CONTAINER CLOSURE INTEGRITY TESTER

The LF-SMH by Bonfiglioli engineering is an offline multi head container closure integrity tester.

The Machine is suitable for laboratory applications, statistical purposes as well as off-line testing.

The Measurement System comprises applying a pressure differential into an airtight Testing Group enclosing the Container (Patent No. 1225063 of 13-9-1988). The test objective is to detect Container leakages by measuring the reached pressure level as well as the pressure change over test time.

The Measurement System follows the approved industry standard “ASTM F2338-09”

The Test method is a Recognised Consensus Standard by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH), effective March 31, 2006

 

This machine is capable of testing up to 8 units per session and the complete cycle from start to finish is concluded in less than 90 seconds. The unique design of the machinery allows the users to handle multiple types of containers like Vials, Pouches, MDPI, MDI, IV Bags, Flowrapped Device, Bottles, Liquid Forms.

This machine is also capable of testing empty containers used for injection molded filling, filled containers whether they are closed, sealed or open.

Beside liquids, the LF-SMH can also perform tests on containers filled with powder or semi-solid content. This laboratory leak detection tester emphasizes the vacuum decay testing method which when operated at full speed in appropriate testing environment can perform up to 20 calculations per minute.

 

For more information regarding the LF-SMH or for other vacuum decay testing solutions please reach out to our product specialists at 800-829-5741

FGW: Free Standing Washers

The NEW Fedegari FGW is a glassware washer unit for laboratories, capable of performing a complete washing cycle composed of the following phases: pre-washing, washing, rinsing, acid/chemical additives rinsing, purified/DI water rinsing, drying and cooling.

Thanks to its dedicated process controller and to its special design that allows steam to be injected directly in the chamber, this machine is suitable for use in many different applications

Key Features
  • High level of programming and application flexibility with fully configurable cycles
  • Full traceability and documentation in order to meet the most stringent worldwide safety and quality standards
  • Sanitary components and CIP to ensure a perfect washing
  • Energy saving thanks to the use of steam and the recirculation of the water
  • Vertical automatic sliding doors, effortless pneumatically operated
  • Doors, chamber and piping components made of sanitary AISI 316L stainless steel
  • Ergonomic loading height
  • Built-in steam generator (0.5 bar)
  • Stainless steel (AISI 316L) modular internal rack with automatic connection to hydraulic circuit

Click here to see the product brochure, alternatively:

Contact us at  800-829-5741 for more info.

Torqo II+ Model 1600 Mesa’s new twist on cap testing

The Torque product line has been providing accurate torque measurement readings for the past 50 years. The Torqo II+ system incorporates 15 years of factory floor proven technology, supplying customers with precision torque data to help improve the production as well as the packaging of the product. Mesa Torque systems have become the standard in the beverage and pharmaceutical industries, consistently providing accurate and reliable torque level readings to help companies manage quality control.

  • Compact Size
  • Constant Speed Drive
  • Simple Touch Screen Programming
  • Calibratable in the Field
  • NIST Traceable Calibration
  • Wide Operating Temperature Range
  • Non-destructive Testing
  • Full One-year Warranty
  • USB Connectivity
  • Ethernet Connectivity
  • External Universal Power Supply
  • LAN Connectivity
  • RS-232 Port

 

A variety of tests to meet every need

  • Removal Test – Designed to measure the torque required to open a threaded closure.
  • Incremental Test – Designed to measure the torque required to open a threaded closure then reapply it to a position that will prevent leakage.
  • Bridge Test – Designed to measure the torque required to both open a threaded closure and then break the bridges of the tamper evident band.
  • Reverse Ratchet Test – Designed to measure the torque required to rotate a child-resistant cap in its free state.
  • ROPP Test – Designed to measure the torque required to open, break the bridges and then strip the threads on a Roll-On Pilfer Proof cap.
  • Close Test – Designed to apply a cap to an exact torque, thus enabling the Torqo II+ to be used as a precision capper.
  • Strip Test – Designed to simply see what the torque specification would be required to drive the cap in a clockwise direction in order to break the band and remove the cap.

