PACKAGING: an essential part of the success of HPP technology

packaging maquina“Before I state the details of my process, I ought to observe that it consists principally,

1st. In inclosing in bottle the substances to bepreserved.

2nd. In corking the bottle with the utmost care; for it is chiefly on the corking that the success of the process depends”

3rd. In submitting these inclosed substances to the action of boiling water in a water-bath (BALNEUM MARIAE), for a greater or less length of time, according to their· nature, and in the manner pointed out with respect to each several kind of substance.

4th. In withdrawing the bottles from the water-bath at the period prescribed.” Continue reading

The first Hiperbaric 525’s to conquer the American market


IMG_9678_ perpectiva 6 bombim contenedor redondoJust one year before it was first launched there at Chicago Process Expo 2013, the first Hiperbaric 525, the biggest and more productive high pressure equipment till now, have already been installed.

With a vessel capacity of 525 liters and a diameter of 380 mm, is capable of processing more than 3.000 Kg per hour (more than 6000 pounds). The cost per Kg of processed product is the cheapest in its category and related to the integrated design, it occupies a volume of only 63m2 (679 feet2).

The first equipment is already successfully installed at GoodFoods, the Wisconsin juice, avocado and RTE products manufacturer. The second is arriving to the facilities of a confidential customer in Georgia and the next one is ready to install at NutriFresh Services LLC, a subsidiary of New Jersey Frozen Storage (NJFS), the first  refrigerated and frozen storage warehouse that offers HPP tolling service in New Jersey, with a Hiperbaric 300 liter machine  already there.

Within the next months the next two machines, already in our portfolio will be ready to ship in end of December and January.

Offering our customers the best after sales service is a key for Hiperbaric to enhance the growing of our customers, which are progressively increasing HPP capacity with highly productive equipment.  Great examples are NJFS or GoodFoods, that installed the first Hiperbaric 300 in 2012, increased capacity with two new Hiperbaric 420 in 2013 and just a few days after the commissioning of their first Hiperbaric 525 we are already working in their second one, to be installed very soon.


Hiperbaric is proud to announce a New Office Location.

Hiperbaric Team aims to be close as possible to its customers in order to respond faster to equipment, services, spare parts and commercial needs quickly and accurately. For this reason we are delighted to announce the opening of a new office and service center for Oceania, which is now fully operational.

We are also very happy to announce that Roberto Peregrina has become a member to our company and will lead our Oceania office.

Roberto is an Industrial Engineer, he brings more than a decade of international experience in the HPP fields in both public and private sectors, from General Management and operations right through changing bolts and sensors in our Machines. He brings also a broad spectrum of skills in new product, packaging and systems development.

Roberto will be based in New Zealand and will travel extensively to meet customers and to offer adequate and timely support in both commercial and after sales aspects.

As part of the strategy, the Oceania office will provide a 24/7 support via Skype on: service.oceania.hiperbaric, Mobile on: +64 21 734 447 and will also carry inventory of spare parts for emergency purposes reducing the shipping times to final destination.

The Oceania office will remain taking service enquiries and spare orders at our existing e-mail addresses: and The global service phone will continue accessible to Oceania region +34 947 10 22 22Hiperbaric Worldwide Service

Hiperbaric value strong relationships and we are very confident this new appointment will provide good support to our customers  in the Oceania region.

Hiperbaric is market leader not only at worldwide level but also in Australia and New Zealand, where it has more HPP installations than all its competitors combined.