.How does the sparkle filling process work?

The machine equalizes pressure between the container and tank before opening the filling valves. This isobaric filling method maintains carbonation. Foaming is minimized through smooth filling, CO2 flushing and reduced turbulence.

How is this sparkle filling device cleaned and sanitized?

The integrated CIP system thoroughly cleans and sanitizes the filler with hot water or cleaning solutions. This prevents cross-contamination between products. The parts are also easy to access and remove for manual cleaning.What source provides the carbonation?

Most customers use a carbonation system to add carbon dioxide to their liquid before it enters our filler. We can recommend trusted brands of carbonators, or supply a complete turnkey filling and packaging line including carbonation equipment.

How does iBottling support and service the equipment?

We provide extensive training on operating and maintaining your sparkle liquid filling system. Our technicians are available by phone and can quickly send replacement parts if needed. We also offer maintenance contracts for ongoing service and support.What is the typical production capacity of this equipment?

Production capacity depends on your container size and desired throughput. Typical filling speeds range from 1,000 to 36,000 bottles per hour. We will evaluate your goals and recommend the right model to suit your needs.

How long does it take to receive the carbonated beverage filling machine after ordering?

Standard lead time is 12-16 weeks to build and ship your sparkle filling equipment. We may be able to expedite the process for an additional fee. Any expected delays or scheduling issues will be promptly communicated by your project coordinator.

What certifications does this equipment meet?

Our sparkle liquid filling equipment meets CE, UL, ISO and other major compliance standards required for the beverage industry. We can adapt the equipment for your local regulatory requirements.

The Future of Carbonated Beverage Production

Sparkle beverages show no signs of decreasing in popularity. As producers race to meet demand, relying on outdated filling machinery results in missed opportunities. iBottling combines next-generation technology with beverage industry expertise to drive the future of sparkle bottling.

Our sparkle Filling Machine doesn’t just improve your production – it reimagines it. The monoblock structure seamlessly integrates functions for radical gains in efficiency. The versatility across container types and speeds allows limitless innovation in your offerings. And the precision fill management and carbonation retention take quality to new heights.

This filler represents a revolutionary step forward. It provides the automated, high-speed filling capability required for the volumes consumers demand. Yet maintains the gentle, controlled process necessary to protect each liquid’s bubbles, aroma and flavor.

The result? Production capacities up to 36,000 containers per hour without sacrificing carbonation or foam. That’s the best of both worlds.

As the leading soft drink filler supplier, iBottling commits significant resources to pioneering new technology. We hold several patents on innovative filling methods, components and automation. Our R&D team constantly improves equipment design and capabilities. This empowers you to adopt the latest advancements as your business grows.

Your competitors are exploring how to produce more varieties, in higher quantities, at lower costs. This carbonated filling machine futureproofs your operation with the speed, efficiency and versatility needed to outpace the market. It lets you expand offerings, enter new segments and build your brand – not just locally, but across the globe.

The stakes have never been higher in the beverage business. Consumers want new and exciting flavor experiences delivered rapidly and affordably. Capturing market share means outpacing the innovation and production capacities of rivals.

Don’t let outdated filling technology limit your vision for the future. Partner with iBottling to bring the future of sparkle liquid filling to your business today. Transform possibilities into profitable realities with the leading name in filling system.


Start Your Carbonated Beverage Revolution

After reviewing the performance, flexibility and reliability of iBottling’s Carbonated Filling Machine, we hope you’re eager to revolutionize your sparkle bottling. Our filling experts stand ready to make your vision a reality.

To get started, choose your next step:

  • Request a quote outlining a custom filling solution for your needs
  • Schedule a virtual demo and Q&A session with our engineering team
  • Visit our production facility to see our fillers in action

However we can help, iBottling is committed to your success. Our carbonated filling machines empower businesses across the globe to innovate, expand and thrive. Join us, and discover what the future of sparkle beverage filling looks like. The time to take your production to the next level is now!

Invest in the Future with iBottling

When you’re ready to take your sparkle liquid production to the next level, the choice is clear – iBottling. As an established industry leader, we offer:

  • Cutting-edge filling technology engineered for maximum uptime
  • Unparalleled experience across sparkle applications and bottling lines
  • Compliance with the latest safety, sanitation and quality standards
  • Global service and support you can rely on 24/7

Make the smart investment in your operation’s future. The financial incentives alone make the decision a no-brainer:

  • Increased revenue and profit margins from higher manufacturing capability
  • Reduced operating expenses through energy and labor savings
  • Faster changeovers to accommodate seasonal products
  • Lower maintenance costs and equipment downtime

And by boosting quality and enabling innovation, our carbonated filler helps build your brand and capture market share.

