Tetra Pak® In-line Blender B for final syrup

Increase profitability with continuous production of final syrup

  • A space- and cost efficient way to produce a broad range of final syrup blends
  • Continuous blending and automatic recipe monitoring reduce the need for manual sampling and save preparation time
  • Full automation ensures uniform product quality and food safety
Tetra Pak® In-line Blender B for final syrup

​​​​Tetra Pak® In-line Blender B for final syrup

Tetra Pak® In-line Blender B for final syrup is optimized for accurate, efficient in-line blending of concentrates to final syrup with low product losses and reduced raw material costs. It is fully automated to ensure uniform product quality and uncompromising food safety. Tetra Pak In-line Blender B for final syrup also gives you the flexibility to achieve high throughput and quick product changeovers. And the unit is easily and efficiently installed in a line solution where it helps to eliminate product losses in an entire line.


A unit for the efficient mixing of concentrated liquids in a continuous system

4,000 l/h – 75,000 l/h

Juice, nectar and still drink concentrates​​


QC inline measurements

QC inline measurements

Enables precise mixing; saves time

A sensor continuously monitors the °Brix /density of product in the buffer tank and feeds information to the unit’s control system. Should the values go outside the norm, the flow of ingredients is automatically corrected. This system guarantees precise production with standard deviation of +/- 3 Sigma, so product leaving the buffer tank is always correct and the same. It also reduces the need for manual product sampling, thereby saving operator time.

Automatic Mass Compensation

Automatic Mass Compensation

Keeps your process on target

AMC is the software that controls the amount of ingredients being added to Tetra Pak® In-line Blender B, and ensures that the outgoing °Brix level is correct throughout its run time. At the start, when the °Brix values of added ingredients such as syrup and concentrate are known, the amount required in each ingredient stream is calculated. If the amount added during production differs from this, the AMC instantly corrects it. Since checks occur 4-5 times per second, you can rest assured your process is on target.

Up to 5 ingredients streams

Up to 5 ingredients streams

Enables product variety

One of the keys to success in liquid mixing is the ability to formulate a broad variety of products cost-effectively. Making 5 ingredients streams available (though they do not all have to be used), Tetra Pak® In-line Blender B offers a simple way to vary your recipes.