BOSCH Type KLD 1041 Leak Test Machine for Ampoules and Vials
Leak test machine for glass containers. Linear automatic machine for the inspection of ampoules, injection cylinders/cartridges and injection bottles/vials, which checks each container at four inspection points by means of high-voltage technology. The testing principle is based on the detection of the changing impedance of a container filled with an electrically conducting liquid.
The containers are examined for: hairline fissures and pinholes ; insufficient glass wall thickness/tip domes too thin ; capillary pores ; leaking fusion points, sealing points and ampoule neck tips ; absence of fill.
It is recommended to carry out the container leaktightness test directly after sterilization or fusing.
The unit is equipped with: conveyor system, infeed belt, 4 high-voltage inspection stations (1-2 check bodies and tip/seal, 3-4 check base and body), result display, transverse push discharge for rejected containers, outfeed for accepted containers. The unit treats only dry and externally clean packaging material. The infeed conveyor spaces the containers and turns them during their travel through the infeed helix into the horizontal position. Processing and output ranges are dependent upon individual containers, line integration etc. Characteristics: GMP-compliant machine design. Container rotation for inspection of the whole circumference. Easy operation. Cantilevered, vibration-free construction, panelling made of stainless steel. Drive elements incorporated into the machine housing and protected. Max. detection security due to 4 testing points adjustable independently of one another.
Inspection Machine Seidenader
Model: V 90-AVSB/60-LP
230 V - 50 Hz
Inspection Machine for Vials Strunk Bosch KVL B06
Inspection machine for size bottles: 100 - 250 - 500 and 1000 ml
Dimensions of the containers : ø 49 mm, 100 ml; ø 66 mm, 250 ml; ø 78 mm, 500 ml; ø 95 mm, 1000ml
The machine speed (maximum and nominal) depends on the format: 100ml (max) 83 pieces / min, 5000 pieces / hour; 100ml (nominal) 67 pieces / min, 4000 pieces / hour
250ml (max.) 83 pieces / min, 5000 pieces / hour; 250ml (nominal) 60 pieces / min, 3600 pieces / hour
500 ml (max.) 67 pieces / min, 4000 pieces / hour; 500ml (nominal) 50pcs / min, 3000pcs / hour
1000ml (max.) 33 pieces / min, 2000 pieces / hour; 1000ml (nominal) 20 pieces / min, 12000 pieces / hour
Weight: mechanical module: 2100 kg, each turntable: 280 kg
Dimensions for transport (WxDxH): 1700x3050x2110Hmm
Minimum height from the floor: 150 mm ± 25 mm
Noise <75dB (A)
Supply voltage: 400V ± 10% 50 / 60Hz3Ph
VISTA/THC IN-LINE INSPECTION SYSTEM FOR OXYGEN, PRESSURE AND HUMIDITY for the following vials
6 ml transparent vial
10 ml transparent vial
Transparent 20 ml ampoule
Transparent 25 ml ampoule
Transparent 50 ml ampoule
Transparent 100 ml vial
The vial inspection device is designed to automatically and synchronously feed individual vials to oxygen and pressure sensors for non-destructive inspection of the oxygen content and total pressure in the vial vapour space.
The vials are loaded onto a turntable and fed into the system by a continuously running conveyor that also acts as a dispensing conveyor. The incoming flow of vials is controlled and metered by two pneumatic barriers that open and close according to the length of the incoming queue. After the vials have been taken over by the inspection star wheel, they are passed through the pressure sensor and then through the oxygen sensor. The result of each measurement is temporarily stored in the PLC scrolling register until the decision to accept or reject the vial is made.
After inspection, the vials are released from the inspection starwheel to the exit conveyor or to one of the two rejection conveyors. The first rejection conveyor accepts vials that have not been inspected (not measured), while the second rejection conveyor accepts rejected vials based on measured values. The accepted vials are held in place by the vacuum in the inspection star wheel until they have passed the rejection belts. When the vial reaches the exit conveyor, it is released from the vacuum. If a vial is to be discarded, it is released from the vacuum into position above the correct rejection conveyor. The vial is then removed from the star wheel and transported to the rejection lane.
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