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MHI to Showcase Small-batch Blister Machine at PACK EXPO Las Vegas

See it at PACK EXPO Las Vegas, Booth #SL-6808! MHI’s cost-effective Eagle-LP blister machine is ideal for stability tests and R&D efforts as well as for clinical trials and small-scale startup production.

Eagle Lp Blister Machine

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Maruho Hatsujyo Innovations (MHI) the U.S. subsidiary of Maruho Hatsujyo Kogyo Co. Ltd, a Japanese company with subsidiaries in Asia and the U.S., will showcase its Eagle-LP blister machine, a cost-effective solution for development stages, stability testing, and initial small-batch production.

The Eagle-LP addresses two longstanding challenges in early-stage blister packaging: affordability and floorspace. Many pharma manufacturers have faced challenges finding blister units for stability testing, clinical trials, and small batch runs that aren’t onerously expensive and unnecessarily lengthy or bulky. The modestly priced Eagle-LP measures just 1.8 meters in both length and height, and just .9 meters in width.

Importantly, the Eagle-LP is also designed to accommodate a newer generation of more sustainable blister film substrates – ones that are typically more difficult to form and seal. The unit can easily accommodate PVC, PVDC, PET, ACLAR, ALU, and PP.

The Eagle-LP can run up to 20 cycles/min, with a blister format area of 110 X 60mm and a maximum blister depth of 20mm. It can handle forming materials up to 320mm in diameter, and lidding materials up to 220mm in diameter. The unit is capable of both thermoforming and cold foil forming.


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