In addition to cleanrooms, isolator systems, and Restricted Access Barrier Systems (RABS), pharma and biopharmaceutical packaging operations should consider the advantages of the newest technology: single-use systems.
Jackson’s installs a bagging line at a new Wisconsin plant while introducing an inspiring packaging redesign.
Obaggo is the world’s first in-home plastic bag, pouch, and films compactor that densifies polyethylene packaging for convenient recycling.
The equipment’s design eliminates the need for change parts and for a separate case erector.
The second-generation machine offers better speeds than its predecessor and is straightforward to use and maintain.
The equipment provides high-quality converting and filling for pharmaceutical packaging and other single-dose applications.
A new robotic top-load case packer can pick and place up to 20 cases per minute.
Using the conveyor surface as reference, the sensor can reliably detect multipacks of bottles or cans, whether they’re wrapped in clear, metallic, or printed film.
The new “S” pattern increases film stretch for better material yields, which adds to the savings.