The three Koerber Medipak companies - Rondo, Dividella and MediSeal - will be presenting their latest innovations .
MediSeal's LSC (Late Stage Customisation) system now features a new security concept based on the use of a 2D code as a unique identifier. This is said to guarantee pharmaceutical security even when the working processes are decoupled.
The 2D matrix code is applied to blisters are provided in the packaging machine to identify the batch and the product. When the blisters are returned to the cartoning machine, this code is clearly identified and country-specific and product-specific print is then applied in-line.
The company will be using a standalone CP400e blister machine and a standalone P1600 cartoning machine to demonstrate the LSC system, where the blister packaging, printing and cartoning operations are no longer coupled together in a line. On the CP400e blister machine, MediSeal is also presenting a new flexible feeding solution that enables tablets with dimensional tolerances and tablets of different sizes to be fed into larger pockets using a single format set.
Also on show will be an LA400 sachet machine fitted with a new ultrasound sealing module. This new technology means that even packaging materials that cannot be heat-sealed - such as PP fleece material or PP films - can be welded.
Dividella, which specialises in packaging for parenteral products and blisters in wallets, will be showing the high-performance NeoWallet machine. This unit can produce BoxWallet/Wallet packs that provide easy access to the blisters and tablets and can be easily reclosed. The pack design provides guaranteed product protection and leave large areas on the packaging available for patient information.
Dividella will also show its newly developed NeoTOP 104, a semi-automated entry-level model top loading machine designed for applications in which great format flexibility is required. TopLoad packs that are opened at the top to give a clear view of the entire contents and make removal easier are proving increasingly popular.
Hall 3.1, Stand O12-R18