Cork treatment

Anti-mould agents and food lubricants

Improving the conservation and use of cork stoppers
Gamme Steprim (1)
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STEPRIM
STEPRIM
SURFACE TREATMENT FOR CORKS
STEPRIM could be called primer for STEVAPASTE, and is a kerosene emulsion that enhances cork anti-capillarity.
1 - Composition :

Anionic kerosene wax emulsion.

Technical specifications

    • Appearance: white liquid.
    • Dry extract: 46 ± 2%.
    • Brookfield viscosity: 50-250 cP (LV1 – 10 rpm)
2 - Properties :

It reinforces the cap’s anti-capillarity when desired.

If polymerizable silicones are used, STEPRIM facilitates adhesion and evenness on the cork.

STEPRIM added on top of excessively slippery corks can eventually reduce slipperiness.

STEPRIM was originally developed to prevent wine spillage. In use, it has demonstrated its many advantages.

Food safety: All the products used in STEPRIM comply with :

  • FDA 21 CFR regulations and amendments,
  • EC regulation N° 10/2011 and its amendments,
  • for other regulations, please refer to the food contact certificate.
3 - Application:

STEPRIM should be shaken before use. Inject STEPRIM into the drum before injecting the glide product (STEVAPASTE type). For 10,000 natural corks (44 x 24):

  • Inject approx. 100 grams of STEPRIM.
  • Leave to run for 10 to 15 minutes.
  • Then inject approx. 100 grams of STEVAPASTE

Allow to run for a further 10 to 15 minutes. Suggested dosage for 10,000 corks:

  • Natural (44 x 24): 100 grams of STEPRIM, then 100 grams of STEVAPASTE.
  • Clogged (44 x 24): 80 grams of STEPRIM, then 80 grams of STEVAPASTE
  • Agglomerated (35 x 24): 70 grams of STEPRIM, then 70 grams of STEVAPASTE.

STEPRIM and STEVAPASTE can be used on all types of drum (heated or unheated, oscillating axes, etc….). To avoid clogging, the syringes and spray nozzles used should preferably be different for each product.

4 - Storage:

Storage of corks : STEPRIM-treated corks offer excellent stability over time.

STEPRIM storage : Protect from frost. Store at temperatures above 3°C. Avoid storage beyond 12 months. Avoid storage beyond 12 months

5 - Other :

Thermolysation : In view of the different heat treatments of wines (Pasteurization, sterilization, thermolysation, flash pasteurization), it is advisable to check the behavior of kerosene.

Gamme Stevapaste (8)
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STEVAPASTE
STEVAPASTE P2
STEVAPASTE P2 thick
STEVAPASTE P2N
STEVAPASTE P28
STEVAPASTE P73 thick
STEVAPASTE P82
STEVAPASTE P82 thick
STEVAPASTE
SURFACE TREATMENT FOR CORKS
1 - Composition

Anionic dispersion, solvent-free.

Active ingredients :

    • High-molecular-weight, high-viscosity methylsiloxane.
    • Synthetic polyolefin wax with melting point above 140°C.
    • Dry extract: 65%
2 - Properties :

Excellent chemical stability during storage, processing and on corks, before and after corking.

Virtually inert between -20° and +100°C in a dry or humid atmosphere and in the absence or presence of normal natural or artificial light.

Does not alter the odor or taste of the wine. In compliance with EC regulation no. 1935/2004 of October 27, 2004, STEVAPASTE has been tested for migration by an accredited laboratory. As a result, corks treated with Stevapaste meet inertia criteria for overall migration and migration specific to organostannous substances in alcoholic beverages;

Action on beer and cider foams, etc… Action on beer, cider, etc.: practically nil, for the reasons given above.

All products used in STEVAPASTE comply with :

    • FDA 21 CFR regulations and amendments,
    • EC regulation N° 10/2011 and its amendments,
    • for other regulations, please refer to the food contact certificate.
3 - Application :

STEVAPASTE is generally used in its original form, without any preparation. It can be diluted with water without difficulty.

Quantities used vary according to grading, washing, the nature of the corks (solid, sealed or unsealed, or agglomerated) and the type of bottling for which they are intended, between 60 and 400 grams for 10,000 corks. The most common quantities are between 80 and 200 grams.

