The new Noack 960 blister packaging line features a series of innovative features in order to provide an efficient primary and secondary packaging process.
The new, servo-controlled QuickTransfer system connects the Noack 960 blister packaging machine to the Promatic PC 4000 horizontal motion cartoner to form a single, integrated line. As a result, the robotic transfer station now conveys each individual blister even more securely from the die cutting unit directly to the cartoner.
The proven QuickFeed, QuickAdjust, QuickAdmin and QuickClean systems further enhance the overall operating efficiency of the production processes. Quick product changeovers, short cleaning times and increased line availability are the hallmarks of this blister line. Due to the roller sealing principle, the Noack 960 can achieve a maximum output of 700 blisters a minute.
The Noack 960 blister packaging line from Romaco will be on show at Total Processing & Packaging Exhibition from June 04 to 06, 2013, at Pharma Machinery Ltd, Stand E80.
Romaco is a leading global supplier of processing and packaging equipment. Divided into two business areas for Processing and Packaging, the company develops system solutions for the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, food and chemical industries. The engineering specialist, headquartered in Karlsruhe (Germany), operates at four European locations with seven brands spanning multiple industries: the Noack, Siebler and Bosspak packaging product lines are located in Karlsruhe, while Macofar, Promatic and Unipac are manufactured in Bologna (Italy). The Processing sector, represented by FrymaKoruma, is situated at two sites in Rheinfelden (Switzerland) and Neuenburg (Germany). The product range of this single-source supplier includes primary and secondary packaging, sterile liquid and powder filling, process technology and wet grinding. More than 50,000 machines built by Romaco are currently in action in more than 180 countries around the globe. Around 450 staff support and supply customers all over the world.