Hapa at Achema – 22 to 26 August 2022, Frankfurt

Innovative solutions for the pharmaceutical industry

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Hapa will present innovative solutions for the pharmaceutical industry at Achema 2022. Photo Hapa

Hapa will take part in the Achema 2022 exhibition. The event, dedicated to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, will take place in Frankfurt from 22-26 August 2022. 

Hapa is all set to bring printing and inspection together in a single pre-validated package using a common workflow.  The exhibition will provide visitors a chance to explore the benefits of Hapa’s Web 4.0 5D, which brings digital-uplift-efficiency to printing artworks in CMYK, including the variable data and serialized codes. 

The Variable Data Printer is a fully digital piezo inkjet printing system, designed for the marking, coding and serialization of blister foils. Using modern, solvent-free UV-curing inks, it prints codes and variable data in one color on web materials including aluminum foil, paper, PVC and Tyvek. The system is easily integrated onto any continuous or intermittent motion packaging machine, making it ideally suited for use within a pharmaceutical environment.

The Hapa 382 Hybrid, the world’s industry standard for inline printing on blister lidding foils, updated for Smart Factory will also be showcased. The WebJet is a fully digital piezo inkjet printing system. Using modern, solvent-free UV-curing inks, it prints one color on web materials including aluminum foil, paper, PVC and Tyvek. The system is easily integrated onto any continuous or intermittent motion packaging machine, making it ideally suited for use within a pharmaceutical environment. Top-mounted, the WebJet can be installed on top of any packaging machine.

The innovations will be presented at Achema 2022 – Hall 3.0, Booth D73.

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