The passage time in the cold or hot drums is between 15 and 30 minutes. Cold corks can be used after 12 to 24 hours, depending on ambient temperature and whether they are bagged or spread. When hot, by blowing hot air into the drum during treatment or after treatment in a dryer (hot air 50°C for 15 minutes), corks can be used within 4 to 5 hours.

Correction of dosage: Treatment too weak or too strong can be corrected up to 24 hours after manufacture, by adding a new dose of STEVAPASTE, or by adding untreated corks.

Compatibility with waxing: Waxing can be combined with STEVAPASTE treatment.

For example: Rotate for 5 to 15 minutes with kerosene blocks or our STEPRIM kerosene wax emulsion, then add the STEVAPASTE dose (with or without removing the kerosene blocks) for 15 to 30 minutes (the STEVAPASTE dose is then reduced). STEVAPASTE can also be applied to paraffin plugs.

The marking ink is generally unaffected by STEVAPASTE. Most corks can be “treated” 1 to 2 hours after marking, without tarnishing.

Stability: STEVAPASTE-treated corks have excellent long-term stability in terms of slippage, odour and taste. Solvent-free and odorless, chemically stable, easy to use, giving a regular and permanent slip, compatible with kerosene, with no influence on marking inks and allowing significant reductions in storage time, STEVAPASTE is increasingly considered economical for its high performance.

4 - Storage :

Store away from frost and temperatures above 35°C.

Avoid prolonging storage beyond 12 months.

STEVAPASTE P2
SURFACE TREATMENT FOR CORKS
STEVAPASTE P2 offers the properties of STEVAPASTE and includes a compatible paraffin emulsion to reinforce the anti-capillarity of the cork. STEVAPASTE P2 can be waxed and siliconised in a single injection.
1 - Composition :

Anionic dispersion, solvent-free.

Active ingredients :

    • High molecular weight, high viscosity methylsiloxane
    • Paraffin wax
2 - Properties :

Excellent chemical stability during storage, processing and on corks, before and after corking.

Virtually inert between -20° and +50°C in a dry or humid atmosphere and in the absence or presence of normal natural or artificial light.

Does not alter the odour or taste of the wine. In accordance with EC regulation No. 1935/2004 of 27 October 2004, STEVAPASTE P2 has been tested for migration by an approved laboratory. Corks treated with STEVAPASTE P2 meet the inertness criteria for overall migration and migration specific to organostannous substances in alcoholic beverages.

Action on beer, cider, etc. foams This is practically non-existent for the reasons given above.

Food suitability: All the products used in STEVAPASTE P2 comply with :

    • FDA 21 CFR and its amendments,
    • EC regulation N° 10/2011 and its amendments,
    • For other regulations, please refer to the food contact certificate
3 - Application :

It is strongly recommended to shake STEVAPASTE P2 before use.

STEVAPASTE P2 is generally used without any preparation, in its original form, by spraying or injection at double the dosage of STEVAPASTE.

The quantities used vary according to sizing, washing, the nature of the corks (natural cork, pre-treated (sealing, coating or waxing) or not, or technical cork) and the type of bottling for which they are intended, approximately 200 to 600 g for 10,000 44×24 corks. This dosage range is subject to adjustment according to any pre-treatment required.

The passage time in the cold or hot drums is between 15 and 30 minutes. Cold corks can be used after 12 to 24 hours, depending on the ambient temperature and whether they are bagged or spread out. When hot, by blowing hot air into the drum during treatment or after treatment in a dryer (hot air at 50°C for 15 minutes), the corks can be used within 4 to 5 hours.

Correction of dosage: Treatment that is too weak or too strong can be corrected up to 24 hours after manufacture, by adding a new dose of STEVAPASTE P2 or by adding untreated corks.

The marking ink is generally not affected by STEVAPASTE P2. It is usually possible to ‘treat’ 1 to 2 hours after marking without tarnishing the corks.

Stability: Treated corks have excellent stability over time in terms of slippage as well as odour and taste. Solvent and odour free, chemically stable, easy to use, giving a regular and permanent slip, with no influence on marking inks and allowing significant reductions in storage time, STEVAPASTE P2 is increasingly considered to be economical for its high performance

4 - Storage :

Store away from frost and temperatures above 35°C.

