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Asia Debut for Money-Saving Pharma-Packaging Machines from Ireland
Date:6/30/2009

ha will also be introducing Press-Out Manual Wide -- a small, portable, manual de-blistering machine that is suitable for in-line and diagonal push-through blister packs. It does not have any tooling to change over and only takes about 3 minutes to set up for a new blister pack. It can de-blister up to 20 packs per minute and is operated manually by a handle.

Background Information about Sepha Ltd:
Sepha is a specialist manufacturer of non-destructive inspection equipment for inspecting the seal integrity of pharmaceutical and medical device blister packs. Sepha also designs and manufactures a range of deblistering equipment for product recovery from pharmaceutical blisters and lab-scale blister packing machines for clinical trial use. For further information see www.sepha.com

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