IN 1976 Industria Macchine Automatiche (IMA) introduced the C60 to the market, which was able to produce 300 blisters/minute, thanks to its completely new concept of monobloc and continuous-running film.
It was revolutionary, and successfully accepted by the pharmaceutical market, thus becoming a leader in production speed.
Even today, the production range of around 300 blisters a minute is the most accepted by pharmaceutical companies for producing small lots (no more than 10,000 packs). This entails frequent size changeover as well.
Beside the demand for small lot production, pharmaceutical companies have underlined the need for machines that are reliable, flexible, and designed for simple operation and cleaning.
Once again, IMA, represented in Australia by Selpak Automation , has reacted to this market demand by developing a new concept of technology, design, and solution -- the Giant l.
For a preview of this machine visit www.giantl.ima.it