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27 May/June 2015 Pharmaceutical & Medical Packaging News • to help users avoid activating the material too soon. "When starting a production for the first time with the Constantia DryFoil, our support guar- antees that our clients will be serviced until production runs in the planned way to maximize the products perfor- mance and optimizes the economic aspects," Lutz says. "We are providing guidelines how to handle." Constantia Flexibles ofers services for laminating, coating, rotogravure and flexographic printing, metalizing, holography, slitting, in-house graphics preparation, and cylinder engraving. Products include push-through and peelable blister foils; cold-formable foils for absolute barrier to moisture and oxygen; and heat-seal coatings for PVC, PVdC, Aclar laminations, PET, PP, and Barex. 0 A graphic depicting Constantia DryFoil's enhanced protection properties, constituting a desiccant layer as well as two layers of a proprietary PVC-free flm compatible with a broad range of PE-based lidding materials that run on standard coldform blister lines. The PVC-free flm offers "reliable system compatibility when coupled with a broad variety of PE-based lidding," says Lutz of Constantia Flexibles. BellatRx DisplayeD FasteR Desiccant-inseRting Machine at inteRphex The Rx-Desiccant Plus by BellatRx Inc. was on display for the frst time at Interphex in April in New York City. This automatic inline desiccant-inserting machine is designed to insert both pre-cut pouches and canisters, in single or mul- tiple drops, at speeds up to 140 counts per minute. BellatRx's previous automatic des- iccant-inserting machine inserts desiccants into containers at speeds up to 60 bpm. For more details, visit The Rx-Desiccant Plus from BellatRx can insert pre-cut pouches. Insertion speeds can reach 140 units/min.

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