 

Call our office now and learn more about the Torqo II+ and the Mesa Labs’ trade in program.

Liquid Packaging Containers For Animal Care

 

The importance of each and every one of the animals in our lives is significant. This means caring for animals in much the same way that we care for ourselves, including veterinary healthcare. To ensure safety, liquid packaging containers for veterinary medication must be closely attended to and treated as carefully as pharmaceutical packaging.

LF of America is proud to be the premier choice in the contract packaging industry, including veterinary contract packaging for products intended for pets, livestock, equine, cattle, and other animal health. All of our available liquid packaging containers for veterinary medicine are designed to ensure maximum safety for the sake of the animal’s health and safety.

The animal prescriptions in veterinary healthcare must be filled and sealed in liquid packaging containers that meet the strict cGMP guidelines and regulations put in place. Learn more about some of the different types of plastic containers suited for veterinary medicine in the article below.

If you are interested in inquiring about the elite veterinary contract packaging solution, click here to read about our featured automatic filling machine for plastic containers.

Types Of Liquid Packaging Containers For Veterinary Use

Veterinarians and animal owners alike understand the varying factors that can make administering animal medication difficult. Though most animal prescriptions have the intended purpose of preventing disease or treating infections, there are plenty of other animal products that help pets in countless ways.

What this leads to is a diverse collection of liquid packaging containers that are uniquely suited to fulfill an intended purpose. For instance, unit dose packaging in veterinary medication makes it simple for someone to administer a pre-filled single dose of liquid medication without the need to measure out the right amount.

It’s also true that many types of veterinary medication require the veterinarian to be able to operate and administer it using only one hand. To address these challenging issues, LF of America provides a full catalog of different liquid packaging containers available in all kinds of colors, shapes, sizes, and designs.

Some packaging examples of animal products and veterinary medication include the following:

  • Eye Care (drops, tear stain removal)
  • Ear Care (cleaner, deodorizer)
  • Flea & Tick Treatment
  • Livestock Treatment
  • Oral / Gum Care
  • Single Dose Medicine
  • Wound Care

Click here for more information about our custom packaging manufacturing service.

Veterinary Contract Filling Solution

LF of America is an established turnkey partner with full veterinary contract filling services available. Our FDA-registered facility is located in Boca Raton, Florida and we are proud to be the only US-based partner of the world-renowned Lameplast Group. We perform our contract filling services using an innovative method that eliminates exposure to heat, reducing the potential for product damage during the packaging process.

Contact LF of America to learn how to go about receiving a free sample of our liquid packaging containers or call us at 800 829 5741 to let us know however else we can help you achieve your veterinary packaging goals.

 

Bonfiglioli PHARMACEUTICAL AGENTS’ MEETING EVENT

The BONFIGLIOLI ENGINEERING Sales & Marketing team wholeheartedly welcomed more than 30 delegates from 18 agencies around the world, in Ferrara, Italy on 24th-26th September, to commemorate a two day event enriched with presentations, discussions on market opportunities and training sessions on pharmaceutical leak testing equipment.

The first day of the conference kicked off at the Este Castle of Ferrara, an exclusive setting for gatherings, where the guests attended presentations on Market Developments, New Product Developments and Latest Key Projects while immersing themselves in the historic atmosphere of the monument, which stands tall as the symbol of the city today.
The event was introduced by Mr. Kris Fairfield, President of Tasitest, followed by Mr. Andrea Cavanna Managing Director of Bonfiglioli Engineering, who welcomed the attendees giving them an insight on where Bonfiglioli Engineering stands today. Diverse case studies were shared and discussed during the day along with a demonstration of two inspection machines (Lasercube & LFS11).
The evening was thoughtfully planned at Comacchio, a small town of Ferrara, where a boat tour to the Lagoons at sunset & a guided visit to the antique fishing museum were the highlights of the evening. The guests got a chance to admire the lagoons, made even more enticing, with a variety of species of birds, that make the lagoon their natural habitat at this time of the year.
A gala dinner followed during which Mr. Kris Fairfield thanked the guests, stating: “This is a great opportunity to create a strong network and share technical and commercial know-how. The corporate truly trusts in this business and Bonfiglioli Engineering is the expression of the Italian expertise in engineering and leak testing worldwide”.

