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Closing machine for the pharmaceutical industry HSL-CAP
compactfor vialscontinuous

closing machine for the pharmaceutical industry
closing machine for the pharmaceutical industry
closing machine for the pharmaceutical industry
closing machine for the pharmaceutical industry
closing machine for the pharmaceutical industry
closing machine for the pharmaceutical industry
closing machine for the pharmaceutical industry
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Characteristics

Applications
for the pharmaceutical industry
Configuration
compact
Container type
for vials
Other characteristics
continuous

Description

High speed vial closing machines. Compact machine / Minimal particle generation during crimping / Output up to 600 upm. / Conforms with cGMP - US FDA. The machine we present is a continuous motion high speed Closing Monoblock to crimp aluminium caps on glass, plastic or metal cylindrical vials. For productions up to 600 units per minute. The design has been made in compliance with the cGMP and US FDA regulations, in special accordance with the requirements of the pharmaceutical industry. The closing station is equipped either with 8 or 16 tangential rolling heads which work continuously and ensure reliable crimping and minimal particles generation during the closing process. The changeover to a different format is carried out quickly, easily and without tools, by exchanging complete sets of format parts. Feeding of closures is done automatically by vibrating feeders, made of AISI-316L stainless steel. Optional equipment: Vial infeed table. Inspection through artificial vision. Data recording software to export relevant production data. Aluminium closures printing / codification. Outfeed through double tray. Laminar flow unit / RABs. IQ / OQ Validation package.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.