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PressOut Automatic is an automatic deblistering machine for recovering tablets and capsules from push-through and multi-product blisters with in-line and diagonal/offset layouts.
The automatic deblistering machine has an integrated magazine feed that enables blister packs to be fed automatically through a set of rollers. The tablets or capsules are gently pushed out of the blister packs and are collected separately from the waste packaging. The speed of the machine operation can be varied to a maximum of 60 blisters per minute.Get More Information
Ideal for deblistering of bulk-supplied blisters for dispensing drugs into monitored dosage systems (MDS) tailored for individual patients in hospitals, nursing homes or other managed care facilities. Perfect for assisting with refilling cartridges in automated dispensing systems.
Clinical trials in laboratories
Enables deblistering of valuable clinical trial drugs from unused packs. Also, competitive products need to be deblistered and repacked for use in double blinded clinical trial studies.
Quality control testing
Testing packaging material characteristics.
Pharmaceutical production and packaging facilities
Ideal to empty blisters which have been rejected from the packaging line because of empty pockets, poor seals, incorrect batch coding etc. The good product can then be re-packaged to increase yield and reduce wastage costs. Fluctuating market demands can be managed easily by deblistering surplus stocks of finished blister packs and re-packaging the contents in formats to suit the needs of other markets.
For waste disposal
When the product reaches the end of its shelf life it needs to be destroyed. For reject blisters containing toxic product, there often is an expensive disposal process of the product is not separated from its packaging.
Prevents product damage
Prevents foil contamination
Operators who deblister manually often suffer blisters on their fingers, Repetitive Strain Injury or Carpel Tunnel Syndrome. Using a machine to deblister:
More hygienic than manual emptying