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SIG CleanPouch 100 Aseptic

Provides a simple, user-friendly solution for companies who have aseptic pouch product needs.

  • Aseptic-capable
  • Automatic, rail-fed pouch filler
  • Fills pre-made pouch packages up to 12oz

Product Specifications

Key Features

The Scholle IPN SureFill® 100P Aseptic filling machine is a four head, automatic filler that requires one operator. The machine is capable of packaging low-acid, high-acid, and extended shelf life products in 2- to 12-ounce pre-made pouches. The filler is equipped with a monitor interfaced to a programmable controller assuring low acid aseptic conditions during sterilization and filling operations. All product contact surfaces are constructed out of 316L stainless steel and food grade construction.

This system has visual warning indicators, a messaging system that displays fault condition(s) and, if necessary, stops the filling operation. In addition, if necessary, product may be automatically diverted away from the filler with messaging to upstream processing control.

Known Process Applications


Fills commercially-sterilized products into pre-sterilized packaging. Products can be held unopened without refrigeration.

Filling Method

Through Spout

Common Package Sizes

50 milliliters to 350 milliliters (2 ounces to 12 ounces)


Clean-in-place (CIP) and sterilize-in-place (SIP) machine cycles are applicable. CIP cycle controlled by filler programming, works in line with your existing CIP system to complete the CIP circuit. Both are customer-dependent processes and can be initiated from the CIP/SIP screens. Our expert equipment field service technicians can support and maintain this filler for your continued success.

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Pouch Size and Speed

Package Size Filling Speed
(L) (Liters per Minute) (Pouches per Minute)
118 (4) and below 227 (60) 100
177 (6) 227 (60) 75
237 (8) 227 (60) 69

Equipment Specifications

Filling stations 4
Air Consumption Filler: 40 SCFM supply clean dry air, 90 PSI minimum
Skid: 30 SCFM supply clean dry air, 50 PSI minimum
Electrical Data 480VAC, 50-60Hz, Three Phase with neutral, 90 Amp service connection
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Aseptic Tank and Cap Hopper
Height: 3,600 mm (142 inches)
Length: 4,400 mm (173 inches)
Width: 3,700 mm (146 inches)

Sterile Skid
Height: 2,700 mm (106 inches)
Length: 2,400 mm (94 inches)
Width: 1,400 mm (55 inches)

Electrical Cabinet
Height: 2,400 mm (94 inches)
Length: 3,000 mm (118 inches)
Width: 500 mm (20 inches)

Check out the SureFill 100P - Aseptic in action!

The SureFill 100P – Aseptic is the first aseptically capable pre-made spouted pouch filling system. This filler allows you to fill both high- and low-acid aseptically processed products into a pre-sterilized package for a high-quality end product.

Aseptic Zone

  • What’s Happening? The aseptic zone is like a mini-clean room environment where the pre-sterilized pouch spout is un-plugged, filled, and hermetically re-plugged.
  • Why It’s Important. To aseptically fill a container, a sterile package has to be filled with a sterile liquid in a sterile environment. The “aseptic zone” is this environment within the SureFill 100 P – Aseptic.

In-Feed and Vapor Sterilization Tunnel

  • What’s Happening? The sterilization tunnel connects to the vapor sterilization tunnel (VST™) unit to deliver vaporized hydrogen peroxide which sterilizes the outside of every spout and plug before they enter the aseptic zone.
  • Why It’s Important. Maintains the sterility of the aseptic zone, where aseptic filling on the CleanPouch™ packages occurs. To increase overall system efficiency, multiple packages are shuttled into VST at once.

Capping Station

  • What’s Happening? At the capping station, the cap is twisted on so that its tamper-evident feature engages with the spout, and its lock feature engages with the plug.
  • Why It’s Important. The cap is twisted on after the aseptic zone for two main reasons:
    • This allows the empty pouches to be effectively packaging on rails, thus minimizing space and shopping costs.
    • This keeps complex parts like the cap from having to be sterilized before entering the aseptic zone, significantly reducing the likelihood of post-process/packaging contamination.