Germany-based Romaco will be exhibiting its latest innovations in blister pack and liquid filling machinery at the Achema process industry exhibition in Frankfurt am Main in June.
Headquartered in Karlsruhe, Romaco develops processing and packaging equipment for the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, food and chemical industries.
The company’s new, servo-controlled QuickTransfer system connects the Noack 960R blister machine to the Promatic PC 4250 continuous horizontal cartoner to form a single, integrated line, meaning that the robotic transfer station can now convey each individual blister more securely from the die cutting unit directly to the cartoner.
“The proven QuickFeed, QuickAdjust, QuickAdmin and QuickClean systems further enhance the overall operating efficiency of the production processes,” the company says. Due to the roller sealing principle, the Noack 960R can achieve a maximum output of 600 blisters a minute.
Romaco will also show for the first time its new, fully servo-controlled Macofar LF compact filling line product range, for filling pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and cosmetic liquids into bottles.
The Macofar LF boasts a maximum output of 12,000 bottles an hour, depending on the filling volume and product type, while various dosing systems and closure mechanisms assure “versatile and highly customized processes”, according to the company.
The “ergonomic” machine design complies with all relevant cGMP requirements and is said to be simple to convert and clean.
At Achema, romaco will also be displaying the Siebler HM 1/230 vertical heat-sealing machine; the FrymaKoruma Frymix II vacuum processing unit; the FrymaKoruma Dinex vacuum processing unit; and the FrymaKoruma CoBall annular gap bead mill – an inline milling system for suspensions and high-viscosity products.
Romaco Noack 930R line