Marchesini Group's NERI RE202 1T 1C automatic rotary labeling machine applies self-adhesive or glued labels; can be equipped with one to two label dispensing heads. Designed to position and label oval, shaped, or cylindrical containers.
The "solids" area of Marchesini Group confirms the efforts in offering flexible and innovative solutions. The offer is enriched with the double electronic counter FTC24, which alongside the well-known FTC12 model, is currently able to satisfy production requirements of up to 110 vials/minute and 720 thousand tablets/hour.
The video from Marchesini shows the BL400 VTE XL labeling system. Designed to meet the serialization needs of pharmaceutical manufacturers, this system offers labeling speeds in excess of 400 cartons per minute.
The Marchesini INTEGRA 300 robotized blister line shown in this video integrates into a single robotized monoblock the two operations of blister thermoforming and cartoning. The line is managed by a PC and features a small footprint.
A video of Robocombi from Marchesini shows this robot in a range of product feeding applications. The Robocombi is a robotic feeding solution for types of packaging that do not lend themselves to fast, effective accumulation — blisters, strips, trays, flowpacks, and squeezable and rigid tubes.
With an annual export representing more than 85% of turnover, Marchesini undoubtedly imposes itself as an international company. To keep up this role and consolidate its presence all over the world in a constantly changing international back-ground, ever since its early years of industry Marchesini has opened its own offices abroad, situated in the main reference markets.
Marchesini highlights in a new video the innovative design and operation of its model RSF 12-18-24 ampoule filling and sealing machine. The machine achieves maximum output of 24,000 ampoules per hour. Ampoule sizes range up to 22.5 millimeters.
A video from Marchesini follows the start to finish process of filling tablets into rigid tubes. The innovative MT1000 filling machine offers many operational advantages and reaches a maximum speed of 1,000 tablets and/or 100 rigid tubes per minute.
Individual blister packs are mechanically fed into a flighted conveyor that brings them a short distance downstream to where they are inserted into folding cartons via a Marchesini cartoner. Thermal ink-jet coding, powered by Hewlett-Packard and supplied by Nutec, code inspection, also part of the Nutec system, and checkweighing (from Optima) all follow.