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Extending the lifespan of sterilisers

To upgrade or not to upgrade? In response to the rising cost pressure in the pharmaceutical industry, drug producers tend to opt for modernisation rather than new machinery purchases when machine parts become obsolete. Yet what if the original equipment manufacturer no longer offers these...

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Freely scalable flat pouch machine

With the Sigpack VPF (Vertical Platform Flat Pouch), Bosch introduces the first freely scalable flat pouch machine to the market. Thanks to the modularisation...


Flexible visual inspection system

The visual inspection system V2630 from Mettler-Toledo provides fully-automated controls for labels, printing and package properties. Thanks to its modular...


Robotic blister packaging line

Marchesini Group presents the the robotic blister packaging line Integra 520 V which will be exhibited together with the labeller by Neri BLA 525 and the fast...

Capsule filling machine

Identical twins

Fette Compacting presented its first capsule filling machine, the FEC40, at Interphex 2016. With an output of up to 400,000 capsules per hour, the performance...

Fine milling in compliance with Atex

Carefully conceived concept

Milling products is one matter. Finely milling products to a particle size of 75 µm in compliance with Atex is another. In order to ensure perfect Atex...

Processing pharmaceutical water efficiently

The elixir of life for pharmaceutical production

As in other industries, no aspect of pharmaceutical production can take place without water. However, not all water meets the same standards. We spoke with...


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