Blister packaging machine, is a device used in the pharmaceutical and food industries to package products such as tablets, capsules, and candies. It aims to form a plastic blister or cavity to contain the product and then seal it with a layer of aluminum foil.
The aluminum-plastic packaging machine typically consists of a feeding system, heating and forming station, filling station, sealing station, and cutting station. The feeding system delivers the plastic film and aluminum foil to the machine, while the heating and forming station heats and forms the plastic to create the blister cavity. The filling station places the product into the cavity, and the sealing station applies the aluminum foil to seal the product. Finally, the cutting station separates the finished package from the remaining materials.
Some aluminum-plastic packaging machines are designed for high-speed production and can handle large quantities of products. These machines can be fully automated, allowing for continuous production with minimal human intervention. Other machines are designed for small-scale production and are more suitable for use in small to medium-sized businesses.
In addition to pharmaceutical and food products, aluminum-plastic packaging machines can also be used for packaging cosmetics, electronics, and consumer goods. They provide a reliable and cost-effective way to package products and protect them from damage, moisture, and contamination.