Completion of value-added chain
By Thomas Mauritzen,
Bosch Packaging Technology
Are you looking for ways to increase the yield on your encapsulation machine? This is something everyone faces, from contract manufacturers to big pharma, small pharma, and nutraceutical companies alike. Bosch GKF’s are robust and reliable machines, which is why there are so many of them currently in production. With an older model encapsulator you inherently don’t have the latest and greatest features, but there are plenty of things you can do to keep your machine running at top efficiency. …More
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In 2011, Bosch has multiple anniversaries to celebrate: the company’s 125th anniversary, the 150th birthday of its founder, Robert Bosch, and — for the Packaging Technology division — 150 years of packaging history. The beginnings of the German packaging machine industry date back to 1861 when the Hesser company was founded, later taken over by Bosch. We are proud to present this time-line, detailing Bosch’s 150 years of roots in the packaging industry.
We have just posted on this blog a wide spectrum of updated information and data about our PreVAS family of aseptic single-use dosing systems.
It’s no secret that the GKF 1500 is a robust, tried and true capsule filling machine proven by continued use in our industry. The current model, the GKF 2500, has proven worthy to follow in these footsteps. With a new design comes an advantage – efficiency – not more-with-less but more-with-more. More speed with more bores running more cycles per minute. More user friendly set-up, more accessibility with a more GMP-minded design. More filling options, more flexibility, and more yield. …More
Bosch has a new solution for running sticky products on 12 and 16 bore capsule fillers: a tamping ring made of Nylatron®. …More