Decide which type of package you need for your product.
Conventional Aerosol Using Vapor or Liquified Propellant
- If the gas is needed as a solvent for your product to work
- If you need the gas to break up your product as it sprays
- If your product contains solids or particles that could clog the spray tip
Bag On Valve which separates product from propellant
- If you can dispense your product with a spray pump and it doesn’t clog
- If you want to offer a green package
- If your product does not need gas mixed with it to work
- If your product does not contain solids or particles
Once you decide which package you want to use:
Contact an Aerosol or bag on valve component supplier to test your product out for completability and shelf life
- The Supplier will Test your product for 30 /60 /90 days to see if there are any issues with material compatibility or shelf life
- Precision valve
- Power Container
Once your testing is complete or if you already know your product will work and you know which direction you want to go contact MBC sales for a quote.
Our machinery is modular so you can start with a semi-auto machine and grow into a automated line. Depending on what you grow into overtime you can use some or all of the machinery you start with.
What is difference between BOV and Aerosol?
Bag on valve Separates the product from the propellant and is considered a green alternative package. Because no liquified flammable gas is used the start up cost are much more affordable.
- The bag on valve assembly is pushed into the top can opening
- The bag on valve is lifted from the container while compressed air is injected around the bag. Once the pressure reaches the desired amount the valve is sealed onto the container
- The product is injected through Valve Stem into the bag expanding it inside the container.
- The Final package Pressure is Checked and recorded
- Actuator and Cap is Placed
- When the end user presses the actuator the product is dispensed via the compressed air around the bag squeezing the contents out through the actuator
- Conventional Aerosol Uses product mixed with a vapor gas or liquified gas as the propellant.
- The product is filled through the opening at the top of the container
- The aerosol valve with or without dip-tube is place into the opening
- The aerosol valve is crimped onto the container with our without vacuum depending on the customers’ needs
- The vapor or liquid gas is injected through the valve stem into the can mixing with the product
- The weight is verified
- The sealed can is processed through a hot water bath for burst testing
- A leak detector checks the cans for leaks
- The actuator is placed
- The cap is placed
- When the end user presses the actuator the product is dispensed via the vapor or liquified propellant mixed with the product
Yes we offer benchtop stations or stations to mount on your existing line.
We offer a 1 year manufactures warranty except for common wear items which are standard maintenance parts which we call out in the manual.
Our US office hours are 8am to 5:30pm Mon-Friday although our team understands our customers needs and do there best to respond as soon as possible. If after hours support is needed it can be arranged.