Blister packer model "MC"
Designed and constructed in accordance with the requirements of the Pharmaceutical Industry and in observance of GMP standards, the MC blister packaging machine has maintained the principal characteristics which distinguish CAM blisterpackers.Thanks to its reduced overall dimensions the MC machine can be installed in environments with space limitations.
Simplified use and ease of cleaning
The path of the web between the reel and forming material and the cutting station is as short and linear as possible giving the operator full vision and total control of all the principal functions of the machine. The above together with a careful design study which has separated the areas enclosing the mechanicat movements from the areas dedicated to product handling, enable line clearence and machine cleaning upon lot change-over to be carried-out with simplicity and ease. Format change-over can be carried-out by the use of quick release devices, even by unskilled personnel.
Flexibility / versatility
The machine can handle a wide range of forming materials, such as: PVC, PP, PVC- PVDC, PVC-PE-PVDC, ACLAR, PETG, ALLI-PE, ALU-PP and lidding materials such as: ALUMINIUM, ALUMINIUM- PAPER, ALUMINIUM-PAPER-MYLAR, ALUMINIUM-PE, POLYPROPYLENE. Owing to the complete range of feeders available, the machine can handle products such as hard or soft gelatine capsules, round and oval sugar coated pills and coated or uncoated tablets of any shape and in any different presentation
Solid structure and mechanical reliability
Web transfer is carried-out by 4 mechanical grippers, the third of which acting directly on the housings, guarantees (with the use of any type of material) correct positioning of the formed stroke between the sealing station planes. From the cutter (operating without creating crossways waste), blisters are transferred to the connecting conveyor, placed at 90 to the machine. This allows different linkage solutions with the downstream equipment including the possibility to install the blister packaging machine in an environment separate from the rest of the line.