TORR Model 110 Semi Manual Bag and Pouch Filler


bag in box filler

Bag-in-Box (BIB)

face spout pouch filler

Stand up pouches with face mounted dispense taps

edge spout pouch filler

Stand up pouches with edge mounted screw cap (requires optional tooling kit)

The TORR 110 is a single head, manual filler designed to fill stand up pouches (SUP) with face mounted fill spouts and bags from 0.75 to 20-liter capacity. The operator loads each bag into the spout gripper and the cap is removed manually by cap gripper, after the bag is filled the cap is placed using operating lever. Customer supplies product under pressure to the filler.

  • Product measurement: Turbine flow meter. An optional steam sterilizable stainless steel flow meter is available. Optional magnetic or mass meters also available for allowing hot filling of particulate products.
  • Contact surfaces: All piping is 316L Stainless Steel and FDA/3A approved plastics and flexible lines.
  • Utilities: 110-volt power required. Compressed air and nitrogen required with vacuum, nitrogen purge option.
  • Performance: Bags per minute is dependent on operator agility and size. Typically 2 to 4 BPM.
  • Certification: Optional 3-A Sanitary Standards Certification available.

About the 110

To fill the bag the fill valve assembly is manually lowered onto the bag spout. The fill valve locks in position. The start fill button is pressed and the preset volume of product is transferred to the bag. The fill valve is lifted from the bag spout and the bag is manually capped with a “full lock” recap lever assist.

Filler Model Comparison

Model Pouch Bag Both Purge Rate
TORR 100 1-2 BPM
TORR 110 2-3 BPM
TORR 120 2-3 BPM

Turbine Flow Meter

Fast accurate fills provide dramatically improved production speeds compared to the 100 filler.

Optional Vacuum and Nitrogen

Complete control of Dissolved Oxygen pickup during filling along with cleaner fills of bags and pouches.

Bag and Cap Tooling

(3) Three sizes of gripper tooling available to fit most bags and pouches.

TORR 110 in Action