Join Cozolli at INTERPHEX 2018

 

Cozzoli Machine Company will be exhibiting at INTERPHEX 2018 from April 17 – 19, 2018 at the Javits Center in New York City, NY USA. As a single source provider for individual components to fully integrated lines, we offer production solutions for every application, from pharmaceutical, cosmetic, e-liquid, health, beauty aids, personal care, food and beverage, chemical, paint and industrial products. Stop by to see our latest technology in Booth 2805!

 

Featured machines include the RPF8 Rotary Piston Filler, the FSV50 Mini Monoblock, the GW24 Ampule/Vial Batch Washer, and the PF2-IS powder filler. We will also be showing our tabletop F400XSS Liquid Filler.

 

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

 

 

MACHINES ON EXHIBIT


Fast, flexible, and reliable, our 
RPF Rotary Piston Fillers are fully automatic machines, most recently designed to accommodate the different viscosities in cough syrups. The RPF is available in different frame sizes and models; the standard 2.75″ diameter cylinders and pistons provide fill ranges of 5 to 21 fluid ounces, with 4 to 36 filling nozzles, and speeds of 60 to 540 CPM. Overhead driven pistons feature a fine fill adjustment, achieving ±0.5% fill accuracy and are easily removed for cleaning and changeover. Read more…

 

The FSV50 Mini Monoblock is a small, reliable, high performance machine designed for processing vials in laboratory, clinical production locations or other areas with limited space. It is designed for use in a clean room environment, with hood isolation and laminar flow in mind. Designed to fill liquids or powders, then stopper or cap the containers at speeds up to 50 vials per minute, the Mini Monoblock is capable of covering a range of vial sizes from 1ml to 100ml. Read more…

 

The Cozzoli GW24 Batch Washer is a high production vial and ampule cleaning machine, designed for years of reliable operation. Using a PLC to control the wash cycle, the wash parameters can be programmed into the machine for individual wash cycles. Up to nineteen different wash recipes of 99 steps each provide for individualized customer requirements. All wash recipes can be password protected. Read more…

 

The PF2-IS Powder Filler is designed to promote the highest level of performance for accuracy, repeatability and easy cleaning. Totally enclosed product pathway with no abrading parts ensures zero powder contamination. Fine tuning fill-volume adjustments can be made on the fly without tools. This machine is configured for use in an isolator. Read more…

 

F400X-SS Single Piston Filler is your machine for filling liquids at low production rates with high accuracy. Fills aqueous solutions to light oils, easy to clean and sterilize, and is designed for rapid changeover. Read more…

 

 

FIND COZZOLI BOOTH AT INTERPHEX 2018

 

Members of the Cozzoli team including engineers, sales, technical service and management will be available at INTERPHEX booth for discussion. Bring your application to Booth 2805.  

 


 

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Comments

  1. I”m not a physicist nor an engineer, but when I think of trying to move a piston with both valves closed, I see air going from “positive pressure to “negative pressure inside that cylinder in which I would think would induce a lot of drag on the engine. Think of taking a bicycle pump and blocking both intake and exhaust openings and then try to pump it. On the cylinder that”s deactivated, why not leave the exhaust valve open so air can freely move in and out of that cylinder? Wouldn”t that reduce the compression/suction” effect that you might get when you keep both valves closed? Of course the engine would have to be designed where the open valve wouldn”t hit the piston at TDC. Also, in a cylinder that”s deactivated and both valves are closed, as the piston is moving downward (creating low pressure), wouldn”t that also suck” oil up between the rings that could fowl your inactive spark plugs over time? I apologize if this seems like a stupid question, but I”ve never heard of anyone addressing this. What am I missing?

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