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Thermoforming Machines

May 1, 2009

Doyen Medipharm, a leading global provider of converting and packaging machines exclusively for the medical and pharmaceutical industries, has introduced a new generation of thermoforming machines. Dedicated to the packaging of sterile medical products, the two machines, MT150 and MT250, will be officially launched into the worldwide medical device packaging market with a demonstration at the Doyen/J-PAC (booth 1428) at MD&M East in New York.

Doyen’s new thermoformer range is versatile, allowing for the efficient processing of flexible, semi-rigid and rigid films. There are a variety of possibilities for forming and sealing top and bottom webs, as well as multiple cutting options to choose from, facilitating the customization of the machines for individual customer requirements. Im_proved access to the tooling increases convenience and saves time at product changeover. Upstream and downstream production solutions and integration support and services will also be available.

Martin Beriswill, Doyen's vice president of engineering and product development, considers the new machines an important addition to Doyen’s portfolio. “The new thermoformers enable us to offer our customers a broader range of options for packaging medical devices. Many medical devices are not suited for effective 4SS packaging. With the MT, Doyen now provides packaging ma_chines for flat as well as three-dimensional products to the highest standard.”

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