Chase-Logeman’s ChaseGuard™ Liquid Filling Barrier Isolator System offers a high level of aseptic processing and operator protection for cGMP pharmaceutical applications such as R&D, Pilot Plant, Clinical Trial, and smaller production batch processes.
Using positive displacement to dispense liquids at speeds to 120 vials/ min, the FS-12 machine from Chase-Logeman (Greensboro, NC) fills glass or plastic containers and caps them with rubber stoppers, plastic plugs or snap caps.
The CR-60 screw-cap retorquer from Chase-Logeman (Greensboro, NC) can be wheeled up to an existing conveyor to tighten screw caps that may be loosened during induction sealing of safety seals or because of other processing on bottles and jars prior to final packaging.
Chase-Logeman's (Greensboro, NC) FS Series filling and stoppering machine is now capable of applying a flanged nasal atomizing spray pump cap assembly at speeds to 60 vials/min, without activating the spray pump in the process.
The Chase-Logeman (Greensboro, NC) Model FCC3-12H filling and capping system is now equipped with a checkweighing system. Designed for use in pharmaceutical, biological and diagnostic applications, this system reaches speeds to 35 vials/min, or 60/min without checkweighing.
Chase-Logeman (Greensboro, NC) has introduced the Model FSTS2-12H automatic filling, stoppering and tray loading system. It uses a positive displacement servo-driven pump to fill glass or plastic bottles ranging from 2 mL to 100 mL at speeds to 120 bottles/min.
Chase-Logeman (Greensboro, NC) has developed a patent-pending way to use vacuum to hold feeder bowls and tracks to vibratory base drives, eliminating the use of bolts or other mechanical clamping means.
Information sheets from Chase-Logeman (Greensboro, NC) detail the FCC line of automatic liquid filling and screw capping. The FCC line can fill and apply the screw cap in successive operations while the normally unstable container is controlled in the starwheel.
Designed to expedite bottle size changeovers, the new ChaseLock(TM) quick-change, no-tool changeover feature has been developed by Chase-Logeman (Greensboro, NC) for its FPCC-12H automatic filling, plugging and capping machine.
Chase-Logeman's (Greensboro, NC) Model 611 filling machine fills plastic syringes with liquids or gels as viscous as 500ꯠ centipoise. It uses a specially designed pneumatically actuated dispensing valve for accurate filling at speeds to 25 syringes/min.
Literature is now available on Chase-Logeman's (Greensboro, NC) Model ATU-200 auto-matic tray un-loader. The system allows one operator to unload plas-tic, glass or metal containers at speeds to 300/min.
The Model ATU-200 automatic tray unloader from Chase-Logeman (Greensboro, NC) transfers plastic, glass and metal containers to a rotary or bi-flow uncrambler on demand at rates exceeding 300 containers/min.