Romaco Features Packaging and Processing Technologies
Published: September 23rd, 2013
Romaco Group is demonstrating technologies from Unipac, Promatic, and FrymaKoruma at PackExpo in Las Vegas.
The Romaco Unipac U 2060 automatic tube filler has an enclosed design that meets ergonomic requirements, featuring a compact structure and a footprint of less than one and a half square metres.
For filling semi-solids such as ointments, creams, gels and pastes in pharmaceutical and cosmetics applications, the unit has a maximum output of 60 tubes per minute and is intended for small to-medium sized batches.
Romaco is showing the Promatic P 91 intermittent motion cartoner at the MG America booth. Featuring cGMP compliant design and balcony structure, the Promatic cartoner is optimally accessible and simple to clean. Quick and reproducible format changes also mean less downtime. Servo-controlled systems like the patented carton pick-up with a positive opening system boost the productivity of the Promatic P 91 and improve the quality of the end product. The cartoner features a maximum output of 100 cartons a minute.
A wide range of product-specific feed units is available, enabling the cartoner to be optimally adapted to individual customer requirements. Driven by toothed belts and pulleys, this machine completely eliminates all chains and mechanical gears. The unit features dramatic reduction in noise, maintenance, and cleaning, the company said.
Toothed colloid mills in the FrymaKoruma MZ series are suitable for wet grinding foods as well as pharmaceutical, cosmetic and chemical applications. The milling system is perfect, for example, for producing soy milk, fruit juices, tablet coatings, make-up and agrochemicals, the company said.