Do not store for longer than 12 months.

STEVAPASTE P2 thick
SURFACE TREATMENT FOR CORKS
Thick STEVAPASTE P2 offers the properties of STEVAPASTE and includes a compatible paraffin emulsion to reinforce the anti-capillarity of the cork. Thick STEVAPASTE P2 enables waxing and siliconising to be carried out in a single injection.
1 - Composition :

Anionic dispersion, solvent-free.

Active ingredients :

    • High molecular weight, high viscosity methylsiloxane
    • Paraffin wax
2 - Properties :

Excellent chemical stability during storage, processing and on corks, before and after corking.

Virtually inert between -20° and +50°C in a dry or humid atmosphere and in the absence or presence of normal natural or artificial light.

Does not alter the odour or taste of the wine. In accordance with EC regulation No. 1935/2004 of 27 October 2004, STEVAPASTE P2 thick has been tested for migration by an approved laboratory. Corks treated with thick Stevapaste P2 meet the inertness criteria for overall migration and migration specific to organostannous substances in alcoholic beverages.

Action on beer, cider, etc. foams This is practically non-existent for the reasons given above.

Food suitability: All the products used in the composition of STEVAPASTE P2 thick comply with :

    • FDA 21 CFR and its amendments,
    • EC regulation N° 10/2011 and its amendments,
    • For other regulations, refer to the food contact certificate
3 - Application :

Thick STEVAPASTE P2 is generally used without any preparation, in its original form, by spraying or injection at double the dosage of STEVAPASTE.

The quantities used vary according to sizing, washing, the nature of the corks (natural cork, pre-treated (sealing, coating or waxing) or not, or technical cork) and the type of bottling for which they are intended, approximately 200 to 600 g for 10,000 44×24 corks. This dosage range is subject to adjustment according to any pre-treatment required.

The passage time in the cold or hot drums is between 15 and 30 minutes. Cold corks can be used after 12 to 24 hours, depending on the ambient temperature and whether they are bagged or spread out. When hot, by blowing hot air into the drum during treatment or after treatment in a dryer (hot air at 50°C for 15 minutes), the corks can be used within 4 to 5 hours.

Correction of dosage: Treatment that is too weak or too strong can be corrected up to 24 hours after manufacture, by adding a new dose of thick STEVAPASTE P2 or by adding untreated corks.

L’encre de marquage n’est généralement pas influencée par le STEVAPASTE P2 épais. On peut ‘traiter’ le plus souvent 1 à 2 heures après le marquage sans ternir les bouchons.

Stabilité : Les bouchons traités ont une excellente stabilité dans le temps aussi bien en glissement qu’en odeur et goût. Ils résistent remarquablement aux moisissures.

Exempt de solvants et d’odeur, stable chimiquement, facile d’utilisation, donnant un glissement régulier et permanent, sans influence sur les encres de marquage et permettant des réductions de temps de stockage importantes, le STEVAPASTE P2 épais est jugé de plus en plus comme économique pour ses hautes performances.

4 - Storage :

Store away from frost and temperatures above 35°C.

Do not store for longer than 12 months.

STEVAPASTE P2N
SURFACE TREATMENT FOR CORKS
STEVAPASTE P2N offers the properties of STEVAPASTE and includes a compatible paraffin emulsion to reinforce the anti-capillarity of the cork. STEVAPASTE P2N enables waxing and siliconising to be carried out in a single injection.
1 - Composition :

Anionic dispersion, solvent-free.

Active ingredients :

  • High molecular weight, high viscosity methylsiloxane
  • Paraffin wax
2 - Properties :

Excellent chemical stability during storage, processing and on corks, before and after corking.

Virtually inert between -20° and +50°C in a dry or humid atmosphere and in the absence or presence of normal natural or artificial light.

Does not alter the odour or taste of wine.

Action on beer, cider, etc. foams. This is practically non-existent for the reasons given above.

Food suitability: All the products used in STEVAPASTE P2N comply with :

    • FDA 21 CFR regulations and amendments,
    • EC regulation N° 10/2011 and its amendments,
    • For other regulations, please refer to the food contact certificate.
3 - Application :

It is strongly recommended to shake STEVAPASTE P2N before use.

