Liquid Dosage

Front Fill Adjust — Increase your efficiency by reducing product loss

The new front fill adjust for our large 8 pump fillers has proven beneficial for customers that have installed it. The individual fine fill adjust settings are now actuated via a single 180 degree tool from the front of the machine rather than the rear. Range of fine adjustment is estimated at+/- 5% of the fill volume vs. approximately +/- 2% for the existing design. …more



Preventive Maintenance Solutions Overview

Preventive Maintenance Solutions Overview
Anybody familiar with a fast-paced industrial production environment knows that preventive maintenance is a key component of achieving a high Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE). By taking machines out of production for a short time in regular intervals, wear parts can be replaced and necessary adjustments made. This in turn prevents unplanned downtime, which can be very disruptive in an integrated packaging line, and potentially much harder to repair. …more


Bosch Releases Standard Pricing on the FLT Vial Filling System, Discounts Stock Machine

FLT Filler

Save $93,475 on currently-in-stock model
Save big on this in-stock FLT vial filling system. The FLT is a low speed vial filling, stoppering and capping machine with 100% checkweigh. This machine is ideal for lower volume production, or R&D vial filling applications. The simplified set-up, minimal size parts and mobile platform make it an extremely versatile and easy to operate machine. …more


Eisai Machinery Becomes Bosch

> Eisai Machinery Co., Ltd merges in Japan with Bosch Packaging Technology K.K.
> Change of company names in Germany, China and North America
> Reinforcing position of Packaging Technology in Japanese market

As of January 1, 2013, the Eisai Machinery companies in Germany, China and North America were renamed to Bosch Inspection Technology. At the same time, Bosch Packaging Technology K.K. in Japan and its Japanese subsidiary Eisai Machinery Co., Ltd. completed their merger into Bosch Packaging Technology K.K. With this move, Bosch Packaging Technology, one of the leading suppliers of processing and packaging technology, has completed the next step in the integration process of its subsidiary Eisai Machinery into the worldwide Bosch network. Inspection technology is used in the area of liquid pharmaceuticals, for instance with ampoules, pre-filled syringes or vials, as well as in the production of solid pharmaceuticals such as tablets. The name Eisai Machinery remains unchanged for the present as product brand of Bosch Packaging Technology. …more




Secondary packaging puts pharma protection first

ECO Save Pack

Bosch Packaging Technology and German folding cartons manufacturer August Faller have developed an innovative packaging style completely based on carton board. The goal was to offer the pharmaceutical industry a sustainable secondary packaging system with the flexibility of handling various products and at the same time providing improved safety. …more


Video: FLT Vial Filler Product Update

FLT Filler

Following the continued success of the FLT Vial Filler, Stopper, and Capper machine, Bosch has made improvements based on customer feedback and newly available technology.

Machine Description:
The FLT is a mobile vial filling platform designed specifically to meet the needs of R&D and lower volume production. The FLT has been  designed to be highly adaptable with minimal size parts. This combined with an easy-to-use design gives it the versatility to be able to be used in several different configurations and projects with minimal effort. …more


RFID Secure Access

Easy, quick, keyless and secure HMI access
Bosch has developed a solution to allow quick and secure access to your HMI system without the hassle of having to manually log in. A Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) transceiver is used to exchange data with a data carrier (TAG). The transceiver communicates directly to a programmable gateway to allow for reading and writing operations to the RFID tag(s) with encrypted data so that the tags cannot be decoded by other RFID systems. The gateway is typically mounted inside of the HMI enclosure and connected to the system by way of Ethernet cable. …more


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