The following day a live demonstration of the SAIL (Smart Automated Inspection Laboratory) was given at the Bonfiglioli Engineering premises. Some of the attendees had a chance to see the live Cobot led machine for the very first time, after which a reality tour was organized to demonstrate live machines by the technicians, explaining the technical solutions and features and the latest technological innovations.

Mr. Andrea Cavanna concluded the extraordinary event by thanking all the attendees and inviting them to the next milestone of Bonfiglioli Engineering: the new building opening ceremony, a new and bigger location which is a symbol of the growing strength of the company in the market.

 

Webinar ‘Key Factors of Developing a Cleaning Strategy’ – Guest Speaker: Jim Agalloco

Next Week on our Lunch and Learn Webinar Series we bring a discussion on the ‘KEY FACTORS OF DEVELOPING THE MOST EFFECTIVE CLEANING STRATEGY’

Guest speaker: Jim Agalloco

After the great success of Fedegari’s latest e-book, we want to invite you to join the Webinar: Key Factors of Developing the Most Effective Cleaning Strategy.

Tune in on Wednesday, October 24th at 11:45 CST at this link!

You’ll have the opportunity to hear Mr. Jim Agalloco, one of the main experts in clean and sterile processes in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries.

Additionally, Maria Luisa Bernuzzi and Daniela Martigani, Fedegari R&D experts, will discuss the key factors of a cleaning strategy and present a couple of case studies that will showcase different cleaning methods.

This presentation was developed By Fedegari and Agalloco & Associates for the Life Scientific Inc. L&L Series.

If you cannot watch it live, don’t worry: the webinar will be available at our YouTube channel.

Container Closure Integrity Testing Method Development and Validation for Prefilled Syringes

Utilization of prefilled syringes as a preferred container closure system for biologics has been increasing [1]. As a primary container closure system, prefilled syringes must provide an integral barrier that protects drug product stability and sterility throughout its entire shelf life. Drug manufacturers are required to check and demonstrate the system is capable of maintaining its microbial barrier integrity [2, 3]. In 2008, FDA further promoted container and closure system integrity (CCI) testing as a component of the stability protocol for sterile products

In response to the increasing regulatory expectations, the pharmaceutical industry has driven and witnessed significant technical advancements in CCI testing [5]. Instrumentation-based technologies, such as high voltage leak detection (HVLD) [6], vacuum/ pressure decay [7], mass extraction [8], and tracer gas detection (helium, oxygen etc.) [9, 10], have emerged and demonstrated improved detection capabilities compared to conventional dye and microbial ingress methods. Many of the technologies have been used for on-line 100% inspection and/or drug product stability CCI testing. In this article, we highlight our current thinking in an attempt to devise a systematic approach for CCI testing method selection, development, and validation.

General Considerations

In order to function both as a container closure system and as a drug delivery device, prefilled syringes feature many unique design elements. They usually include multiple containment compartments that are sealed by numerous interfaces. For example, the current stake needle glass syringes (Figure 1) provide a syringe barrel compartment for drug product containment and a separate needle shield compartment for needle protection. The syringe barrel compartment is sealed by the plunger on one end and by the needle on the other with the needle tip embedded in the needle shield. The needle shield compartment, sealed by the syringe barrel head,protects the needle exterior surfaces from potential contamination. The potential failure modes associated with each compartment and seal interface need to be identifi ed, assessed, and taken into account during CCI testing method development.

“In order to function both as a container closure system and as a drug delivery device, prefilled syringes feature many unique design elements.“

Furthermore, the plunger in a prefilled syringe is allowed to move within a range along the syringe barrel. When experiencing lower pressure environment during shipping and distribution, plunger movements in response to pressure variations may potentially aff ect seal integrity. Therefore, it is essential to evaluate plunger seal integrity following these special conditions.

