At Kitmondo, we proudly present a wide array of used blister machines, which are pivotal for effective and secure packaging in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and consumer goods industries. These machines are perfect for creating sealed packages for tablets, capsules, ampoules, and various small items, offering superior protection and clear visibility.

Our selection of blister machines ranges from €10,000 for basic models to €120,000 for high-capacity, advanced units from top brands like Uhlmann, IMA, Bosch, and Klockner. Each machine comes with distinct features, such as forming and sealing capabilities, production speed, maximum blister size, and automation level, tailored to meet diverse production needs.

When choosing a blister machine, it's essential to consider material compatibility (PVC, PVDC, Alu-Alu), sealing integrity, and the ease of switching between different formats. These factors are critical for ensuring product safety, optimizing production efficiency, and meeting various packaging requirements.

Investing in our used blister machines not only allows you to acquire top-notch equipment at a fraction of the cost but also supports sustainable practices by extending the life of durable machinery. With Kitmondo’s commitment to excellent customer service, you can find the ideal blister machine to elevate your packaging operations.

Visit Kitmondo’s listings today to find dependable blister machines that offer outstanding performance and value for all your packaging needs.


Horn + Noack DPN 760 blister machine (used)

Year: 2000

Moulding length 156 mm
Forming depth 24 mm
Cycle/min 40
Moulding width 138 mm
Max foil width 165 mm
Total power requirement 13 kW

IMA MOD. C90 - A91 - Blistering cartoning line used

Year: 1998

Moulding length 127 mm
Moulding width 85 mm

BOSCH Mod. TLT 1400 – CUK 3040 - Blister Packaging line used

Year: 1997

Moulding length 210 mm
Forming depth 180 mm
Cycle/min 400
Moulding width 155 mm
Max foil width 145 mm

Uhlmann UPS 300 Blister machine

Year: 2001

Moulding length 400 mm
Forming depth 10 mm
Cycle/min 60
Moulding width 170 mm
Max foil width 156 mm
Total power requirement 6 kW

Uhlmann UPS 1020 Blister machine

Year: 1996

Moulding length 110 mm
Forming depth 12 mm
Cycle/min 300
Moulding width 180 mm
Max foil width 200 mm
Total power requirement 13 kW

Uhlmann UPS4 ETX Blister machine

Year: 2001

Moulding length 140 mm
Forming depth 35 mm
Moulding width 39 mm
Max foil width 298 mm

Famar Mod. AP - Blistering machine

Year: 1993

Moulding length 135 mm
Forming depth 35 mm
Cycle/min 60
Moulding width 148 mm
Max foil width 230 mm
Total power requirement 9 kW

Used Uhlmann UPS300 Blister machine

Year: 2001

Moulding length 110 mm
Forming depth 10 mm
Cycle/min 50
Moulding width 150 mm
Max foil width 170 mm
Total power requirement 8 kW

BOSCH Mod. TLT 1400 - Blister Machine used

Year:

Moulding length 180 mm
Forming depth 151 mm
Cycle/min 400
Moulding width 145 mm
Max foil width 155 mm

Blister packaging line NOACK / Romaco Hot deal

Year: 1995

Moulding length 150 mm
Forming depth 60 mm
Moulding width 100 mm
Total power requirement 8 kW

IMA P.O.D. Blister machine

Year: 2011

Moulding length 95 mm
Cycle/min 120
Moulding width 100 mm

MARCHESINI MB 430 - Robotized blistering thermoformer used

Year: 2008

Moulding length 210 mm
Forming depth 9.5 mm
Cycle/min 300
Moulding width 150 mm
Max foil width  mm
Total power requirement 3 kW

Marchesini MB420 Blister machine

Year: 1997

Forming depth 12 mm
Total power requirement 12 kW
Cycle/min 60

IMA TR-100 Blister machine

Year: 2000

Moulding length 190 mm
Cycle/min 60
Moulding width 130 mm

Marchesini MB 440 / BA 400 Blister machine

Year: 1989

Forming depth 12 mm
Cycle/min 55
Max foil width 280 mm

Empak PRS1 Blister machine

Year: 1999

Moulding length 130 mm
Forming depth 12 mm
Cycle/min 80
Moulding width 130 mm
Max foil width 120 mm

IMA C60 blister boxing machine

Year: 1993

Forming depth 12 mm
Cycle/min 120

SEPHASCAN MOD. BLISTERSCAN - Leak detector for blisters used

Year: 2006

DESCRIPTION: The BlisterScan is a leak tester for non-destructive testing. Test each blister cavity and identify which individual cavities have leaks or weak seals. It is intended for use in laboratory and production environments. SECTORS OF USE: Pharmaceutical, chemical, cosmetics, food, dietary, medical devices, manufacturing. MAIN FEATURES: A measurement of the deflection of the aluminum foil covering each cavity of …

CAM M92X Blister machine

Year: 2002

Moulding width 170 mm
Max foil width 286 mm
Forming depth 12 mm
Cycle/min 45


Blister Sealer Machines on Kitmondo

Blister sealer machines are integral to the Packaging category of used machinery on Kitmondo. These machines are essential for creating blister packs, commonly used for packaging pharmaceutical products, medicines, foods, and small consumer goods. The primary function of a blister sealer machine is to form a cavity or pocket using heat or pressure, ensuring the protection of goods from external factors like humidity and contamination.

Packaging Process: Blister machines use two main packaging methods: Thermoforming and Cold Forming. Here’s how they differ:

Thermoforming: This process involves heating the packaging material, typically plastic film, which is taken from a reel and passed through a pre-heating station. The high temperature softens the plastic, making it pliable. The softened plastic then moves to a forming station, where high pressure shapes it into a blister cavity. The plastic is subsequently cooled to maintain its shape, completing the packaging process.

Cold Forming: Contrary to thermoforming, cold forming uses pressure instead of heat. An aluminum-based film is pressed into the desired shape with a stamp. The laminate film is shaped under pressure, with aluminum maintaining the formed shape. Cold-formed blister packs offer excellent protection against oxygen and water, extending the product's shelf life. However, this method is slower compared to thermoforming.

Materials Used: Blister packaging primarily utilizes plastic or aluminum foil. For thermoforming, PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is commonly used due to its low cost and ease of shaping. Cold form foil, however, consists of a laminate with three layers: PVC, aluminum, and polyamide, offering robust protection.

Areas of Use: Blister packs are versatile, used for packaging medication and small consumer goods like toys and hardware. In the pharmaceutical industry, blister machines are indispensable, providing unit-dose packaging that ensures the integrity and extended shelf-life of medications. For consumer goods, blister packs secure products between cardboard and a plastic pocket, offering visibility through transparent plastic while preventing damage.

Strong Points: Blister packaging is cost-effective and allows for clear product display. It provides ample advertising space on the back of the package and ensures customers can inspect the product through the transparent plastic.

Related Subcategories:

  • Thermoforming - Form, Fill, and Seal (FFS) lines
  • Shrink Wrap Machines / Sealers

Main Manufacturers:

  • Marchesini
  • Klockner
  • IMA
  • Uhlmann

Explore our selection of used blister sealer machines on Kitmondo, where you can find high-quality equipment from leading manufacturers to enhance your packaging processes.