Capsule Filling & Sealing Machines(3 companies)
Equipment used for dosing and filling gelatin or nongelatin shells typically with dry ingredients for pharmaceutical and nutraceutical applications, such as ground herbal supplements.
Grupo Empac SA de CV
Grupo Empac supplies the TECNI PAC® model TNJP-800C automatic capsule machine, designed for filling hard gelatin capsules with powders, granules and pellets. Used in the production of medicines and supplements for the pharmaceutical, homeopathic, food, herbal and related industries, this machine removes defective capsules after assembly with a filling precision of 99% and a high dosing accuracy . Capsule filling machine runs at production rates from 600 to 800 capsules per minute, depending on the type of powder to be filled.
Harro Höfliger supplies capsule filling equipment for applications ranging from the lab standard to production. Specializing in flexible and efficient filling of hard capsules, powder dosing in micro- and macro-quantities, tablets, micro-tablets, pellets, capsules, liquids or combinations of various fill media, Harro Höfliger also offers highly precise weighing modules, sensors and control systems. Experts in the company's Pharma Services support end users during process development.
MG America, Inc.
MG America's line of capsule fillers and tablet presses includes the PLANETA 200 capsule filler, a continuous motion machine for high production volumes. Capable of speeds up on 200,000 capsules/hour, the PLANETA 200 can fill powders, pellets, micro-tablets, tablets, liquids, and capsule-in-capsule, among other formats. The machine’s modular design features two removable dosing stations that can accommodate different dosing units. The PLANETA 200 is available with automatic statistical in-process control system integrated into the machine, 100% NETT weight control system or the 100% MultiNETT weight control system, which is capable of monitoring and controlling each component in a capsule – a useful feature for combination products.
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