Unity 600 functions as a monobloc transfer system, which is designed for blister formats arranged crosswise to the running direction. The machine boasts of a maximum output of 600 blisters and 400 cartons per minute.
The modular system concept of the packaging line consists of a blister machine with rotary sealing and a continuous motion cartoner. “If required, Unity 600 can be combined with different cartoners, track and trace systems and final packaging solutions from Romaco,” said a company press note shared with WhatPackaging?.
Romaco claims that the packaging line has a small footprint and can also be delivered in a carbon-neutral version. According to the company, the machine facilitates reproducible parameters with its easy to operate settings that speed up the packaging and product change over time.
In addition, the machine is equipped with a RFID-assisted user identification. The maintenance and calibration planning for the blister packaging line is provided through a service display in the Human Machine Interface, which automatically reminds the next recommended inspection.
The kit has already been installed at Pharmatechnik, a Germany-based technology solution provider for the healthcare industry.