Don’t settle for outdated filling machinery that hampers your potential. Partner with the experts at iBottling to access the most advanced filling solutions available. Take the first step toward revolutionizing your production today!

Key Carbonated Beverage Filling Processes Explained

One-Time Filling

The one-time filling process involves combining the syrup and water, carbonating the mixture, and filling directly into containers in a single step. This enables efficient inline production.

Two-Time Filling

The two-time filling process pours the syrup into the bottle first, followed by filling it with previously bubbly water. This method requires filling the container twice.

Choosing the Optimal Method

Understanding these key sparkle drink filling processes allows producers to choose the optimal method for their production needs and bottling equipment capabilities.

Sugar Melting Procedures Before Bottling

Types of Sugar Melting Processes

  1. Intermittent Cold-Melting: Saves energy but slower dissolution and time.

  2. Intermittent Hot Melting: Provides sterilization but higher energy use.

  3. Continuous Melting: Efficiently combines sugar supply, heating, concentration control and cooling. Widely used globally.

Sugar Melting Workflow

Metering and mixing → thermal dissolving → degassing and filtering → adjusting sugar concentration → sterilization and cooling → finished sugar syrup

Points to Note

  • Avoid over-stirring
  • Strengthen hygiene management
  • Control temperature carefully

Following optimal sugar melting procedures improves efficiency and drink quality when running fizzy drink filling equipment.

Key Aspects of Syrup Preparation

Syrup Ingredients

  • Simple syrup
  • Sodium benzoate preservative
  • Sweeteners
  • Acids
  • Juice concentrates
  • Coloring
  • Natural flavors
  • Purified water

Points for Syrup Preparation

  • Add ingredients while stirring
  • Moderate stirring speed and time
  • Add sweeteners and preservatives before acids
  • Check syrup concentration
  • Container quickly after preparation
  • Add bulk ingredients first, volatiles last

Types of Syrup Preparation Processes

  • Intermittent batch blending
  • Hot syrup blending
  • Cold syrup blending
  • Automated continuous blending

Following proper syrup preparation procedures results in optimal syrup quality and taste in carbonated beverages.

Carbonation Procedures Before Bottling

Properly fizzy drink is vital when running fizzy drink bottling machines. Here are key aspects of the carbonation process:

Roles of Carbonation

  • Cooling effect
  • Inhibits microbial growth
  • Enhances aroma
  • Provides pleasant bubbly taste

Factors Affecting Carbonation

Temperature and Pressure

The solubility of carbon dioxide in water increases at lower temperatures and higher pressures. This table shows CO2 solubility in 100 volumes of water at 1 atm:

Temperature (°C)CO2 Volumes Dissolved

Solubility is inversely proportional to temperature and directly proportional to pressure.


  • 1 volume of air removes ~50 volumes of carbon dioxide
  • Air causes foaming and gushing during filling

Beverage Properties

  • Different liquids and solutes greatly impact CO2 solubility

Measuring CO2 Solubility

  • Measured as gas volume (G.V.) dissolved in water under standard conditions (1 atm, 20°C)
  • Standard carbon dioxide solubility in water is approximately 1 G.V.
  • fizzy drink use this as the unit of solubility

Improving Carbonation Effect

  • Lower water temperature
  • Remove air from water and CO2
  • Increase carbon dioxide purity
  • Optimize gas-water mixing equipment
  • Maintain pressure balance during carbon dioxide supply
  • Use proper CO2 to water mixing ratios

Carbonation Methods

Equipment includes:

  • Air-water mixer
  • Refrigeration system
  • carbon dioxide cylinder or generator

Typical carbonation workflows:

Carbonation process workflow 1
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Carbonation process workflow 2
waterRO water treatmentFreezingdegassed

Following recommended carbonation procedures maximizes carbonation retention in beverages.

Beverage Classifications and Categories

The beverage industry offers a diverse range of products to meet consumer demand. Beverages are commonly classified into categories based on factors like primary ingredients, production process, nutritional composition, and intended use. Understanding key drink classifications helps guide product development, marketing, and regulation.

Bubbles Soft Drinks

Bubbles soft drinks are beverages containing bubbly water, sweeteners, and natural or artificial flavors. This category includes soda, colas, ginger ales, fruit-flavored bubbly beverages, and sparkling waters. Carbonation provides the characteristic fizz. Sweeteners like sugar or high fructose corn syrup impart sweetness while flavors create distinct tastes. Major soft drink manufacturers heavily invest in brand marketing.

