Blister machines 132

Manufacturer:

All manufacturers

Location:

All locations

Country:

All countries

Year of manufacture:

Technical specification

in mm

in mm

in mm

in mm

in mm

Used PARTENA-CAM   Mod. M92  - Automatic Blistering Machine

PRICE ON REQUEST

Year: 2001

LOCATION: Italy

PRICE ON REQUEST


Moulding length: -
Forming depth:12 mm
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min:50
Used WINPACK   Mod. TR 130 - Blistering machine

PRICE ON REQUEST

Year: 2002

LOCATION: Italy

PRICE ON REQUEST


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min:80
Geaf SSI.70-80 High frequency welding machine for blister

PRICE ON REQUEST

Year: 2004

LOCATION: Spain

PRICE ON REQUEST


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min: -
IMA C80R Blister machine

€97,900

Year: 2006

LOCATION: Ireland

€97,900


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min: -
HAJEK Form – Fill – Seal automatic machine.

€43,400

Year: 1998

LOCATION: Bulgaria

€43,400


Moulding length:560 mm
Forming depth:70 mm
Maximum roll Ø:380 mm
Moulding width:700 mm
Max foil width:542 mm
Cycle/min:10
Illig HSP 35b Blister machine

PRICE ON REQUEST

Year: 2004

LOCATION: Czech Republic

PRICE ON REQUEST


Moulding length:300 mm
Forming depth:50 mm
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width:200 mm
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min: -
Blister IMA Rotovac-210 PLUS

€44,600

Year: 2010

LOCATION: Poland

€44,600


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min: -
PARTENA-CAM   Mod. M 80 - Blistering machine used

PRICE ON REQUEST

Year:

LOCATION: Italy

PRICE ON REQUEST


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min: -
Klockner EAS Blister Packing Machine

€36,000

Year: 1995

LOCATION: United Kingdom

€36,000


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min:90
AL.MA. Thermoform TF/440 Blister machine

PRICE ON REQUEST

Year: 2003

LOCATION: United Kingdom

PRICE ON REQUEST


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø:76 mm
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min: -
Matrelec 8KW Blister machine

€20,000

Year: 1998

LOCATION: France

€20,000


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min: -
MARCHESINI MB421 Blister machine

€49,500

Year: ~1999

LOCATION: France

€49,500


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min: -
Marchesini MB 430 blister machine for PVC/Alu blisters

PRICE ON REQUEST

Year: 2005

LOCATION: Germany

PRICE ON REQUEST


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min: -
IMA Precision Gears Ltd./Pharmapack 150 EX Blister machine

PRICE ON REQUEST

Year: 1998

LOCATION: Switzerland

PRICE ON REQUEST


Moulding length:105 mm
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min:150
Royal 80 Blister machine

€17,800

Year: 2016

LOCATION: Spain

€17,800


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min: -
Siebler 90/10 Blister machine

PRICE ON REQUEST

Year: 1988

LOCATION: France

PRICE ON REQUEST


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min:30
CAM M92 Blister packer

€36,200

Year:

LOCATION: United Kingdom

€36,200


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min: -
IMA  Mod. C90 - BLISTERING MACHINE

PRICE ON REQUEST

Year: 1992

LOCATION: Italy

PRICE ON REQUEST


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width: -
Cycle/min: -
Illig HSA 50C Blister machine

PRICE ON REQUEST

Year: 1998

LOCATION: United Kingdom

PRICE ON REQUEST


Moulding length:500 mm
Forming depth:50 mm
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width:300 mm
Max foil width:500 mm
Cycle/min:20
IMA Rotovac 210 plus Blister machine

€42,200

Year: 2002

LOCATION: Russia

€42,200


Moulding length: -
Forming depth: -
Maximum roll Ø: -
Moulding width: -
Max foil width:210 mm
Cycle/min: -
Blister machines belong to the Packaging category of used machines on Exapro. Blister packs (or blister machines) are used for packaging of pharmaceutical products, medicines, foods and small consumer goods. The main purpose of a blister machine is to form a cavity/pocket created with heat or pressure in order to protect goods from external factors. Blister packs prevent the influence of humidity and contamination on the products.

