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32H October 2017 Tablets & Capsules Capsule filler FEC40 capsule filler produces as many as 400,000 capsules per hour, almost twice the output of conventional capsule fillers. Higher output stems from combining process steps and creating room for sec- ond filling station, reducing production costs by as much as 30 percent. Available configurations include two tamping sta- tions and many as four pellet stations. Changing dosing methods and products is fast, and you can dismantle and clean stations away from machine to shorten maintenance and changeover times. Optional pre-fitted filling stations make changeover even faster, and optional RFID tags on format parts ensure safety. Unit's database stores formulations and process parameters and automatically examines formulation entries for consis- tency. Capsule filler connects to com- pany's remote service portal for round- the-clock support. Fette, Rockaway, NJ. Tel. 973 586 8722 www.fette-compacting-america.com Capsule fillers, parts, and tooling Company manufactures high-speed, tamping-style capsule fillers. Its K120i auto- matic, intermittent-motion capsule filler (photo) produces as many as 120,000 cap- sules per hour. Geneva drives and tamping system handle sticky and abrasive prod- ucts at high speeds and ensure consistent weights. Optional high-lubricity coated tooling and internally lubricated plastic contact parts help encapsulate sticky prod- ucts. Company also offers re-manufactured capsule fillers, capsule polishers, spare parts, tooling, and service. Index Encapsulation Equipment, Warrington, PA. Tel. 267 387 3000 www.indexencap.com

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