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Pharmaceutical & Medical Packaging News, September/October 2015

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41 September/October 2015 Pharmaceutical & Medical Packaging News • pmpnews.com Pack ExPo Las VEgas and Pharma ExPo Integrity Verification System (I2VS) for bottles. It uses an application of thermal imaging for induction integrity assurance. The verification system uses the same dynamic thermal imaging technology as its original model, and, in terms of both machines' primary purpose of induction seal inspection and analysis, is identical to its prede- cessor. The company claims the sys- tems provide induction sealing integrity analysis for 100 percent of bottles with- out packaging line slowdown, in due part by performing inspection through the closed cap without physical contact in an entirely passive, non–destruc- tive fashion. DIR Technologies, Haifa, Israel; +972 (4) 850-1190; www. dir-technologies.com. booth N-806 Digital Printing A manufacturer of digital ink-jet print- ing systems and inline finishing com- ponents will feature its 3600 Series Laser Pro and the Commercial Class 2600 Series Mini Press. Its booth will also serve as a workshop and dem- onstration center for attendees. The 3600 Series Laser Pro will showcase its highest speed and resolution digital print engine, and it is capable of print- ing speeds up to 275 feet per minute (84 m/min) at print resolution 1600 × 1375 dpi. New to the 3600 Series this year is the company's instant order change software, providing users with the ability to change die shape on-the- fly without stopping production. New to Pack Expo is the company's Com- mercial Class 2600 Series Mini Press. Launched in May, it is targeted for label converters, private label manufactur- ers, and brand owners who are looking for roll-to-roll digital printing solution to handle the ever-growing consumer demand for short run digital labels and packaging. Colordyne Technolo- gies, Brookfield, WI; 262/784-1932; http://colordynetech.com. booth s-6469 high-speed in-line Capper An equipment manufacturer and pack- aging systems integrator will unveil its redesigned high-speed capper. It is equipped with the new servo-driven, patent-pending cap elevator-feeder, which features adjustable cleats and indexes on demand. The company states it has increased the speed of this continuous-motion capper by 50 per- cent and the in-line capper can cap up to 300 bottles per minute. This two- station capper-torquer uses two pairs of belts to gently rotate and tighten caps. One drive synchronizes the lin- ear displacement speed of the container with the rotating speed of the closure, even when the cap stops turning. NJM Packaging, Lebanon, NH; 603/448- 0300; www.njmpackaging.com. booths C-2614 and N-538 Wheeled bin Mixer, Capsule filler, and Cartridge filler A supplier of processing and cap- sule-filling equipment, as well as and packaging machinery, will exhibit an innovative wheeled bin mixer, a multi-purpose cartridge filler for aseptic conditions, and its con- tinuous motion capsule filler with overencapsulation capabilities. The company also will be touting its new strategic partnership with an Italian- based cartoning machine manufac- turer. The wheeled bin mixer is used for mixing pharmaceutical powders and granules inside the bin, which eliminates the need for loading, unloading, and cleaning the mixer. The cartridge filler model is a filling solution designed to achieve flex- ibility for multi-purpose filling under aseptic conditions. The capsule filler features a modular design allowing for diferent dosing units to be filled at the same time. MG America, Fairfield, NJ; 973/808-8185; www. MGAmerica.com. booth N-611

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