Packaging Process

There are 2 ways of packaging with blister machines. One is known as Thermoforming and another as Cold forming. What is the difference between the two?
  • Thermoforming. As the name suggests, this process involves heating the packaging material up. Usually, plastic film is taken from the reel and forwarded through a pre-heating station. At the station, the temperature is kept on a high enough level to soften the plastic and make it pliable. Already warm and soft plastic arrives in a forming station where it is further formed into blister cavity under high pressure. After this stage, plastic is cooled down again so that it remains in a specific shape after the end of packaging process.
  • Cold forming represents the opposite of thermoforming process. In case of cold forming, aluminium-based film is pressed into the desired shape with a stamp. So to form the cavity, pressure is applied to the laminate film, while aluminium allows to maintain the shape that has been formed. Blister packs made with cold forming provide almost perfect protection of good against oxygen or water which allows to extend the expiry date of the product. However, the speed production is lower as opposed to thermoforming.

Materials Used

What kind of materials are used for blister packaging? As mentioned above, it's mainly plastic or aluminium foil. Plastic or PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is most commonly used for thermoforming. The main advantage of this material is its low cost and the fact that it can be shaped easily. Cold form foil, on the other hand, is made of laminate containing 3 layers: PVC, aluminium, polyamide. So technically, it's not simply aluminium foil. The inside of the blister pack is made of PVC, the outside - of aluminium and polyamide.

Area of Use

Blister packs are used for packaging of medication, but also small consumer goods, such as toys or hardware. In pharmaceutical industry, blister machines are practically irreplaceable. Anyone who has been in the pharmacy shop at least once, has come in contact with pills or capsules packed in blister foil. Blister packs are so popular in the pharmaceutical world because unit-dose packaging assures packaging integrity of each pill allowing to extend medication shelf-life.

When it comes to consumer goods, electrical items, hardware or even kids toys can be packed with blister machines. A product will be safely positioned between cardboard and a plastic pocket formed with a blister machine. The biggest advantage of blister packaging consumer goods is the fact that the customer can clearly see the product through transparent plastic. At the same time, packaging is rigid enough to prevent any damage.

Strong Points

What are the biggest benefits of blister packaging? First of all, it is a cost effective way of packaging the product allowing clients to inspect it through transparent plastic at the same time. Blister pack provides a clear product display and plenty of advertising space at the back of the package at the same time.

Related Subcategories

  • Thermoforming - Form, Fill and Seal, FFS lines
  • Shrink wrap machines / Sealers

Main Manufacturers

  • Marchesini
  • Klockner
  • Ima
  • Uhlman
Blister machines belong to the Packaging category of used machines on Exapro. Blister packs (or blister machines) are used for packaging of pharmaceutical products, medicines, foods and small consumer goods. The main purpose of a blister machine is to form a cavity/pocket created with heat or pressure in order to protect goods from external factors. Blister packs prevent the influence of humidity and contamination on the products.

Packaging Process

There are 2 ways of packaging with blister machines. One is known as Thermoforming and another as Cold forming. What is the difference between the two?
  • Thermoforming. As the name suggests, this process involves heating the packaging material up. Usually, plastic film is taken from the reel and forwarded through a pre-heating station. At the station, the temperature is kept on a high enough level to soften the plastic and make it pliable. Already warm and soft plastic arrives in a forming station where it is further formed into blister cavity under high pressure. After this stage, plastic is cooled down again so that it remains in a specific shape after the end of packaging process.
  • Cold forming represents the opposite of thermoforming process. In case of cold forming, aluminium-based film is pressed into the desired shape with a stamp. So to form the cavity, pressure is applied to the laminate film, while aluminium allows to maintain the shape that has been formed. Blister packs made with cold forming provide almost perfect protection of good against oxygen or water which allows to extend the expiry date of the product. However, the speed production is lower as opposed to thermoforming.

Materials Used

What kind of materials are used for blister packaging? As mentioned above, it's mainly plastic or aluminium foil. Plastic or PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is most commonly used for thermoforming. The main advantage of this material is its low cost and the fact that it can be shaped easily. Cold form foil, on the other hand, is made of laminate containing 3 layers: PVC, aluminium, polyamide. So technically, it's not simply aluminium foil. The inside of the blister pack is made of PVC, the outside - of aluminium and polyamide.

