Alloyd (DeKalb, IL) will debut its redesigned six-station blister packaging machine, offering faster cycle speeds and improved operator comfort. A side-loading blister magazine is now positioned above the eject mechanism on the outside of the machine, allowing reloading while the machine is in operation.
Dynaric (Teaneck, NJ) has introduced the DF-20 semi-automatic strapping machine designed for small manufacturers. It's the first of its kind, says the company, to be equipped with an audible cycle alert safety signal system (ACASS).
Richards Packaging (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) now manufactures stock and custom extrusion-molded containers from a clarified grade of PP. Suited for hot fill applications, this new grade eliminates the cloudy appearance associated with products hot filled into PP containers.