Filling machines - Ampoule filling machines(8)

Ampoule filling machines are used to fill ampoules (open ampoules and/or closed ampoules). The ampoules are mainly used in the pharmaceutical sector. They generally contain injectable medicines which are packaged in a sterile and highly controlled environment. For this reason, very often we find before and after these ampoule filling machines, machines such as inspection machines, ampoules washing machines, autoclaves, sterilization tunnels, all machines used precisely to check and ensure before and after the integrity of the ampoules. Ampoule filling machines for"closed ampoule" work as follows: the ampoules are loaded on a tray and an endless screw carries them one at a time in a socket of the transport starwheel always present on all rotary filling machines. The first operation, being closed ampoules, is opening the ampoules. The opening of the ampoules takes place in two ways, by cutting the neck of the ampoule (usually this operation is done with the ampoule upside down to prevent fragments of glass from remaining inside the ampoule) or by a flame that will melt the tip of the ampoule. Once opened, the ampoules are filled by mean of the filling needles (which vary according to the type of product). Once the ampoules are filled, they move to the next closing station, where the neck of the ampoule is heated again until the glass "softens" and a pliers closes the ampoule and simultaneously tears off the excess part of the glass. As it cools down, the ampoules is closed definitively. In the case of open ampoules, of course the machine works in the same way but obviously is not equipped with the opening station.

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Used Bausch & Stroebel AFV 4015 ampoule filling machine

M1802836046
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Bausch & Stroebel
AFV 4015
1989
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Used Cioni A8FC ampoule filling machine

M1802835474
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Cioni
A8FC
2000
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Used Strunck AVR A03 ampoule filling machine

M1802818222
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Strunck
AVR A03
to be verified
on request
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Used Cioni S6 ampoule filling machine

M1802816847
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Cioni
S6
to be verified
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Used MARZOCCHI L14 ampoule filling machine

M1802527163
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MARZOCCHI
L14
1995
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Used Bausch & Stroebel AFV 2005 ampoule filling machine

M1702147367
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Bausch & Stroebel
AFV 2005
to be verified
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Used Bosch ALK 3040 ampoule filling machine

M1702137229
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Bosch
ALK 3040
1991
on request
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Used Bausch & Stroebel AVF 2005 ampoule filling machine

M1702105925
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Bausch & Stroebel
AVF 2005
1978
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Ampoule filling machines are used to fill ampoules (open ampoules and/or closed ampoules). The ampoules are mainly used in the pharmaceutical sector. They generally contain injectable medicines which are packaged in a sterile and highly controlled environment. For this reason, very often we find before and after these ampoule filling machines, machines such as inspection machines, ampoules washing machines, autoclaves, sterilization tunnels, all machines used precisely to check and ensure before and after the integrity of the ampoules. Ampoule filling machines for"closed ampoule" work as follows: the ampoules are loaded on a tray and an endless screw carries them one at a time in a socket of the transport starwheel always present on all rotary filling machines. The first operation, being closed ampoules, is opening the ampoules. The opening of the ampoules takes place in two ways, by cutting the neck of the ampoule (usually this operation is done with the ampoule upside down to prevent fragments of glass from remaining inside the ampoule) or by a flame that will melt the tip of the ampoule. Once opened, the ampoules are filled by mean of the filling needles (which vary according to the type of product). Once the ampoules are filled, they move to the next closing station, where the neck of the ampoule is heated again until the glass "softens" and a pliers closes the ampoule and simultaneously tears off the excess part of the glass. As it cools down, the ampoules is closed definitively. In the case of open ampoules, of course the machine works in the same way but obviously is not equipped with the opening station.