Spiroflow's (Monroe, NC) new bulk bag discharger with an electric hoist can be used with bulk bags weighing 500 to 3ꯠ lb. Major components are made from welded tubular steel for minimal field assembly and added safety.
A new brochure from 80/20 (Ft. Wayne, IN) discusses the firm's full line of safety guards. Made with aluminum frames, the line can be designed with a variety of panel options, including acrylic, PC, wire, cloth or metal.
Synergy II medical tray sealers from EMD Products (Libertyville, IL) offer GMP-compliant construction, maximum operator safety and superior process control with particulate-free operation required for clean room environments.
Campak's (Fairfield, NJ) M92 Blister Packer can run any film accurately, says the company, including cold-formed blister applications. Runs webs to 10" W and blisters up to 3" W x 5" D at speeds to 540 blisters/min.
To comply with the Consumer Product Safety Commission's recent decision to make current CR closures more senior-friendly, Sunbeam Plastics (Evansville, IN) has de-veloped sev-eral new closure systems that pass the proposed older-adult "Senior Protocol" test.
Seaquist Closures (Mukwonago, WI) has developed a child-resistant closure that is also a dispenser. For OTC pharmaceutical products, this closure is said to exceed re-cent requirements for child safety and senior accessibility set by the Consumer Product Safety Commission.