The Sepha EZ Blister® is a semi-automatic pharmaceutical blister packer for samples, trials or small production runs. From Kalish (Montreal, Quebec, Canada), the machine is said to produce packs with quality equivalent to automated lines.
Recommended for pharmaceutical applications, Kalish’s (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) stainless steel Pallit palletizer accepts cases from any side, using vacuum plates that can be changed without tools in 1 min.
The Pharmaveyor from DT Kalish (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) is a modular conveyor designed for the pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries. The system can be integrated into any existing packaging line and is purchased in kit form.
The Kalish (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) Palletizer loads cases from any side at speeds to 8 cases/min. The pallet can be loaded or unloaded from the front or side, and its infeed conveyor can be adjusted.
Kalish's (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) Supercap DL caps bottles as tall as 10" with closures ranging in size from 20 to 100 mm. To accommodate varying container heights, the adjustment is motorized, requiring no tools.
An on-line bar-code verification and label-presence detector from DT Kalish (Montreal, Que-bec, Canada) reads most popular symbologies at rates to 500 scans/sec, depending on scan head, size and legibility, enabling each bar code to be read up to eight times before a "good read" is confirmed.
DT Kalish (Pointe Claire, Quebec, Canada) says its new Kalish/Kalix Kpm bench-top mounted cartoner is the smallest in the world. It measures 19.7" W x 19.7" L x 22.5" H (500 mm W x 500 mm L x 570 mm H), making it suitable for the cartoning of small containers.
The Kalish Bandstar from DT Kalish (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) is a versatile TE neck/body bander. It uses a positive band feed and placement system that feeds an uncut band directly on to each container, then cuts the band to its precise length in a single, continuous motion.
DT Kalish's (Pointe Claire, Quebec, Canada) Kx 1100 tube filler and sealer uses quick-release handles for quick changeovers. Designed for pharmaceutical and cosmetics applications, it reaches speeds to 110 metal tubes/min when crimping, or 92/min, when plastic laminated tubes are being hot-air sealed.