STEVAPASTE P2N is generally used without any preparation, in its original form, by spraying or injection at double the dosage of STEVAPASTE.

The quantities used vary according to sizing, washing, the nature of the corks (natural cork, pre-treated (sealing, coating or waxing) or not, or technical cork) and the type of bottling for which they are intended, approximately 400 to 800 g for 10,000 44×24 corks. This dosage range is subject to adjustment according to any pre-treatment required.

The passage time in the cold or hot drums is between 15 and 30 minutes. Cold corks can be used after 24 hours, depending on the ambient temperature and whether they are bagged or spread out. Hot corks can be used within 4 to 5 hours by blowing hot air through the drum during treatment or after treatment in a dryer (hot air at 50°C for 15 minutes).

Correction of dosage: Treatment that is too weak or too strong can be corrected up to 24 hours after manufacture, by adding a new dose of STEVAPASTE P2N or by adding untreated corks.

The marking ink is generally not affected by STEVAPASTE P2N. Most corks can be “treated” 1 to 2 hours after marking without tarnishing.

Stability: Treated corks have excellent stability over time, both in terms of slippage and in terms of odour and taste. Solvent and odour free, chemically stable, easy to use, giving a regular and permanent slip, with no influence on marking inks and allowing significant reductions in storage time, STEVAPASTE P2N is increasingly considered to be economical for its high performance.

4 - Storage :

Store away from frost and temperatures above 40°C.

Do not store for longer than 6 months.

STEVAPASTE P28
SURFACE TREATMENT FOR CORKS
STEVAPASTE P28 offers the properties of STEVAPASTE and includes a compatible paraffin emulsion to reinforce the anti-capillarity of the cork. STEVAPASTE P28 enables waxing and siliconising to be carried out in a single injection.
1 - Composition :

Solvent-free, anionic dispersion in the form of a fluid paste.

Active ingredients :

  • High molecular weight, high viscosity methylsiloxane
  • Paraffin wax
2 - Properties :

Excellent chemical stability during storage, processing and on corks, before and after corking.

Virtually inert between -20° and +50°C in a dry or humid atmosphere and in the absence or presence of normal natural or artificial light.

Does not alter the odour or taste of the wine. In accordance with EC regulation No. 1935/2004 of 27 October 2004, STEVAPASTE P28 has been tested for migration by an approved laboratory. Corks treated with STEVAPASTE P28 meet the inertness criteria for overall migration and migration specific to organostannous substances in alcoholic beverages.

Action on beer, cider, etc. foams This is practically non-existent for the reasons given above.

Food suitability: All the products used in the composition of STEVAPASTE P28 comply with :

  • FDA 21 CFR and its amendments,
  • EC regulation N° 10/2011 and its amendments,
  • For other regulations, please refer to the food contact certificate.
3 - Application :

It is strongly recommended to shake STEVAPASTE P28 before use.

STEVAPASTE P28 is generally used without any preparation, in its original form, by spraying or injection.

The quantities used vary according to grading, washing, the nature of the corks (full, sealed or unsealed, or agglomerated) and the type of bottling for which they are intended, between 300 and 500 g for 10,000 corks.

The passage time in the cold or hot drums is between 15 and 30 minutes. Cold corks can be used after 12 to 24 hours, depending on the ambient temperature and whether they are bagged or spread out. When hot, by blowing hot air into the drum during treatment or after treatment in a dryer (hot air at 50°C for 15 minutes), the corks can be used within 4 to 5 hours.

Correction of dosage: Treatment that is too weak or too strong can be corrected up to 24 hours after manufacture, by adding a new dose of STEVAPASTE P28 or by adding untreated corks.

L’encre de marquage n’est généralement pas influencée par le STEVAPASTE P28. On peut ‘traiter’ le plus souvent 1 à 2 heures après le marquage sans ternir les bouchons.

Stabilité : Les bouchons traités ont une excellente stabilité dans le temps aussi bien en glissement qu’en odeur et goût. Ils résistent remarquablement aux moisissures.

