Our Customer Service and Technical Support are ready to help you with Vinolok implementation.
How it works
The Vinolok closure is a part of a system consisting of a closure a bottle and a capsule. The capsule (1) ensures the safety of the system during storage and transport. The glass closure (2) is made from high quality glass and is resistant against mechanical damage. The sealing ring (3) is made of EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Copolymer) by DOW and contains no phthalates or allergens. The closure can be inserted into the bottle (4) manually or by a semi or fully automatic bottling machines.
All major bottle manufacturers offer wide range of products that are compatible with Vinolok. Our Customer Service and Technical Department are ready to help you find a solution for your final packaging.
Depending on the production, select the option which caters to your custom needs. For a small production, we recommend you to opt for a manual application of the Vinolok closures. Major producers of bottling lines offer solutions in the form of a semi-automated production line. Full automation offers the choice of implementation into the existing lines or the free-standing machines.
SEMI AUTOMATIC (VDL50) 2500 bottles/hr
SEMI AUTOMATIC (GAI ADAPTER) 2500 bottles/hr
FULLY AUTOMATIC (SAV1000) 3000 bottles/hr
MANUAL BOTTLING 1000 bottles/hr
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Select from all available capsules by your usual capsule provider according to your options and personal preferences. You can choose between transparent, PVC, aluminium or tin capsules. For the special bottle for Vinolok 18.2, some of the winemakers also use a short version of the capsule – Alucap.
ALUMINIUM & TIN
Independent tests of Vinolok
With over ten years on the market, the performance of Vinolok has been thoroughly tested by research institutions and leading universities. Please download the results below.
The Australian Wine
Report on comparative analysis of
wines sealed with Vinolok and
Versuchs und Lehranstalt
für Brauerei in Berlin
Reference document for the HACCP risk analysis for bottles sealed with Vinolok
Hochschule Geisenheim University
Comparison of wine ageing over 12 months in comparison with screw cap and high quality natural cork
Measurement of oxygen ingress through Vinolok post-bottling by Paulo Lopes