Flexibility is crucial

Multifunctional dosing and filling of a modular system

07-Apr-2017 - Germany

In order to meet a wide range of customer requirements with regard to the adaptation to packaging size, process safety and hygiene, ViscoTec will present its range of dispensers for demanding pharmaceutical, cosmetic and food applications at the Interpack exhibition in Düsseldorf.

Ordinary piston fillers quickly reach their limits, particularly when it comes to the dosing of difficult products. Decorating tasks in the food industry or mastering the hygienic filling of pharmaceutical fluids is a routine task for ViscoTec’s sophisticated endless-piston technology. A precise and pulsation-free product flow is guaranteed thanks to this pump technology. The product is guided extremely gently by the special rotor-stator geometry. The VPHD and VHD series of dosing pumps are perfectly suited for complex dosages (up to 0.2ml) in complex processes due to their small design and easy handling.

Picturesource: ViscoTec Pumpen- u. Dosiertechnik GmbH

A ViscoTec dispenser is decorating pralines.

This is also the case on our stand at this year's Interpack exhibition. The Austrian company VASMA Robotics is presenting a robotic modular system for various dispensing applications with ViscoTec pumps and dispensers. With the aid of Vision Systems (2D/3D) as well as different modular tools and systems (conveyor belts, pumps, dosing tools, etc.) customized solutions are realized. A live demonstration will show rapid tool changes in the dosing cell - different creams and sauces will be combined into a multi-layered dessert cup and these can be sampled by visitors of the trade fair.

ViscoTec systems are designed for complex decorating and filling applications. Simple operation and maintenance, along with high flexibility, makes the dosing systems suitable for a wide range of products. They are particularly suitable for free-flowing, paste-like and highly viscous products, and they can be used to control product variations and to reliably avoid contamination.

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