Skincare bottles and caps

Celeste Industries was founded in 1946. In addition to manufacturing its own products, it has been engaged in contract packaging business for more than 15 years. In the past few years, the company has developed a business plan to accelerate business development. The plan focuses on pharmaceutical products and hygiene products. In May 2004, Celeste completed a major quality system plan. By complying with sections 210 and 211 of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's U.S. Federal Regulations (CFR), Celeste is now able to meet GMP performance standards for pharmaceutical product packaging.

Brushed vial
In order to meet the requirements of the new Act, Celeste recently installed a bottling line and a horizontal forming/filling/sealing machine. The bottling line is installed in a new 100,000 clean room to meet the highest sanitary conditions. During the PD Magazine visit, the bottling line was producing 0.3 ounces of skin care products, which contained a small brush in the bottle.

The square bottles were manually pushed onto the rotary table, and the bottles were placed on the conveyor belts one by one by the rotary table and the bottles were brought to the Capmatic Co., Ltd. integral monobloc filling and capping machine. For safety reasons, the filling and capping machine is installed in a dedicated enclosed space. The bottles were measured and transported to the machine's turntable. The bottles were brought first by the turntable to the two-station loading station. Each station was responsible for adding half of the product. Liquid cosmetics are injected into the bottle by positive displacement pumps through plastic tubes and stainless steel nozzles.

The next step is a brush insertion operation. The brush is dumped into a sorting funnel, which is reversed by the funnel and placed on the track and transported to the filling and capping machine. A funnel is used to align the brush with the middle of the cap and the chuck pushes the brush down into the cap. The lid is also dumped into a funnel. After the lid is properly oriented by the funnel, the lid is placed on the track into the closed chamber and added to the bottle. This is also done in two steps. The first console adds the lid to the bottle, pre-screws the lid, and then performs the next tightening operation on the second console. As the turntable continues to rotate, the bottles are continuously unloaded onto the conveyor belt and taken out of the clean room to the Capmatic Label Star pressure-sensitive labeler.

Labeling and coding
The Label Star labeler is a unique and clean single frame structure. The electrical part is in the frame of the machine and is designed solely for the requirements of the pharmaceutical industry. This machine can also apply circular labels to round bottles. When the PD visits, the labeler is labeling the front and back of the square bottles. The label roll is installed horizontally, and the roll reaches the label attachment point through the dancer roller. Here, the label is peeled off and added to the passing bottle. Inkjet printers manufactured by Markem Company print the lot number to the label. The used labels on both sides are rewinded onto the cardboard shaft. Combining stepper motor technology with a push-pull feed system, the new label roll can be pushed out while pulling off the used roll, which almost completely eliminates the tension of the backing paper. As the bottle passes through the labeler, the top straps hold the bottles firmly in place. This fixed belt and conveyor belt use the same motor, so it can be synchronized with the conveyor belt, so that the fixed belt and the conveyor belt have the same forward speed, thus eliminating the tilt phenomenon.

At the exit of the labeling machine, the foam tray made for the bottle comes out of the storage container and falls onto the conveyor belt. The labeled bottle is manually inserted into the foam tray. The pallets are then transferred to cartons produced by Adco Manufacturing. Here, the swivel arm uses vacuum suction cups to pick up the flat cartons from the inclined hoppers and place them on another conveyor belt that works in parallel with the conveyor belts carrying the trays and bottles. The swivel arm pushes the tray into the carton and then advances through the carton sealing station, where the carton is sprayed with hot melt and sealed.

After the date code was printed by a Markem ink jet printer, the carton was shipped to a baler manufactured by the Arpac group of companies. The six boxes were packed together with shrink film. After shrinking the tunnel, the box was manually loaded into a shipping box and taped to the bottom and top of the box using the Little David tape machine manufactured by ITW's Loveshaw Company. The shipping box was printed by a Marsh Patriot inkjet printer manufactured by Videojet Technologies and then manually stacked.

Insect Repellent Pouch Making Equipment Celeste Industries also installed a HMC horizontal molding/filling/seal machine. During the PD magazine visit, this machine is producing insect repellents. The machine has a pitch index of 8 inches and can handle a variety of pouches up to 6.75 inches wide. The insect repellent pouch is 3 inches wide, so this machine can run two pouches at a time. Here is the working procedure after the film is pulled through the machine:
â—† The roll of film is placed at the entrance of the machine. In order to control the tension, the film passes through a series of dancer rollers. Afterwards, the film is led upwards by a tractor to the metal dispenser, creating a crease at the bottom of the film. The film is then pulled through the machine by a set of servo-driven feed rollers.
â—† Vertical seals create seals between pouches; the top edge is maintained by a servo-controlled edge guide.
â—† Die-cut "bow hat" shape in the center of each pouch for suspension. Fragments are collected in plastic bags to be disposed of.
â—† Cut torn incisions on both sides of the pouch. After the pouches come out of the servo feed rolls, they are separated by two bags.
â—† The woven material used to hold the insect repellent is inserted into the pouch. Two parallel strips of material, given by the rollers, are pleated by two telescopic finger assemblies. The strips of material are then pulled onto the rollers behind the form-filler-sealing machine. They advance downward and are inserted one at a time. Two small bags. The material was cut by a horizontal knife and folded twice when it entered the pouch.
â—† The insect repellent is filled into the pouch by a positive displacement pump through a plastic tube, and two pouches are installed at a time.
â—† Seal the top of the pouch.
â—† Cut the pair of pouches with an online cam-driven slitter and place them on the finished conveyor. (Packaging Digest Author: technical editor Jack Mans)

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