In addition to the complex designs of prefilled syringes, the drug products packaged therein should also be considered. For example, prefilled syringes have been widely used for biologics, some of which could require extremely low temperature storage (e.g. -70°C). Since seal property of syringe components, especially elastomers (e.g. needle shields and plungers), is temperature dependent, CCI testing under extremely low temperatures could be required if theoretical justifications based on elastomer property are not adequate [11]. Moreover, drug-package interactions may impact method sensitivity and selection. For example, proteinaceous products could prevent mass transfer through CCI defects and reduce the sensitivity of a vacuum decay method [12].

Figure 1. Illustration of a stake needle glass syringe

CCI testing strategy for development

Many distinct CCI failure modes can occur throughout the life cycle of a syringe, ranging from component manufacturing, drug product filling and sealing, device assembling and packaging, to subsequent distribution and storage. It is essential to develop an overarching strategy to apply a series of CCI testing throughout the entire syringe life cycle.

CCI testing strategy development started with thorough understanding of syringe construction, design, and manufacturing processes. The CCI failure modes and eff ects associated with each aspect were first identifi ed. Using a risk-based approach, we further determined whether CCI testing is required, and if so, the intended uses and testing frequencies needed. For example, knowing the needle shield compartment seal integrity was tested by the component supplier, we elected to apply a non-routine CCI test to confirm its seal integrity upon drug product filling and sealing, and upon being assembled into devices. In contrast, for the product-containing syringe barrel compartment, we incorporated an extensive set of CCI tests into the entire product development cycle, including initial design confirmation, machinability studies, and product stability testing, to ensure CCI was achieved and well maintained.

Method selection

Table 1 lists the major CCI testing technologies available for prefilled syringes and their key characteristics. Note all the technologies have major limitations. When selecting appropriate methods, the following key aspects should be considered.

  • Suitable for its intended use. The selected method(s) must be suitable for the intended use and scope of a specific CCI test. For example, microbial ingress testing, although a good selection for media-filled syringes for fil lling process validation, cannot be used for stability testing because it does not apply to drug product filled samples. If a single method cannot meet all the testing needs, complementary methods may be applied in tandem to achieve definitive and comprehensive testing conclusions.
  • Applicable to the specific drug product-package. As previously mentioned, drug products can interact with CCI defects in various ways and may further aff ect the eff ectiveness of CCI testing methods. The method applicability to the specic product-package must be evaluated and adequately demonstrated.
  • Detection capability and eff ectiveness. Recent technologies utilizing mass extraction [8], HVLD [5], vacuum decay [7], have demonstrated reliable detection of CCI defects of 5-10 microns or smaller. These technologies are based on quantitative measurement of certain sample characteristics that can be further correlated to presence and/or sizes of CCI defects. The superior sensitivity and reliability made them preferred CCI testing methods over conventional dye or microbial ingress tests.
  • Non-destructive CCI testing. Non-destructive methods enable 100% CCI testing. In addition, they allow for further analysis of the failure modes and root causes, which in-turn provides valuable feedback for continuous improvement.

Method development

Upon establishing a preliminary method following vendor’s recommendations or literature search, we further focused on optimizing testing parameters and determining the appropriate pass/fail threshold.

Optimize Testing Parameters

First, various defect standards of known sizes (Table 2) were tested along with intact samples under different testing parameters. The correlations were thoroughly explored between key method parameters and instrument responses to intact and defect samples, aiming to identify a set of parameters that yield optimized separation between defect and intact samples (i.e. signal-to-noise ratio).

Refine Pass/Fail Threshold

To establish the preliminary pass/fail threshold, the optimized method was used to test multiple lots of filled intact syringes representing relevant product variations, including various packaging component sources/lots, drug products batches, as well as packaging sites and lines. The testing results were statistically evaluated to define the instrument baseline and variation (σ) for intact samples. Ideally, the pass/fail threshold should be at 10σ above baseline (i.e. above limit of quantitation LOQ). Defect standards of known sizes were then tested to further finalize and verify the pass/fail threshold. In cases where the 10σ threshold did not provide the desired sensitivity (as illustrated in Figure 2), the threshold setting was further adjusted between 3σ above baseline (i.e. limit of detection LOD) and the 10σ LOQ to achieve the desired detection sensitivity while keeping false positive detection probability (i.e. intact sampled detected as Fails) within the acceptable level.

