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MF40 Automated Punch and Die Polishing Machine

Pharmaceutical Technology
Volume 37, Issue 9, pp. 14
I Holland MF40 Punch and Die Polishing

I Holland has introduced the next generation to its range of MF polishers, the MF40 automated punch, and die polishing machine. The stainless-steel construction is highly durable and easy to clean, according to the company.  A 40 L media drum and increased capacity holders allow for up to17 B or 12 D punches per holder giving a maximum of 51 B or 36 D punches per polishing cycle.  The MF40 uses single-phase power and fits in the same compact 940 x 750 mm footprint as the MF35. The MF40 polishing machine was developed to be used as part of I Holland’s PharmaCare 7-Step Process, a professional maintenance and storage program.

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