Tablet and Capsule Filling Line
We are able to offer either standalone Tablet and Capsule Counting systems or turnkey Tablet Counting Lines. All of our tablet counters are designed for high batches of products and frequent changeovers.
Our standalone monoblock rotary tablet counting system is available with bottle cleaning, checkweighing, capping, sealing, re-torqueing and labelling stations. The monoblock tablet counter is capable of producing up to 60 filled bottles per minute.
The linear tablet counter and capping machines can achieve 100 bottles per minute with 2 heads, 150 bottles per minute with 3 heads and 200 bottles peer minute with 4 heads. A whole table packaging line can host the same stations as the monoblock rotary tablet counter and additionally it is possible to place bottle unscrambler, desiccant inserter, 3-sided labeller, sideserter or topserter units on the line. If required, nitrogen flushing is also available for oxygen sensitive products.
Further down the packaging line we offer cartoning, case packing and palletising solutions as well.
- Cotton insertion
- Capping and re-torquing
- Desiccant Insertion
- Turnkey Solutions
- Barrel and Sachet type desiccants
- Highly Accurate Cremer Counter
- N2 Flushing possible
- Fast Changeover
11/17/2017 5:32:19 PM
Rudolf Deckert has just delivered their popular TVM mono-block tablet counting line fitted with Glove Ports. The customers cancer drug is both dusty and toxic to the operator. Therefore the Tablet Counter and all sorting bowls were covered with polycarbonate hoods. Inside the machine guarding extraction caused an under pressure minimising the escape of toxic dust. Any operator interventions could take place through the glove ports. A rapid transfer port (RTP) was fitted to the tablet infeed to allow containing product loading
11/17/2017 5:25:36 PM
At Interpack 2017 Cremer and Deckert both showcased Cremer counters with camera inspection systems and automatic reject of individual capsules. Camera detection of broken, rogue or discoloured tablet or capsules is nothing new, however previously reject took place either manually or a container was rejected. To ensure the rejected tablet or capsule was rejected often more than 1 container was rejected. The new automatic broken tablet rejection systems presented at Interpack involved pneumatic suction systems that automatically removed the defective tablets or capsules from the infeed tracks. This new approach maximises yield while minimising downtime.
4/20/2011 11:25:33 AM
Servo controlled tablet counter line at Interpack with topserter and outserter.
8/3/2010 6:41:09 PM
Deckert have fitted a 6 lane counting module on a standard capping and labelling starwheel and created a monoblock counter, capper and labeller.
5/10/2010 8:48:43 AM
HPF have releaased their new EOK-FA6 colour inspection camera with LED illumination