Verify Method Effectiveness

Although defect standards are essential for initial method definition and optimization, they do not necessarily fully represent natural CCI defects. Natural CCI defects are of a large variety and most of them are not simple orifices or tubes. Therefore, the method performance was further evaluated using “real-world” CCI defects.

A good “real-world” defect sample set should represent all major probable CCI failure modes. Actual CCI defects could be obtained from various sources, such as reject samples from incoming or inprocess controls. When actual defect samples were not available for a specific failure mode and defect type, simulated defects were used.

A few iterations of the steps above may be needed to finalize the method. For methods used for stability testing, additional studies were performed to verify the methods are capable of detecting “aged” samples. Usually it was demonstrated by placing a set of productfilled samples with known defects on a stability study and testing the defect samples at various time points.

Method validation

Table 1. Characteristics of Major CCI Testing Methods

Table 2. Commonly-used CCI Defect Standards

In general, ICH analytical method validation guideline [14] was followed to validate instrument-based CCI testing methods. The key method characteristics, such as detection limit, range, accuracy, precision and robustness, were evaluated and demonstrated during the validation stage. In order to demonstrate detection capability in size, micro-pipettes, microtubes, and laser drilled standards of known sizes were usually used, which also allowed direct comparison of testing capability of various methods.

CCI testing methods were validated for the specific drug productpackage. Because the drug product formulation and package design may change during early development phases, a phase-appropriate approach was implemented to validate methods in concert with product development phases. For example, we utilized scientifically sound methods to support packaging system qualification and development stability studies. Once the product formulation and packaging design were finalized, the methods were then fully validated in support of primary stability and process validation CCI testing. Additional long-term method robustness may be further validated prior to implementing the method in QC laboratories for routine testing.

Figure 2. Approach to establishing Pass-Fail threshold

Summary

Appropriately selected and validated methods are essential for demonstrating container closure integrity during package and drug product development and manufacturing. However, it should be realized that current CCI testing technologies do not off er an ideal method that satisfy all prefilled syringe CCI testing needs. An integrated approach incorporating CCI testing and other engineering and administrative controls must be taken to ensure overall container closure integrity.

 

Dryer designed and built by VETROMECCANICA

EOLO DRY is a drying system designed and built by VETROMECCANICA S.R.L.

 

EOLO DRY is characterized by a manual adjustment system of the air blades that allows the ideal positioning for any format (bottle or can) and also for the neck. This drying system allows to obtain optimal results in the various phases and types of labeling, sealing and coding.

EOLO DRY is composed of blowers that feed the specifically designed manifolds to obtain the right balance between pressure, flow rate and temperature of the air that is warmed up by the compression.

The Eolo Dry System is AVAILABLE IN:

  • MODULAR SYSTEM
  • STAND-ALONE SYSTEM

 

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS of the EOLO DRY:

  • AISI304 STAINLESS STEEL STRUCTURE with polycarbonate opening doors
  • MODULAR SYSTEM: quick & easy installation on pre-existing lines
  • HIGH EFFICIENCY LATERAL CHANNEL MOTORS

§  4 ADJUSTMENTS TYPES OF THE AIR BLADES by: ·        DEPTH, ·        HEIGHT, ·        LONGITUDINAL INCLINATION, ·        BLADE INCLINATION

  • ANODIZED ALUMINUM AIR BLADES: aluminum treatment that assures lifelong guarantee of the blades
  • INVERTER ON EVERY BLOWER: allowing to optimization of the speed of the air leaving the blades according to needs of the product that’s supposed to be dried
  • ENERGY CONSUMPTION OPTIMIZATION
  • Waste water and drop collection
  • NOISE LEVEL COMPLIES WITH SAFETY RULES
  • COMPLIES WITH EC REGULATIONS, NEMA and CSA

