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Tablet packaging system NBL 400
blisterfor the pharmaceutical industrysealing

tablet packaging system
tablet packaging system
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Product applications
for tablets
Container type
Application domain
for the pharmaceutical industry
sealing, with cartoner module


Noack NBL 400 Blister Line The Noack NBL 400 is Romaco’s attractive Budget solution. In particular, this blister line meets the requirements of fast-growing pharmaceutical markets worldwide. The robust system concept is ideal for medium batch sizes and consists of a blister machine with rotary sealing and a continuous motion cartoner. And when it comes to product feeding, the Noack NBL 400 allows very flexible configurations. The perfect entry level model combines optimal product quality with a low initial capital investment. Benefits of the Noack NBL 400 Blister Line Easy to use Operators require no specialist technical know-how Ideal for contract packaging companies and pharmaceutical start-ups Wide range of applications Excellent value for money thanks to extensive standardisation and proven technology Full compatibility of format parts with the Noack 921 Technical Highlights Draw-off roller with integral cooling Robust forming station with servo drive Coding station designed for high loads Ready for Remote Assist OPC UA interface for production data acquisition (PDA) Technical Data Output blisters/minute max. - 400 Blister tracks max. - 5 Forming cycles/minute max. - 100 Cutting cycles/minute max. - 140 Foil width max., in mm - 214 Forming area max., in mm - 170 x 204 Cutting area max., in mm - 162 x 204 Forming depth max., in mm - 12 Forming foil reel diameter max., in mm - 700 Lidding foil reel diameter max., in mm - 320 Output cartons/minute max. - 300


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