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What's the difference between a turnkey system vs. a monoblock machine?

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A turnkey system usually refers to a system that is engineered, built, tested, and installed as part of a package.
A monoblock simply refers to two or more systems being physically linked to perform say filling and capping operations as one system
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A turn key, is a complete solution for your project. Everything is in the production line.

A Monoblock, is just a part of the solution of all that is needed. In this case the Monoblock should be the Filler/Capper. You can also find a Tri-Block that will rinse/fill and cap.

Fermin
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In the brewing and beverage industries, "turnkey" refers to a complete start-to-finish system.  For example, a turnkey bottling system could handle everything from the bottle rinsing and filling to the capping and labeling.  A turnkey system is typically comprised of separate machines that are all connected and sold as an entire unit.  A "monoblock" machine could be viewed as a specific type of turnkey system in which one machine handles all of the separate functions.  In bottling, monoblocks typically rinse, fill, and cap.
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"turnkey" refers to the overall, comprehensive, group of machines and systems that will supply a finished product or service at the end. A "mono bloc" machine, which is usually a series of 2 or more functionally related machines in one " BLOC", can be part of a turnkey system. If one wants to acquire a turnkey winery, then it is possible that a mono bloc single bodied machine consisting of a bottle rinser, air evacuated, filler, capper, and labeller, could be part of that turnkey winery ( along with tanks, filters, etc).
Mark Bassel
Prospero Equipment Corp.
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