 

Technical data:

 

Here is a video demonstration of the Dryer system

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xv–10AuUr0

 

For more information regarding the EOLO Dry systems please call our HQ at 800-829-5741

How to Properly Calibrate Your Torque Analyzer

 

Cap torque analyzers are an extremely refined set of products that need to be cared for and calibrated on a regular basis to ensure accurate and consistent results. Calibrating these complex machines can be an intimidating process, however there are tried and true steps to follow to improve not only the calibration process, but also the end results.

Why is calibration important?

Regular calibration ensures that you’re getting the most accurate results which can greatly improve your ROI and avoid production loss and costly recalls. We recommend calibration be performed at least every 12 months.

 

The Five steps to calibrate your torque machine include:

  1. Before beginning calibration, be sure to attach the frame with 1-2 screws to ensure stability.
  2. Insert the pulley into the chuck and rotate the chuck. Make sure the screw is facing a direction that allows the wire to twist 90 degrees and lock the shaft.
  3. “Zero out” any offset and hang the weight slowly and deliberately.
  4. Make sure the weights are still and are not touching anything.
  5. Be sure to calibrate both sides of the machine. This will give you the proper torque read out.

 

To make sure you are consistently getting the most accurate results from your SureTorque products, Mesa Labs recommends yearly calibrations.

To meet your needs, we currently offer 3 different ways to manage your calibration:

  1. On-site calibrations
  2. Send your lab equipment to us
  3. Laboratory calibration kit

Call our offices now to inquire about Mesa’s calibration services.

Our Manufacturers Exhibiting at Pack Expo 2018

With its massive show floor full of machinery in action and packaging solutions for every industry imaginable, attending PACK EXPO International is an experience like none other.

This Year we have nearly all of the manufacturers we represent setting camp at PackExpo. Please take note of their Expo locations.

 

Cozzoli Machine Company will be exhibiting at PackExpo IL 2018.

As a single source provider for individual components to fully integrated lines, they offer production solutions for every application, from pharmaceutical, cosmetic, e-liquid, health, beauty aids, personal care, food and beverage, chemical, paint and industrial products. Featured machines on Cozzoli’s booth:

•       FPS2-SS
•       BMSV-6T-53
•       FSV50
•       IPF06
•       PF2-IS-176
•       F400X-SS
•       RPF8 ( Plus Additional Labeler and Unscrambler)

Stop by South Building Booth Number S 1525 to see our latest technology.

To set up a meeting, please contact Cozzoli at (732) 564-0400 or sales@cozzoli.com. We look forward to seeing you at the show!

 

 

LF of America will showcase their contract filling services.

LF offers unit-dose delivery systems for liquid solutions to the pharmaceutical, diagnostic, nutraceuticals, veterinary and personal care industries. LF of America (part of Lameplast) Group is a full service contract manufacturer for the pharmaceutical and personal care industries. Our services include packaging design and manufacturing, product manufacturing, contract filling of liquid solutions in ISO 8 cleanroom following GMP, filling and sealing machine manufacturing for our proprietary packaging.

The Center Piece at LF’s booth will be the Pentafill A25, a product that will be featured on our next Webinar set for 9/26.

See their machinery and get some packaging samples at West Building – W-879

 

 

Bonfiglioli Engineering will be setting camp at South Building – S – 1548

The main highlights of the BE booth will be the LaserCube and LF-S11, two tabletop devices designed for quality control of pharmaceutical containers:
The LF-S11 is a non-destructive, single-head leak testing machine suitable for laboratory applications, statistical purposes and off-line testing of pre-filled syringes, pouches, PFS nests, Monobloc, IV Bags, flow-wrapped devices, form fill seal and bow fill seal containers, carpules, bottles, ampoules and liquid form sachets.

