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Romaco to exhibit HM 1 series machines at CPhI Worldwide event in Germany

Romaco is set to exhibit Siebler HM 1 series machines at this year’s CPhI Worldwide event in Germany.

The event will take place from 24 to 26 October in Frankfurt/Main.

At the event, the company will exhibit strip packaging machine from the HM 1 series at the booth of Constantia Flexibles.

Siebler HM 1 machines, which aggregate heat-sealing technology with die-cut packaging formats, will be used to manufacture die-cut strips.

As per the customer’s requirements, Siebler HM 1 machines will design individual-shaped strips, including round or rectangular packs and heart or star-shaped.

With integral grooves as opening aids, the heat-sealing technology combines design with functionality

Romaco Siebler HM 1-350 series is installed with a continuous cutting station to manufacture individual-shaped strips.

 Two servo-driven punches cut down strips out of the foil layer with a drawing cut, and nothinh is required to create air, light and moisture-tight unit dose packaging with an individual design.

According to the company, various specimen sealing pattern options are likewise available and any machine configured for die-cutting individual-shaped strips can also be used to make standard strip formats.

Romaco Siebler HM 1-350 machine holds capacity to deliver up to 900 individual-shaped strips per minute.

Romaco Innojet will also showcase Ventilus V 2.5 processing machine at the booth of French manufacturer Seppic.

Romaco demonstrated 15 of its machines at the recently held Interpack 2017.

Among the innovations were three packaging lines and nine standalone units designed for manufacturing and packing pharmaceutical solids.

Romaco stated that the introduction of four new machines in the corporate industrial design demonstrated the supplier’s key role within the group with its portfolio of seven brands.

Image: Romaco Siebler HM 1 heat-sealing machine. Photo: courtesy of Romaco Group.