At the forthcoming edition of Achema, the IMA Group will exhibit, in a stand of more than 1,100 square meters (Hall 3 Stand F49), many new incoming solutions for the processing and packaging of pharmaceutical products.
The high precision technology of IMA’s machines and complete lines will also be revealed in the tiniest detail through cutting-edge solutions such as jumbo screen videowalls. Besides the novelties presented by IMA Active and IMA Life divisions, a few blister solutions for pharmaceuticals by IMA Safe will also be presented, at any level of protection and made completely in house.
– Giant, machine for packaging capsules and compresses in blisters, preview at Achema 2015 of the new “Containment Version”.
– Swiftpack SP2-4, multichannel electronic counter for tablets and capsules, designed with the experience gained after supplying more than 100 SwiftPharms throughout the world. Along with a smaller footprint and increased output, this new counter has an integrated conveyor controlled from a single HMI. Quick changeover components and the tabletop design, further improve the machine’s ease of cleanability. The machine on show at Achema will also be equipped with the advanced counting technology E.F.S. (Foto 1)
– C80HS-A76 (700 blister/minute e 250 astucci/minute), the last model of the integrated blister line designed especially for the production of medium batches and frequent size changeovers. Based on the success of the well-known blister lines manufactured by IMA Safe, the C80HS has the flexibility to be connected also with the A86 cartoner able to reach 350 cartons/minute and the A96 cartoner able to run up to 500 cartons/minute. C80HS features a positive blister transport and an innovative blister cutting system. (Foto 2)
IMA IN BRIEF Established in 1961, IMA is world leader in the design and manufacture of automatic machines for the processing and packaging of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, food, tea and coffee. Its position of leadership is the result of significant investments in R&D and a regular and constructive dialogue with the end-users in its sectors.