This Mediseal CP400 P1600 blister line in the medium performance range (up to 400 blisters/min), demonstrated by MediPak and Korber, represents a reliable, flexible system incorporating a blister and cartoning module, quick format changes and a simple operating concept.
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BestCode continuous inkjet 8 series printers from InkJet, Inc. offer a cost effective alternative for coding and marking, with long service intervals and excellent print quality combined with a simple icon based 10.4 inch user interface.
A large importer of PVC materials, used for tamper evidence multi-packing and printed shrink sleeves, Source One demonstrated its battery of pre-forms, as well as some polyethylene and polypropylene materials.
A clear-label sensor from Lion features all push-button controls as opposed to more conventional screw adjustments. Though designed primarily for clear film labels, it can also be used on paper labels.
Thanks to an innovative way of controlling air flow and regulating temperature consistency, ARPAC's Eco Tunnel uses about 50% less energy than conventional heat tunnels used for shrink bundling. Remarkably, it's cool to the touch.
The Langen C-100H cartoner was designed with sanitation and ease of cleaning in mind. Guard doors swing wide open and personnel can enter freely into spaces that need sanitation or maintenance. Low-level magazine feed brings ergonomic advantages.
A horizontal form/fill/seal pouch packaging system from Massman Automation takes film from roll stock, forms it into a zippered pouch, and fills the pouch before discharging the pouch for secondary packaging.