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QUALITY INSPECTION. An inspection system immediately following the monobloc rinser/filler/capper on Line 9 (left) inspects the package fill level and cap placement. The same system is also used on Lines 8 and 10.
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Diageo invests $120M in three new bottling lines

Diageo expands its Plainfield, IL, bottling facility with three new high-speed lines, including a 300-bpm glass bottle line and a 260-bpm filling line for PET flasks.
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BOTTLE TRACKER. As bottles travel up to the BottleTracker by conveyor, an outsert machine applies a topsert on top of the bottles. This is a folded leaflet applied to the top of each bottle that contains information related to the product.
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Apace sets the pace in pharmaceutical serialization implementation

Contract packager sees investment in serialization on its bottling and blister thermoform/fill/seal lines as an opportunity to gain business and a competitive edge.
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Federal Mfg.: Hygienic pressure/gravity filling machine

This innovative new solution is designed to reduce product waste, deliver fast filling of viscous food products, and give the customer greater flexibility. The unit can also be used to fill non-viscous food products for two machines in one solution.
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PneumaticScaleAngelus: Can seamer series

See it at Pack Expo 2014, Booth #S-2100! Angelus V-Series Can Seamers from PneumaticScaleAngelus (PSA) includes eight models equipped with between three and 18 seaming heads, and provides speeds from 75 to 2,500 cans/min.
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Bosch Packaging Technology: Laboratory device for pharmaceuticals

Semi-automatic, modular laboratory devices for liquid pharmaceutical filling for clinical trials, pharmacists.
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Ideal-Pak: Automated tote filling machine

Able to deliver hands-free automated tote filling, Ideal-Pak’s PT-Auto Line of auto liquid filling machines can be configured to accept a variety of empty totes via a powered in-feed conveyor that will move empty totes onto a powered scale conveyor for automatic filling and transport to an exit conveyor for bung attachment, labeling, and shipping.
RIVA, an automated compounding system from Intelligent Hospital Systems, prepares IV bags 50 mL to 1,000 mL, and can also prepare low-concentration dilution bags for pediatric dosing.
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GHS automates sterile IV compounding

A new pharmacy is equipped with two automated compounding systems that serve the South Carolina health system’s five locations, improving patient safety as well as internal productivity and efficiency.
RIVA automated compounding technology from Intelligent Hospital Systems compounds syringes and IV bags in an ISO Class 5 environment that enhances the safety of compounded medications while reducing cost and waste.
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How RIVA works at Greenville Hospital Systems

A detailed look at how self-contained RIVA equipment automatically compounds IV syringes or bags for improved patient safety, productivity and efficiency at Greenville Hospital Systems in SC.
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Alfa Laval: Bag-in-box fillers with servomotors

In the compact Astepo High Speed Low Acid bag-in-box filler (HS-LA), filling cycles are shortened by the use of electric servomotors controlling the aseptic filling head and bag feeder.
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Pre-made pouches fed from rails
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Pre-made pouches fed from rails

CleanPouch system from Scholle consists of pre-made spouted pouches with caps that are put on rails and fed into a high-speed rotary filler.

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