High-output ASEP-TECH® Blow/Fill/Seal Machine for Large Volume Parenteral Applications to be Unveiled at Achema in Frankfurt Later this Month

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The new high output design from Weiler Engineering, Inc. is targeted specifically for users that require flexibility with both container size and product formulation. The machine will be operating on the show floor, producing 250mL containers from low density polyethylene resin.

ASEP-TECH® Model 640 Blow/Fill/Seal machine

The high-output Asep-Tech® Model 640 Blow/Fill/Seal machine from Weiler Engineering, Inc. has the flexibility to produce sterile, liquid filled, tamper-evident containers ranging in size from 0.5mL up to 1000mL.

The versatile Model 640 features a two-piece stepped base design for easy maintenance and convenient product discharge. The Model 640 comes complete with an integral product buffer tank designed to meet tight fill tolerances and all digital controls.

The Weiler design incorporates the three-step process of blow molding, aseptic filling, and hermetic sealing of liquid products in one sequential operation on a compact machine frame.

Weiler’s patented electronically controlled fill system, automatic sterilization system with integral data collection, and filter integrity test system are provided as standard equipment for each machine configuration. Each machine is also equipped with a HEPA air shower to ensure a Class 100 environment under dynamic conditions in the nozzle shroud area. Optional parison shrouding is available to ensure a Class 10,000 environment under dynamic conditions in the extrusion zone and the critical transport area.

The corporate focus of Weiler Engineering, Inc. is to provide the most advanced aseptic liquid processing technology available through the application of customized ASEP-TECH® Blow/Fill/Seal machinery and integrated services. Weiler’s manufacturing facilities and corporate offices are conveniently located near Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. ASEP-TECH® Blow/Fill/Seal machines are designed and built in a 140,000 ft², state-of-the-art manufacturing plant. All equipment is designed and manufactured in the USA.

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