BFS - Blow Fill & Seal machines(5)

BFS (Blow Fill & Seal) technology is mainly used in the pharmaceutical sector and consists of producing plastic containers and filling them with a liquid product. It is a primary packaging and is generally carried out in a sterile environment. The products are generally ophthalmic drops, injectable solutions, solutions for dialysis or even drainage solutions; products that must therefore be free of any contaminating particle. The process takes place as follows: the pharmaceutical plastic resin is extruded vertically to form a tube. The extruded tube is then inserted into a mould, blown to give it the desired shape, then filled and welded to close it. The mould generally contains several cavities.

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Used Rommelag 3012 Blow Fill & Seal machine

M1802498787
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Excellent
Rommelag
3012
1991
on request
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Used Rommelag 321M Blow Fill & Seal machine

M1702148736
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Good
Rommelag
321M
1990
on request
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Used Rommelag 321 Blow Fill & Seal machine

M1702148438
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Excellent
Rommelag
321
to be verified
on request
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Used Rommelag 305 Blow Fill & Seal machine

M1702088306
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Good
Rommelag
305
1993
on request
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Used Rommelag 305 Blow Fill & Seal machine

M1702088127
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Good
Rommelag
305
1994
on request
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BFS (Blow Fill & Seal) technology is mainly used in the pharmaceutical sector and consists of producing plastic containers and filling them with a liquid product. It is a primary packaging and is generally carried out in a sterile environment. The products are generally ophthalmic drops, injectable solutions, solutions for dialysis or even drainage solutions; products that must therefore be free of any contaminating particle. The process takes place as follows: the pharmaceutical plastic resin is extruded vertically to form a tube. The extruded tube is then inserted into a mould, blown to give it the desired shape, then filled and welded to close it. The mould generally contains several cavities.