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Deblistering Machine Designed for Short Runs



The Press Out Universal Mini from Sepha is a low volume, bench top automated deblistering machine designed specifically for recovering short runs of fragile product from all types of blister packs including child-resistant, senior-friendly, paper-backed, and alu/alu packs. It can deblister at a speed of up to 15 packs per minute.

The Press Out Universal Mini uses a low-cost tooling that is easy to change over and prevents product damage and contamination. It is designed specifically for short production runs and multiple product changeovers. The machine is constructed of stainless steel and designed to cGMP standards for easy cleaning.

Source: Sepha

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