The syrup room is a set of machines that are connected and made to work together to produce syrup or a drink that can then be mixed with purified and treated water and with carbon dioxide for food use on request.
Syrup rooms can be both semi-automatic and automatic and can be both new and used.
Fundamental elements are the sugar loading hoppers, the sugar dissolving tank with an internal automatic stirrer and product discharge in the lower part, a steam connection for the various sanitizing and dissolving treatments, a series of manual or automatic closing valves.
Pasteurization could be envisaged if necessary for the realization of the mixture and then the subsequent cooling of the product.
A tank for concentrates connected to the flow system of the plant, liter counters both in the concentrate input phase and in the water and mixed solution's injection phase and before the product storage tanks are provided to check and count the final stored product;
Finally, a mixer and a cooler of the final product are carried out, in two phases in order to be then pumped to the premix that allows mixing the final product of the syrup room both with recipe water if necessary and with carbon dioxide if needed.
The techniques for making syrup rooms are many and vary according to the recipes of the requested products.
This equipment can also be found used, but the syrup rooms used will first have to be checked and evaluated by the technical team to determine if the process present in them can conform to the production needs.
Both automatic aseptic syrup rooms can be built, therefore with the latest generation technology that does not provide for any contamination and requires the use of very strict and rigid protocols for the production of the concentrate or syrup rooms for hot fill can be requested, therefore easier to use than to aseptic ones.
Used and new syrup room functioning
All are controlled by an automatic PLC system that brings with it recipes and treatments, temperatures, and timing of work on the product, so provides for different stages of processing and storage times of the material together with the quantities of products to be used to achieve the desired result.