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State?s newest sealer is used on a multipurpose packaging line that runs sizes from 1-oz sampler bottles up to the 16-oz bottle
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How State Chemical cleans up

Cleveland-based chemical packer modernizes its filling lines with induction sealing, and with a computer program that helps put customer service first.
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Desiccant brochure

"Packaging the Future" is a new brochure from Grace Davison (Baltimore, MD) highlighting the company's full line of custom-packaged silica gel desiccants.
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Sorbent preforms

Skavenger(TM) sorbent preforms from Multiform Desiccants (Buffalo, NY) offer good adsorption capacity in a small, compact design for applications including transistors, semiconductors, electronic equipment and some pharmaceuticals.
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Optical sensor

The Dynamic Optical Window from Balluff (Florence, KY) detects and reacts to moving objects as small as .03" dia. Suited for counting small objects air-conveyed in a transparent tube or dropped from a chute, such as drug capsules, wire trim scrap or electronic components.
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Temperature-indicating labels

Tempil° (South Plainfield, NJ) has introduced TempilLabel° self-adhesive labels. Uses a bullseye-shaped indicator that turns from white to black when it reaches its rated temperature.
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Blister inspection software

When used with Color CVIM inspection tools, Blister-Pak(TM) software from Allen-Bradley (Mil-waukee, WI) can provide high-speed inspection of packaged tablets and capsules in most combinations.
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FDA revises standards for single-serve dairy containers

It may seem like too little and too late, but the Food and Drug Administration recently issued its 1993 revision of "Standards for the Fabrication of Single Service Containers and Closures for Milk and Milk Products." Federal and state regulatory inspectors use these standards as the basis for inspecting plants manufacturing dairy packaging.
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Supplier news: Appointments, promotions

Nonprescription Drug Manu- facturers Assn. (Washington, DC): Robert G. Donovan, re-elected as chairman.
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Labels, not Similac, are phony

As if Ross Laboratories, Columbus, OH, didn't have enough trouble with fake 16-oz metal cans of powdered Similac infant formula in California (see PW, March '95, p.
Clay-coated newsback cartons have replaced SBS board for Pilling Weck1s line of disposable medical devices. The new cartons, so
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Folding carton changes rescue medical products maker

Changing from preprinted SBS to clay-coated newsback with labels printed and applied in-house saves Pilling Weck between 25 and 30% in material costs while halving carton inventory.

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