Fruit and Vegetable Juices

Fruit and vegetable juices are extracted from the edible parts of fruits and vegetables. They can be 100% juice, juices with added water and sweeteners, juice blends, smoothies, and pulpy juices. Processing methods include cold pressing, heat extraction, and centrifugal separation. Nutritionally, juices provide key vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytochemicals. However, juicing removes beneficial fiber.

Bottled Water

Bottled water comes in still and sparkling varieties. It is sourced from natural springs or municipal supplies. Purification methods remove impurities through processes like reverse osmosis, ozonation, and activated carbon filtration. Desired minerals may be added for taste. Thanks to convenience and perceived health benefits, container water has surpassed bubbly soft drinks in popularity.

Functional & Energy Drinks

Functional and energy drinks boast specific benefits like energy boosts, hydration, or nutrition. Popular ingredients are caffeine, guarana, taurine, vitamins, electrolytes, amino acids, herbs, and protein. Although touted as healthier, some functional drinks have high sugar. Energy drinks also pose caffeine overdose risks. However, allure of enhanced performance or wellness continues to expand this category.

Tea & Coffee Beverages

Ready-to-drink tea and coffee beverages provide convenient caffeine fixes. Products range from classic iced tea and cold brew coffee to fusion drinks combining tea or coffee with juice, milk, carbonation or botanical ingredients like ginseng. Premiumization is a major trend with craft teas and coffees. The coffee shop culture also fueled growth in refrigerated container coffee drinks.

Plant-Based Beverages

Plant-based milk alternatives, like soy milk, almond milk, coconut milk, and oat milk are gaining popularity. Derived from pulses, seeds, nuts or grains, these drinks provide nutrition like protein, vitamins, and minerals with low saturated fat and no cholesterol, lactose or dairy allergens. Flavor innovations also drive new product development.

In summary, diverse consumer preferences are driving innovation and competition within key beverage categories and segments. Understanding classifications and trends helps drink companies effectively develop, market and regulate products.

The Working Principle of Carbonated Beverage Filling Machinery

Carbonated beverage filling machinery employs a complex yet efficient process to fill bottles while retaining the drinks’ signature bubbly quality. Understanding how this equipment works provides insight into delivering high-volume, consistent carbonation.

Bottle Preparation

Before filling, container undergo washing to remove contaminants. Spray nozzles blast bottles with hot purified water or sterilizing solutions, crucial for final product safety.

Methodical Filling

The filling station fills bottles with bubbly liquid under controlled conditions that maintain carbonation. Here, carbon dioxide is added under pressure, as it dissolves optimally under high pressures, preventing bubble loss.

Precision Sensors

Advanced sensors monitor the fill level in each bottle, signaling to stop flows when filled to the exact predetermined amount. This ensures consistency in product volume and quality.

Hermetic Sealing

Immediately after filling, a capping machine seals bottles, preventing carbon dioxide escape, preserving drinks’ carbonation. Applying caps with calibrated torque maintains bottle pressure.

An Intricate Process

Though complex, the underlying principle is simple—maintain optimal conditions throughout filling to sustain carbonation, delivering quality, fizzy drink.

The Components of Carbonated Beverage Fillers

Modern fizzy drink filling machines contain various components engineered to efficiently fill bottles. Understanding the roles of key components provides a blueprint for these machines’ operation.

Bottle Washers

Bottle washers clean and sanitize bottles before filling using spray nozzles to blast hot purified water or sterilizing fluids. This removes contaminants.

Conveyor Belts

Conveyor belt systems transport bottles through the filler’s stations, typically consisting of motor-driven chains or belts with bottle grips.

Filling Station

The filling station fills bottles with bubbly liquid from a pressurized vessel. Valves meter liquid flow, and sensors monitor fill levels.

Capping Module

A capping module applies bottle caps after filling to seal in carbonation. This includes a cap feed, application heads, and torque control.

Control System

A programmable logic controller coordinates the filler’s stations via sensors and allows operators to control the filler.


The steel frame houses components while resisting corrosion from cleaning fluids and supporting fillers’ weights.

Together, these engineered components enable smooth, automated drink filling with maintained carbonation. Understanding their functions provides a window into optimizing filler operations.

Leveraging PLCs to Optimize Beverage Filling Line Efficiency

Programmable logic controllers (PLCs) can significantly improve efficiency and automation of beverage filling lines. Key strategies include:

Achieving Automated Filling

Using photoelectric sensors enables automatic bottle detection and triggering of the filling process. This removes the need for human intervention.

Distinguishing Products from Waste

Microwave positioning detectors accurately identify products versus waste. This prevents contamination and improves quality control.

Selecting Optimal PLC Specifications

Choosing PLCs that meet input/output needs and data storage requirements is crucial. This ensures smooth automated operations.

