|Model ||Speed||Format Range|
|CF622||40-400 bpm , 35 to 45 discharges/min
||Tablet Length: 2 > 30 mm, Width: 2 > 20 mm, |
Containers < 200 mm high, < 125 mm wide
In the Pharmaceutical industry precision, reliability and speed are all key factors when we talk about machinery. In our tablet counting lines we integrated the Cremer tablet counter module that can guarantee an extraordinary 100% count accuracy.
Optionally, this machine can be fitted with our Broken Tablet Inspection System and Vacuum Tablet Transfer system. This tablet counter is able to accomodate tablets/capsules and bottles with different size and shape.
The tablet counter contains a single main frame with a variable number of counting modules enabling higher speed rate. There are 4 different frame designs which support up to 4, 6, 8 or 10 modules which enable the speed to go up to 240 bottles per minute. The servo controlled tablet / capsule channels enable easy control over the whole system through the HMI.
Uniquely we offer a Mono-block tablet counting line that includes bottle cleaning using air, counting station with integrated broken tablet inspection, checkweighing, capping, sealing and optionally re-torquing. Uniquely on the market we are able to offer an integrated labelling station for round bottles. All this at the speed of 50 bottles per minute with a footprint of less than 4 squaremetres which makes this machine extremely space and cost efficient.
- 100% count accuracy
- Broken tablet inspection
- Vibratory feed
- Improved cleaning and maintenance
- Servo controlled vibration
- Servo driven operation enabling easy control over HMI
- Optional dipping nozzles - no escaping tablets
- Automatic reject and sampling on the fly.
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.
7/29/2014 7:28:42 AM
This tablet counter can multi-task very well. She cleans the bottles, fills them with tablets, caps them and labels them. All the while she has her eyes open and is constantly inspecting the tablets for broken pieces and miscolouring...
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.