Exempt de solvants et d’odeur, stable chimiquement, facile d’utilisation, donnant un glissement régulier et permanent, sans influence sur les encres de marquage et permettant des réductions de temps de stockage importantes, le STEVAPASTE P28 est jugé de plus en plus comme économique pour ses hautes performances.

4 - Storage :

Store away from frost and temperatures above 35°C.

Do not store for longer than 12 months.

STEVAPASTE P73 thick
SURFACE TREATMENT FOR CORKS
Thick STEVAPASTE P73 offers the properties of STEVAPASTE and includes a compatible paraffin emulsion to reinforce the anti-capillarity of the cork. Thick STEVAPASTE P73 enables waxing and siliconising to be carried out in a single injection.
1 - Composition :

Anionic dispersion, solvent-free.

Active ingredients :

  • High molecular weight, high viscosity methylsiloxane.
  • Paraffin wax.
2 - Properties :

Excellent chemical stability during storage, processing and on corks, before and after corking.

Virtually inert between -20°C and +50°C in a dry or humid atmosphere and in the absence or presence of normal natural or artificial light.

Does not alter the odour or taste of the wine. In accordance with EC regulation No. 1935/2004 of 27 October 2004, STEVAPASTE P73 thick has been tested for migration by an approved laboratory. As a result, corks treated with thick STEVAPASTE P73 meet the inertness criteria for overall migration and migration specific to organostannins in alcoholic beverages.

Action on beer and cider foams, etc… This is practically non-existent for the reasons given above.

Food suitability: All the products used in the composition of STEVAPASTE P73 thick comply with :

  • FDA 21 CFR regulations and amendments,
  • EC regulation N° 10/2011 and its amendments,
  • For other regulations, please refer to the food contact certificate.
3 - Application :

Thick STEVAPASTE P73 is generally used without any preparation, in its original form, by spraying or injection.

The quantities used vary according to grading, washing, the nature of the corks (solid, sealed or unsealed, or agglomerated) and the type of bottling for which they are intended, approximately 200 to 600g for 10,000 corks.

The passage time in the cold or hot drums is between 15 and 30 minutes. Cold corks can be used after 12 to 24 hours, depending on the ambient temperature and whether they are bagged or spread out. When hot, by blowing hot air into the drum during treatment or after treatment in a dryer (hot air at 50°C for 15 minutes), the corks can be used within 4 to 5 hours.

Correction of dosage: Treatment that is too weak or too strong can be corrected up to 24 hours after manufacture, by adding a new dose of thick STEVAPASTE P73 or by adding untreated corks.

The marking ink is generally not affected by the thick STEVAPASTE P73. Most corks can be “milked” 1 to 2 hours after marking without tarnishing.

Stability: Treated corks have excellent stability over time in terms of slippage as well as odour and taste. Solvent and odour free, chemically stable, easy to use, giving a regular and permanent slip, with no influence on marking inks and allowing significant reductions in storage time, STEVAPASTE P73 thick is increasingly considered to be economical for its high performance

4 - Storage :

Store away from frost and temperatures above 35°C.

Do not store for longer than 12 months.

STEVAPASTE P82
SURFACE TREATMENT FOR CORKS
STEVAPASTE P82 offers the properties of STEVAPASTE and includes a compatible paraffin emulsion to reinforce the anti-capillarity of the cork. STEVAPASTE P82 enables waxing and siliconising to be carried out in a single injection.
1 - Composition :

Anionic dispersion, solvent-free.

Active ingredients :

  • High molecular weight, high viscosity methylsiloxane.
  • Paraffin wax.
2 - Properties :

Excellent chemical stability during storage, processing and on corks, before and after corking.

Virtually inert between -20° and +50°C in a dry or humid atmosphere and in the absence or presence of normal natural or artificial light.

Does not alter the odour or taste of the wine. In accordance with EC regulation No. 1935/2004 of 27 October 2004, STEVAPASTE P82 has been tested for migration by an approved laboratory. As a result, corks treated with Stevapaste P82 meet the inertness criteria for overall migration and migration specific to organostannous substances in alcoholic beverages.

Action on beer and cider foams, etc… This is practically non-existent for the reasons given above.

