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Seidenader MS-40

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Listing description

Automatic camera inspection of ampoules and vials on particles and cosmetic defects (without leak detection), suitable for clear liquids, offline container infeed from cassettes, smooth container handling by vacuum transport, 60 individually servo driven stations in carousel, output max. 400 container/min according to container size, container dia 8,65-51,6 mm according to format parts, with format parts for ampoule1 ml (dia 10,75 mm, height 60 mm), ampoule 2 ml (dia 10,75 mm, height 72 mm), ampoule 3 ml (dia 14,75 mm, height 83 mm), ampoule 5 ml (dia 14,75 mm, height 83 mm), vial 2R (dia 16 mm), toolless format part change, max. 9 cameras possible, 8 cameras installed: 1 rough defects, 2 product colour, 3 side wall and filling level, 4+5 particles, 6+7+8 neck or TipCap, operating system Windows XP, menue language German and English, B+R PLC, 6 dedicated outfeed channels: bad, good 1, good 2, glas fault, colour fault, particle fault (metal), IQ/OQ-documentation available against extra costs, maintenance three- and half-monthly by machine fitter, machine can be visited in operation until beginning of December 2018 at enduser in Germany, runs only 9,500 working hours


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Listing information

Manufacturer Seidenader
Model MS-40
Year 2012
Country Germany Germany
Condition Good
Main category Process and Packaging
Subcategory Inspection Equipment
ID P81031078
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About the seller

Client type Machinery dealer
On Kitmondo since 2009
Number of listings 98
Country Germany Germany
Employees 11 - 50
Established 1978
Company description

Worldwide buying and selling of pre-owned machines for Pharma, Chemistry, Cosmetics.

Last activity March 10, 2020