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  • Bottle capper Delivers Smooth Torque for Better Performance
    of the population will have difficulty getting the bottle open. The torque surge is also hard on equipment, with headsets needing to be rebuilt or replaced every three to four months. Other components suf fer as well. For example, retention knives -- the mechanisms that hold bottles in place while being
  • Medical Device Link .
    on a proprietary chamber design, finds leaks in product seals and in the walls and seals of packages made from materials such as films, foils and laminations. In addition, it can test induction-welded bottle seals and blister cards. Test fixtures are custom-designed to maximise test sensitivity
  • Induction's new gig: Capless sealing
    sleeves into a delivery system, or the seal material may be unrolled, punched out, and delivered in one operation. Then both the seal and container must be captured and controlled. This usually happens by articulating arms, indexing systems, and rotary-bottle tables. Line speed determines which technique
  • Packaging Simulation Answers the Need for Speed
    area and thickness of the bottle to determine possible moisture ingression through its walls. Given its performance advantages in reducing total moisture ingress, the use of a foil-laminate heat-induction seal is always assumed. The combination of drug product and desiccant functions as a system
  • A breakthrough for in-mold assembly
    snap-on cap. Then the mold rotates 180 where the thermoplastic elastomer nipple molds as an assembly directly onto the snap-on cap. This in-mold assembly technique creates a leakproof seal that prevents bacteria from entering the bottle. It also halves the cap cost compared to a conventional bottle
  • Why Pharma's Anti-Tampering Strategies Don't Work
    , the consumer may not think to look for signs of tampering. Packaging and bottles need much more blatant indicators that are not removed when the seal is removed, and not hidden in tiny lettering somewhere on the package or bottle. Manufacturers understandably do not want their product linked with tampering
  • Machine Vision for Packaging Blends Science, Engineering and Art
    , there is no perfect solution to short counts, and inspection systems offer the best way to guarantee counts. Vision systems can also be used to detect skewed, high or missing closures on bottle packaging. This application is becoming increasingly important on high-speed packaging lines to detect defects
  • Medical Device Link .
    - and solid-dose bottle filling, POP packaging, pouch filling, and secondary packaging. For more information, contact Comar Inc., One Comar Place, Buena, NJ 08310, USA; phone: +1 609 6926100; fax: +1 609 6929251. The Health Industry Manufacturers Association (HIMA; Washington, DC, USA) recently announced

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