Jornen has recently launched a new high-speed full-servo blister line. The line incorporates the latest design concept, with sleek and stylish lines that resemble a high-speed train in motion. Its striking appearance has the potential to make it one of the most beautiful blister lines in the world.
This blister line integrates three types of packaging units: blister, pillow packs, and cartoning. If the customer doesn’t require pillow bags, the user-friendly human-machine interface allows the blister line to easily switch to blister and cartoning mode.
High-speed blister machines employ a platen forming and rotary sealing structure. The forming station is located below the feeding area to reduce the machine’s length. The upper and lower forming molds of traditional high-speed blister machines are typically designed so that the upper mold moves while the lower mold remains stationary. However, this design has some drawbacks. During operation, the forming film comes into contact with the lower mold, causing the temperature of the forming film to decrease. This leads to poor quality of the forming. The operator needs to set a higher forming temperature to compensate for the temperature loss, resulting in higher energy consumption. Furthermore, if the forming film is PET or PP, it will cause more significant thermal shrinkage, as the thermal shrinkage of PET and PP is much higher than that of PVC. Therefore, engineers always aim to set a lower forming temperature while ensuring the quality of the forming.
This line’s blister unit’s forming station works differently than traditional machines. The lower mold moves while the upper mold remains stationary, preventing the forming film from touching it before it’s closed. This guarantees that the forming film’s temperature isn’t reduced, and the machine requires lower forming temperatures and reduced energy consumption. This makes it more suitable for forming PET film and PP film.
This blister packaging unit has two separate stations for perforation and embossing. Each station can be adjusted independently, allowing for greater flexibility and accuracy. During format changeover, both stations can be quickly and easily configured to ensure the precise positioning of the perforation and embossing.
The blister line’s connection part uses a delta robot to synchronize the speed of the upstream and downstream production lines and accurately deliver packaged items.
The Delta robot is known for its exceptional flexibility in packaging. It can efficiently pack either one blister card per carton or multiple blister cards in a single carton, all controlled via the human-machine interface. Additionally, each station of every unit of the blister line uses independent servo drives, making the blister line highly adaptable and accommodating for modern multi-variety and minor batch production modes.
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