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Liquid filler FMB210fully-automaticfor the pharmaceutical industrybottle

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Characteristics

Operational mode
fully-automatic
Application domain
for the pharmaceutical industry
Product applications
for liquids
Container type
bottle
Other characteristics
modular, with capping system

Description

FMB210 for filling and screw capping of bottles Flexible - Fill volumes from less than 0.2 ml to more than 250 ml Reliable – No leaking bottles and cross contamination Accurate - ±0.5% filling accuracy on most volumes and capping torque better than ±10Ncm Easy to validate – Less costs for IQ/OQ and process validation Flexicon’s FMB210 is a family of fully automatic filling and capping machines, capable of working with many different liquids, fill volumes and a range of containers. One of the machines in this family is a filling and screw capping system designed for the biopharm, diagnostic and pharmaceutical industries. The system is modular, and easily customisable. For example, the infeed can be a combination of a bottle-unscrambler or a rotary table and a conveyor. Peristaltic fillers prevent costly overfilling on volumes from less than 0.2ml to 250ml. Liquid only contacts a single-use fluid path, so change-over from one liquid to another can be done quickly, without the risk of cross-contamination. Capping torque is precisely controlled and monitored. This prevents leakages due to fluctuating air pressure in storage or transit. As the torque on every container is monitored, QA departments will benefit from easy process validation. Production costs are minimised, with a single operator able to fully manage up to 2200 screw cap bottles per hour - feeding the machine with empty bottles and caps, and removing the final product from the outfeed.

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