With high levels of accuracy and stability, even in a limited headspace, the LaserCube is designed to meet the stringent regulatory requirements of the pharmaceutical industry. The unit also boasts a lightweight and compact design that is easy to use and set up via integrated PC and any wireless touchscreen tablet as the user interface.

To schedule a meeting on BE’s inspection machinery give us a call and we will let you know of the timeframes that are still open.

 

 

Mesa Labs will be exhibiting their vast array of Torque products.

Mesa Laboratories, Inc. Is a leading manufacturer and ISO 17025 accredited service provider of bottle cap torque testers and retorquers.

Mesa offers solutions from basic release torque testing of CT (continuous thread) closures to highly specialized testing applications such as:
– Low torque range (vials)
– Adjustable topload control (Child resistant caps and absolute application angle testing)
– Minimized topload (EDM and “floating” chuck options for TEB – tampe revident band – and strip torque testing, lose cap detection)
– Lightweight and gripping pressure sensitive closures (ROPP – roll-on pilfer proof designs)
– Pouch cap (requires application angle measurement and/or unique test methods)
– Dispenser and trigger pump caps
– Medical devices

Products that will be on display:

  • ST-120S
  • Torqo 1600
  • ST-H0X
  • ST-FT
  • Gold Bottle

Additionally MesaLabs will host In-Booth Education on the Variables in capping and Torque Testing.

Mesa Labs has extended the Torqo & SureTorque Upgrade & Trade-In Program. For more information on the Torque Trade-In Program or to request a quote, please dial 800-829-5741 to speak with a representative.

Come see Mesa Laboratories at Upper Lakeside Center – E-7025

 

 

Bahnson Environmental Specialties, LLC. is a leading Controlled Environmental Chamber Manufacturer.

Bahnson provides design, installation, service, & validation of standard or custom-built Walk-In Controlled Environmental Chambers for close tolerance temp/RH mainly to the pharmaceutical & research markets.
Applications include:
Walk-in Stability, HEPA Filtered Cold & Warm Rooms, laboratory/bulk storage, vaccine chambers, & high capacity -75°C Cascade low temperature storage and Biorepository chambers, in addition to standard incubators, warm rooms, cold rooms & freezers.
BES also has a complete line of ES2000 Reach-In Environmental and Photostability Chambers.

Come see Bahnson at Lower Lakeside Center – E-10930

 

 

Vetromeccanica is our first time exhibitor at the PackExpo.

They are specialized in conveying solutions for loose and packed containers for beverage industry but also for food industry, chemical industry. They design and manufacture tailor made solutions, turnkey systems and single modular components which meet high standards of quality and flexibility.

Their complete conveying line engineering service goes from plant layout to commissioning.

Conveying systems built by Vetromeccanica are in operation all around the world in most of the major bottle producers.
Vetromeccanica’s product line includes:
• Air conveyor for PET bottles
• Table-top vacuum conveyors
• Cartons and packs conveyors
• Pre-form and bottles bulk conveyors
• Bulk conveyors
• Bottles, jars, cups and cans conveyors
• Crates conveyors
• FIFO Dynamic accumulation tables
• Rotary accumulation table
• Spiral conveyors, Vertical conveyors, Rope conveyor, Tilting conveyor, Twist conveyor
• Dividers
• Drying tunnel

Meet Stefano Lodi, Vetro’s product specialist at Upper Lakeside Center – E-8528

 

 

Newman Labeling Systems

As a leading manufacturer of medium and high speed labeling systems for applying labels to containers and cartons typical to the pharmaceutical, veterinarian and healthcare industries, Newman meets cGMP standards and is compliant to all FDA requirements.
These Validated systems incorporate the latest technology meeting present and future demands (i.e., RFID complaint label applications, 21 CFR Part 11 compliant, ISO 9001:2008, ISPE member).
Newman’s family of competitively priced labeling machines are further supported by local parts and service organization and further complimented with a standard 3 year new machinery warranty.

Special Discounts on the models exhibited on their booth will be available for PackExpo Visitors.

Stop by their booth at South Building – S-4030 to see Newman’s comprehensive range of labeling solutions.

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