Medical & Pharmaceutical Automated Assembly Equipment
We manufacture custom automation equipment for the medical/pharmaceutical industry. All equipment complies with the strict standards required for operation in control room environments. Specifications for tooling and material finishing are followed to meet and exceed the demands of medical device manufacturers.
High speed vibratory/centrifugal feeding, part handling, filling, and assembly machines deliver great output rates that range from 20 to 1300 ppm. All our machines are fabricated from high quality stainless steel, and we also provide clear polycarbonate panels as guards in our equipment to ensure clear visibility and easier cleaning for critical medical applications.
We have a standard set of machine chassis configured for most common medical as well as pharmaceutical assembly applications. Our machines meet all critical FDA requirements for medical products. On customer request, we can also add specific controls to the equipment for improved quality in assembly and testing of products.
From each and every machine our customers can expect longevity and reliability due to our use of mechanical and servo driven motions. Our skilled work force is all under one roof, allowing for the complete construction, and product accountability, within our shop. We use both conventional and state of the art CAD/CAM and wire EDM machines to fabricate the components.
|Applications||IV Bag Fitments|
Multiple Piece Assembly
|Types of Machines Available||Continuous Motion Multiple Piece Assembly Machines|
Continuous Motion Cap Closing Machine
Roller Die Liner Machines
Pick and Place Machines
Indexing Dial Multiple Piece Assembly Machines
Walking Beam Machines
Custom Designed Machines
|Machine Production Rate||From 20 to 1300 parts per minute|
|Safety Guarding Options||Guarding for pinch points and rotating sections|
Perimeter guarding with clear polycarbonate panels
Electrically interlocked guarding
|Standards Met||FDA Standards|
|Post Production Process||Passivation and Inspection|