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Xpress Fill XF460 - 4 Spout Filler $2,500 OBO

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Used in a small distillery operation. In good working condition. 

$2,500 OBO


Eliminate oxidation in your bottling process by using the XpressFill volume-based filling system!
The XF460HP four bottle filler is now available specifically for High Proof Spirits. Susceptible components have been replaced with material more resistant to higher concentrations of ethanol.  The XF460HP can easily accommodate very small to very large bottles with its adjustable shelf, allowing great flexibility.  Easy to use, compact in design, precise volume filling, high quality components, hand-crafted in the USA.
Gravity-based systems usually involve spirits being transferred to a holding tank, and unless your bottles and holding tank are pre-flushed with inert gas, some degree of oxidation is inevitable. Xpress Fill bottling systems have a closed pathway with a self-priming pump. They also have as an optional built-in sparging (pre-flushing) system that uses Nitrogen or Argon to pre-flush your bottles.
To use, place four bottles under the filling spouts, push the gas button (optional at additional cost) to flush the bottles with inert gas. Then hit the Fill button which pulls the spirit from your barrel or stainless storage tank, distributes 750ml of spirit to each bottle, and shuts off automatically when done. It is truly that simple. Each fill cycle lasts 20 seconds. When using 750ml bottles you can expect to fill about 450 bottles per hour. There is also a manual mode allowing you to top up bottles or fill odd size bottles.
The four spout filler features a 3/8" inlet.
Made to order in the USA
4 Spout fills approximately 250 bottles per hour
Bottle shelf is adjustable to accommodate a wide range of bottles
Optional Gas Flush System & Filler to automatically gas-purge bottles prior to filling
Weight: 32 lbs
Dimensions: 16" W x 17" H x 14.75" D
Warning: XpressFill bottle fillers are NOT certified as explosion proof, should be used in a well-ventilated area, and not for use with solvents. It should be noted that 70% alcohol is 140 proof and has a flash point of 70°F, making the product volatile, as well as flammable


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