Food suitability: All the products used in the composition of STEVAPASTE P82 comply with :

      • FDA 21 CFR and its amendments,
      • EC regulation N° 10/2011 and its amendments,
      • For other regulations, please refer to the food contact certificate.
3 - Application :

It is strongly recommended to shake STEVAPASTE P82 before use.

STEVAPASTE P82 is generally used without any preparation, in its original form, by spraying or injection.

The quantities used vary according to grading, washing, the nature of the corks (full, sealed or unsealed, or agglomerated) and the type of bottling for which they are intended, approximately 200 to 600 g for 10,000 44×24 corks.

The passage time in the cold or hot drums is between 15 and 30 minutes. Cold corks can be used after 12 to 24 hours, depending on the ambient temperature and whether they are bagged or spread out. When hot, by blowing hot air into the drum during treatment or after treatment in a dryer (hot air at 50°C for 15 minutes), the corks can be used within 4 to 5 hours.

Correction of dosage: Treatment that is too weak or too strong can be corrected up to 24 hours after manufacture, by adding a new dose of STEVAPASTE P82 or by adding untreated corks.

The marking ink is generally not affected by STEVAPASTE P82. Most corks can be ‘treated’ 1 to 2 hours after marking without tarnishing.

Stability: Treated corks have excellent stability over time in terms of slippage as well as odour and taste. STEVAPASTE P82 is solvent-free, odour-free, chemically stable, easy to use, gives a regular and permanent slip, has no effect on marking inks and allows significant reductions in storage time.

4 - Storage :

Store away from frost and temperatures above 35°C.

Do not store for longer than 12 months.

STEVAPASTE P82 thick
SURFACE TREATMENT FOR CORKS
Thick STEVAPASTE P82 offers the properties of STEVAPASTE and includes a compatible paraffin emulsion to reinforce the anti-capillarity of the stopper. Thick STEVAPASTE P82 enables waxing and siliconising to be carried out in a single injection.
1 - Composition :

Anionic dispersion, solvent-free.

Active ingredients :

    • High molecular weight, high viscosity methylsiloxane.
    • Paraffin wax
2 - Properties :

Excellent chemical stability during storage, processing and on corks, before and after corking.

Virtually inert between -20° and +50°C in a dry or humid atmosphere and in the absence or presence of normal natural or artificial light.

Does not alter the odour or taste of the wine. In accordance with EC regulation No. 1935/2004 of 27 October 2004, STEVAPASTE P82 thick has undergone migration testing by an approved laboratory. Corks treated with thick Stevapaste P82 meet the inertness criteria for overall migration and migration specific to organostannous substances in alcoholic beverages.

Action on beer and cider foams, etc… This is practically non-existent for the reasons given above.

Food suitability: All the products used in the composition of STEVAPASTE P82 thick comply with :

    • FDA 21 CFR and its amendments,
    • EC regulation N° 10/2011 and its amendments,
    • for other regulations, please refer to the food contact certificate.
3 - Application :

STEVAPASTE P82 thick is generally used without any preparation, in its original form, by spraying or injection.

The quantities used vary according to grading, washing, the nature of the corks (solid, sealed or unsealed, or agglomerated) and the type of bottling for which they are intended, approximately 200 to 600 g for 10,000 44×24 corks.

The passage time in the cold or hot drums is between 15 and 30 minutes. Cold corks can be used after 12 to 24 hours, depending on the ambient temperature and whether they are bagged or spread out. When hot, by blowing hot air into the drum during treatment or after treatment in a dryer (hot air at 50°C for 15 minutes), the corks can be used within 4 to 5 hours.

Correction of dosage: Treatment that is too weak or too strong can be corrected up to 24 hours after manufacture, by adding a new dose of thick STEVAPASTE P82 or by adding untreated corks.

The marking ink is generally not affected by the thick STEVAPASTE P82. Most corks can be ‘treated’ 1 to 2 hours after marking without tarnishing.

Stability: Treated corks have excellent stability over time in terms of slippage as well as odour and taste. Solvent-free and odour-free, chemically stable, easy to use, giving a regular and permanent slip, with no effect on marking inks and allowing significant reductions in storage time, thick STEVAPASTE P82 is increasingly considered to be economical for its high performance.

4 - Storage :

Store away from frost and temperatures above 35°C.

Do not store for longer than 12 months.

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