Marchesini Group introduces three stand-alone machines to the American packaging market

Pack Expo Chicago, 14-17 October

Marchesini Group will be exhibiting the new MA 400 continuous motion horizontal cartoner, the TURBOMEK 150 vacuum turbo-emulsifier by DUMEK, the Group’s brand specialized in manufacturing of cosmetic processing machines, and the RE 202 rotary labeler at Pack Expo 2018

During Pack Expo Chicago, taking place from 14-17 October, the Marchesini Group will be exhibiting the new MA 400 continuous motion horizontal cartoner, the TURBO-MEK 150 vacuum turbo-emulsifier by DUMEK, the Group’s brand specialized in manufacturing of cosmetic processing machines, and the RE 202 rotary labeler.

The MA 400 continuous motion cartoner is an upgrade with better ergonomics, reliability and user-friendliness. The machine guarantees extremely fast changeover times and low maintenance. It is compact in size – without compromising the machine’s high-speed output and ease of use, thanks to a wide range of control functions that ensure maximum efficiency. A new operator interface called ‘Easy Door’ has several improvements from both a functional and aesthetic point of view. The new software makes the operating system more powerful and faster makes the MA 400 perfect for high-speed cartoning of all product types (blisters, bottles and vials, rigid and squeezable tubes, sachets and trays) for the pharmaceutical and cosmetic markets.

Vacuum turbo-emulsifier

The DUMEK TURBO-MEK 150 vacuum turbo-emulsifier is designed to process liquid and cream products for the cosmetic industry, in particular emulsions (cream/milk products), serums, oils and balms, gels and lotions. Special versions of these machines are able to process other products such as make up, suppositories, hair dyes, toothpastes, mud products and shaving creams.

Advanced rotary labeler

Untitled 1 3The RE 202 rotary labeler is a technically advance and user-friendly machine. It offers extraordinary ergonomics and straightforward machine management. Thanks to its accessible work area and container handling control, quick size change-over and extreme accuracy in label application is achievable. The machine’s execution allows for the installation of different track and trace/serialization systems. The design of the RE 202 offers versatility in processing not only bottles made of a variety of materials (glass, plastic and metal) but also of different shapes (cylindrical, truncated cone, oval). It is ideal to accommodate containers with shaped profiles and unconventional shapes common to the cosmetic industry. The machine can process up to 200 containers per minute.

At the stand of Marchesini’s co-exhibitor, SEA Vision (Stand W-686) – one of the leading Italian suppliers of vision and inspection systems used in Quality Control and Drug Counterfeiting – will be the BL A415 carton serialization unit. Thanks to the finest of “Made-in-Italy” engineering, these machines are the standard for customers looking not only for a reliable labeler for pharmaceutical vials and ampoules but also a machine for tracking and serializing them.

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