The process includes chlorination, sedimentation, coagulation, filtration through multimedia cartridge filter, and addition of anticipants.
This process is completed in two steps.
Health minerals (calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium Merck made in Germany) are added in water to make the salts balanced. In addition, ozone has excellent disinfection and oxidation properties that make water free from pathogens.
All received bottles, either used or new, are first properly checked and physically inspected for any suspicious material.
These bottles are washed with antibacterial detergent to remove any slimy layer and to provide a surface area for the sanitizing agent to work more effectively.
The machine is used for the external washing of bottles to remove mud and dust and the process is carried out with brushes and freshwater.
This machine consists of four stages:
Stage 1 (washing with anti-bacterial solution)
Stage 2 (washing with the sanitizing agent)
Stage 3 (sanitizing agent washing)
Stage 4 (washing with ozonized water)
Each cap after disinfection is placed on the bottle; this is printed with the batch number, shift manufacturing date, expiry date, and manufacturing time.
After capping, neck sealing is carried out with heaters to ensure safety and sanitization of the product.