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SASI-30

Cosmetic inspection stations provide container rotation for 360° inspection, checking for cracks, scratches and incrustation. Particulates detection using image subtraction eliminates static disturbance.



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HPI-30

The servo-equipped HPI-30 transports bright (unlabeled) prefilled syringes so inspectors can check the product for particles and syringes for damaged or missing components.



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Cosmetic inspection stations provide container rotation for 360° inspection, checking for cracks, scratches and incrustation. Particulates detection using image subtraction eliminates static disturbance.


Multiple images used for particle detection by individual camera stations and spinning profiles for different particle characteristics (floating, on surface, heavy particles). Additional camera stations allow for inspection cases such as geometric measurements and detection of discoloration.


Features
Static optical path – No movement of lights or cameras
Image subtraction method for particle inspection – Elimination of static disturbance
High detection rates at inspection speeds of up to 600 samples per minute
Automatic re-inspection of parameter driven defects to reduce false rejects
7 inspection stations using latest camera technology
Multiple camera stations and spinning profiles for different particle characteristics
Smooth and gentle product handling to reduce surface contact and bubble generation
Compact design with excellent accessibility
USB and Ethernet connections (data export, printer)
Complete validation documentation available
Separation of good product, sampling and reject groups
Recognition/verification of printing and coding (OCR/OCV)

The servo-equipped HPI-30-M transports bright (unlabeled) prefilled syringes so inspectors can check the product for particles and syringes for damaged or missing components.


Designed for a major maker of parenteral products, the compact, two-station unit moves prefilled syringes so two operators can each perform a manual inspection of 100% of the product. The equipment fits in a niche between tabletop hoods or floor-standing work stations and semiautomatic systems.


On the HPI-30-M machine, a gantry picks up a nest of syringes and places it on an indexing conveyor. The nest indexes forward so an Adept robot can lift out five syringes at a time and place them in a star wheel, needle-side up. Meanwhile, the empty tub is conveyed below the indexing conveyor so it can be reunited with the nest at the conclusion of the inspection process.


The HPI-30-M machine features controls from Beckhoff Automation and Halcon machine vision from MVTec.

ECI

Empty cassettes are inspected prior to filling for particulates and foreign matter to improve overall production efficiency.



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HSPVI

A new high speed vial automatic particle inspection has been developed at an astonishing 600+ vials/minute. All detected debris are highlighted in red by the vision system.



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Empty cassettes are inspected prior to filling for particulates and foreign matter to improve overall production efficiency.


Due to space constraints, the ECI was custom designed to fit small space requirements. These project challenges were overcome by using special illumination techniques and mirror placement.


For each well in a cassette, 6 images are aquired from different angle views to ensure that no foriegn matter has been left undetected. To achieve the inspection requirements for the production rate, a total of 34 images/sec are acquired and processed utilizing 4 cameras. Only one CPU is used to achieve this astonishing speed and functionality.

A new high speed vial automatic particle inspection has been developed at an astonishing 600+ vials/minute. All detected debris are highlighted in red by the vision system. New high speed material handling systems are currently being developed to sustain the inspection capabilites.


GENESIS

PiTech's recent contract work involved designing and developing a machine for ISO-5 clearance. This machine dispenses vials which are then filled with product, sealed, inspected, capped and then inspected again. Afterwards, the vials are loaded into the labeller which applies product information onto the vial. Inspection is performed to ensure label quality, afterwhich the final product is dispensed from the machine.



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MTS

PiTech's recent contract work involved designing and developing a machine for ISO-5 clearance. This machine dispenses vials which are then filled with product, sealed, inspected, capped and then inspected again. Afterwards, the vials are loaded into the labeller which applies product information onto the vial. Inspection is performed to ensure label quality, afterwhich the final product is dispensed from the machine.



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