Area of Use

Blister packs are used for packaging of medication, but also small consumer goods, such as toys or hardware. In pharmaceutical industry, blister machines are practically irreplaceable. Anyone who has been in the pharmacy shop at least once, has come in contact with pills or capsules packed in blister foil. Blister packs are so popular in the pharmaceutical world because unit-dose packaging assures packaging integrity of each pill allowing to extend medication shelf-life.

When it comes to consumer goods, electrical items, hardware or even kids toys can be packed with blister machines. A product will be safely positioned between cardboard and a plastic pocket formed with a blister machine. The biggest advantage of blister packaging consumer goods is the fact that the customer can clearly see the product through transparent plastic. At the same time, packaging is rigid enough to prevent any damage.

Strong Points

What are the biggest benefits of blister packaging? First of all, it is a cost effective way of packaging the product allowing clients to inspect it through transparent plastic at the same time. Blister pack provides a clear product display and plenty of advertising space at the back of the package at the same time.

Related Subcategories

  • Thermoforming - Form, Fill and Seal, FFS lines
  • Shrink wrap machines / Sealers

Main Manufacturers

  • Marchesini
  • Klockner
  • Ima
  • Uhlman
Blister machines belong to the Packaging category of used machines on Exapro. Blister packs (or blister machines) are used for packaging of pharmaceutical products, medicines, foods and small consumer goods. The main purpose of a blister machine is to form a cavity/pocket created with heat or pressure in order to protect goods from external factors. Blister packs prevent the influence of humidity and contamination on the products.

Packaging Process

There are 2 ways of packaging with blister machines. One is known as Thermoforming and another as Cold forming. What is the difference between the two?
  • Thermoforming. As the name suggests, this process involves heating the packaging material up. Usually, plastic film is taken from the reel and forwarded through a pre-heating station. At the station, the temperature is kept on a high enough level to soften the plastic and make it pliable. Already warm and soft plastic arrives in a forming station where it is further formed into blister cavity under high pressure. After this stage, plastic is cooled down again so that it remains in a specific shape after the end of packaging process.
  • Cold forming represents the opposite of thermoforming process. In case of cold forming, aluminium-based film is pressed into the desired shape with a stamp. So to form the cavity, pressure is applied to the laminate film, while aluminium allows to maintain the shape that has been formed. Blister packs made with cold forming provide almost perfect protection of good against oxygen or water which allows to extend the expiry date of the product. However, the speed production is lower as opposed to thermoforming.

Materials Used

What kind of materials are used for blister packaging? As mentioned above, it's mainly plastic or aluminium foil. Plastic or PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is most commonly used for thermoforming. The main advantage of this material is its low cost and the fact that it can be shaped easily. Cold form foil, on the other hand, is made of laminate containing 3 layers: PVC, aluminium, polyamide. So technically, it's not simply aluminium foil. The inside of the blister pack is made of PVC, the outside - of aluminium and polyamide.

Area of Use

Blister packs are used for packaging of medication, but also small consumer goods, such as toys or hardware. In pharmaceutical industry, blister machines are practically irreplaceable. Anyone who has been in the pharmacy shop at least once, has come in contact with pills or capsules packed in blister foil. Blister packs are so popular in the pharmaceutical world because unit-dose packaging assures packaging integrity of each pill allowing to extend medication shelf-life.

When it comes to consumer goods, electrical items, hardware or even kids toys can be packed with blister machines. A product will be safely positioned between cardboard and a plastic pocket formed with a blister machine. The biggest advantage of blister packaging consumer goods is the fact that the customer can clearly see the product through transparent plastic. At the same time, packaging is rigid enough to prevent any damage.

Strong Points

What are the biggest benefits of blister packaging? First of all, it is a cost effective way of packaging the product allowing clients to inspect it through transparent plastic at the same time. Blister pack provides a clear product display and plenty of advertising space at the back of the package at the same time.

Related Subcategories

  • Thermoforming - Form, Fill and Seal, FFS lines
  • Shrink wrap machines / Sealers

Main Manufacturers

  • Marchesini
  • Klockner
  • Ima
  • Uhlman

Don't miss your next machine!


Enter your email address to receive monthly updates when the best machine deals enter the market.

  • Selected offers for your market
  • Machines from factories and auction sales
  • 100% free

No spam - Unsubscribe anytime