Programming Effective Control Logic

Well-designed PLC software programs and ladder logic diagrams are vital for automation. They define device control sequencing and decision logic.

Simulating Control System Performance

Performing simulations with tools like CoDeSys or Comos validates control system performance before deployment. This flags potential issues early.

Structuring the Overall System Thoughtfully

Careful design of the control system architecture, workflows, and diagrams improves maintainability and expandability.

Leveraging PLC Capabilities

PLCs offer rapid response, stable accuracy, and high throughput. This boosts productivity and minimizes defects.

In summary, PLCs improve filling line efficiency through automation, control, and productivity optimization. Choosing suitable hardware and optimizing software are key factors.

Digital Design Systems Streamline Filling Machine Development

Digital Design Systems Streamline Filling Machine Development

Filling machine design faces challenges that hamper efficiency. Digital design systems mitigate these through:

Enabling Flexible Layout Design

Digital libraries of parameterized parts support quick evaluation of layout options without physical prototypes.

Identifying Issues Before Production

Integrated simulation and analysis tools predict problems that would arise in physical implementations.

Streamlining Documentation

The system automatically generates drawings, bills of materials, and parts lists. This removes manual documentation effort.

Classifying and Standardizing Components

Classifying parts and creating modular components improves design reuse and consistency.

In summary, digital design systems transform filling machine development by enabling rapid design iteration, predicting issues virtually, and reducing documentation needs. This boosts efficiency 3X over traditional methods.

Minimizing Foam in Filler Valves Through Flow Control

Filler valves for fizzy drink aim to minimize foaming and leakage during filling by slowing flow rate. They achieve this through:

Dividing Flow Volume

Diverting some drink into a side channel reduces flow volume and speed entering the bottle. This significantly slows the filling rate.

Guiding Flow in a Spiral Pattern

The valve’s helical inner groove guides the drink into a slow spiral flow into the bottle. This further reduces speed.

The combination of flow division and helical guidance achieves the slowed flow rate necessary to prevent foaming. Controlling flow is the key challenge filler valves address to improve filling quality and efficiency.

Ensuring Peak Performance of Sparkling Beverage Filling Machinery

Sparkling drink filling machinery contains many complex components that can experience issues. Proactively identifying and resolving common problems minimizes downtime and maintains efficiency.

Achieving Precise Filling

Faulty level sensors or filling valves lead to inaccurate fill volumes. Regular inspection, cleaning, and sensor recalibration preserves precision. Consistent calibration is vital for accuracy.

Maintaining Optimal Speed

Insufficient lubrication and worn parts cause slower machinery. Lubricating moving components and replacing worn parts restores speed. Proactive lubrication and maintenance prevents declines.

Controlling Foam

High temperature and pressure during filling produces excess foam, wasting product. Lower filling temperatures and gradual pressure changes optimize carbonation. This prevents CO2 oversaturation and foaming.

Stopping Leakage

Worn seals and gaskets allow product loss, efficiency loss, and food safety issues. Routinely replacing aged seals and gaskets prevents most leaks. A strong preventative maintenance plan minimizes unplanned downtime.

Resolving Capping Problems

Issues with the cap feeder or capper lead to capping problems. Inspecting these components and making repairs or replacements resolves malfunctions.

Reducing Downtime

Electrical faults, air pressure problems, and mechanical failures cause frequent stoppages. Regular maintenance and inspection identifies and quickly fixes these issues.

Proper maintenance and operator training are key to preventing common machinery problems. Following manufacturer guidelines ensures effective troubleshooting and maintenance.

Optimizing Filling to Preserve Sparkling Beverage Quality

Filling machinery critically impacts the quality of sparkling drink through multiple factors:

Maintaining Carbonation

CO2 provides signature carbonation. Minimizing CO2 loss during filling preserves fizz and taste. Proper machinery calibration and maintenance reduce CO2 liberation.

Upholding Hygiene

Contamination during filling degrades safety and quality. Rigorous sanitization of all machinery components ensures filling hygiene. Regular testing validates effectiveness.

Achieving Filling Accuracy

Inconsistent fill volumes lead to quality variations. Precision instrumentation and regular calibration ensure accuracy. Tight error tolerances detect subtle performance declines.

Securing Airtight Seals

Robust container seals maintain carbonation and prevent leakage. Optimizing sealing parameters and routine seal checks verify airtight, durable closures.

Driving Efficiency

Efficient machinery minimizes product handling, maintaining quality. High output rates with smooth operations limit exposure. Continual fine-tuning balances speed and care for ideal efficiency.

Regular cleaning, maintenance, and calibration of filling machinery are essential for consistently high sparkling beverage quality.

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