Month: June 2018

13 Jun 2018
INSPECTION BM B LG  770x494 - Inspection Systems - BM Series

Inspection Systems – BM Series

Convel’s BM Series Automatic Inspection System is used to detect particles and leaks in plastic bags. Other options include integrating a labeler or cosmetic controls.


The operator positions the bags over an infeed belt between the slots. A pneumatic arm automatically collects the containers one at a time and positions them between the turret pinces. The turret moves intermittently through the four stations, each one performing a different test. The first station uses the high voltage method to perform the leak test. Next, the second and third stations both inspect the bags for foreign matter. Then the final station labels the plastic bags. The rejected bags are automatically expelled, while the accepted bags continue on toward the outfeed belt.


Leak Test: Performs using high voltage (up to 35KV with frequency around 1000 Hz). Fast and efficient, which prevents product degradation and contamination

Leak test area: Surrounds the inlet gates and bottom welding

Foreign Matter Inspection: Each station is equipped with up to 4 cameras (color or B/W)

Detectable Particles: Fibers, dark particles and clear plastic particles

Special Features: A set of in-built connectors automatically checks electronics which performs the leak test and ozone evacuation, the Illumination system uses long life LED lights (in different colors), cGMP compliant, User friendly HMI with a 17” touchscreen and Windows PC with full audit trail functions and several levels of passwords

Additional Controls: Flip-off Inspection, Label Presence Inspection, OCR-OCV and Bar Code Inspection. Other options available upon request.

13 Jun 2018
NESTED FL RNFM B LG  770x494 - Nested Filling Lines - RNFM Series

Nested Filling Lines – RNFM Series

Our RNFM Series, Robotic Nested Filler are linear style fillers which process syringes, cartridges, and vials (nested) from 1ml to 30mm in diameter with production speeds up to 200 units/minute, with minimal format changes.


Tubs of nest empty glassware are positioned into the RNFM and the outer wrap and lid are automatically removed from the tub of the nested empty glassware. After lid removal the tube of empty syringes (cartridges or vials) will be placed automatically into the in-feed position of the filling and stoppering system. The system has two working platforms with a centering frame. A manipulator arm with vacuum gripper automatically takes the nest out of the tub and places it into one of the two nest indexing platforms. The platform moves the nest lengthwise and laterally into an exact position under the filling needles and stopper insertion tubes. Both the individual centering of each syringe in the frame, as well as the precisely controlled movement of the platform under the working stations ensure that any friction of tools against the syringes are avoided. While the filling and stoppering of the first nest is going on, another nest with empty syringes will be picked up by the vacuum gripper, and will be placed into the second nest indexing platform.



  • Conveyor belt to transfer the tubs from an optional de-liner system into the nest filling system
  • Vacuum gripper device to remove the nest from the tub and place it into the nest indexing platform
  • Two fully automatic nest indexing platforms, with alternating positions at filling/stoppering area and loading/unloading area, to move nest lengthwise and laterally into exact position under filling needles and stoppering vent tubes
  • Two three-point centering frames with centering plates adjusted to clamp 1 size of syringe in defined position in the nest, made of SST with PE guide for the centering plates, set up for one syringe format
  • One check station to verify if nest has been correctly inserted into centering frame
  • One servo controlled bottom up filling movement.
  • One servo-controlled filling station for rotary piston pumps including a main servo drive and central fill volume adjustment via format menu in the HMI
  • One set of dosing size parts (ANSI 316 stainless steel), including filling hoses and filling needles.
  • One glass buffer tank with min. and max level sensor and valve to connect to customer’s main product tank. (The buffer tank is located on the system next to the filling station and will ensure the same pressure level of product supply in relation to the filling nozzles and will therefore enable the filler to achieve a filling accuracy of greater than ± 0.5 % for fill volume > 1 ml)
  • One product manifold (ANSI 316 L) to connect to the pumps
  • One fully automatic vent tube/push rod type stoppering station with vibratory plunger stopper un-scrambler bowl with vibratory multi-lane feed track adjusted for one size of stopper/plug
  • Nest transfer system consisting of one conveyor open system for tub discharge up to wall inside the filling room and 1 roller conveyor (approx. 1 mtr. long) for tub collection outside filling room
  • Parts above open syringes and stoppers that could hamper the laminar flow are minimized
  • Dead zones for cleaning are eliminated; all surfaces exposed to the working area are well accessible for cleaning
  • Format parts are easy to dismantle and mount under aseptic conditions and the use of tools for format change over is avoided
  • Minimization of idle time between two nests by using two alternating centering platforms
  • Also consider our Robotic UV Sterilizing System for tub sterilization


13 Jun 2018
CIP SIP BC B LG  770x494 - CIP-SIP Systems - Mobile CIP-SIP Model

CIP-SIP Systems – Mobile CIP-SIP Model

Bram-cor’s CIP-SIP Systems are designed to fully meet cGMP requirements for cleaning and sterilizing practices commonly applied in pharmaceutical process tanks, lines and systems. Bram-Cor CIP/SIP systems are supplied as fixed stations or mobile skids with manual, semi-automatic or automatic control systems. Our CIP/SIP systems and be powered by electric heater, industrial steam, or combination units.



  • Contact time of solution
  • CIP supply temperature
  • CIP return temperature
  • Chemical conductivity (pH)for wash solutions
  • Final rinse resistivity (pH)for wash solutions
  • Supply pressure
  • Tanks levels


04 Jun 2018
EVENT PACK EXPO 1018 - 2018 PACK EXPO International

2018 PACK EXPO International

Attendees include corporate, general, plant and project managers; engineers; production supervisors; those involved in operations and quality control; purchasers; package designers, brand managers and marketers; and logistics and supply chain management professionals from all vertical industries. Exhibitors include 2,500+ leading suppliers of advanced packaging equipment, materials, containers, automation technologies and other supply chain solutions. New in 2018, the PACKage Printing Pavilion is bringing together suppliers of the latest digital packaging solutions.