Manufacture of plastic ampoules, pouring and labeling them
From the coil holder, the film enters the arc-shaped folding device, where it is folded in half into a vertical plane.
Here, a horizontal notch is placed on the spout of the future ampoule, which facilitates further opening.
Passing the heating zone, the film enters the welding unit, where two vertical layers of the film are welded together along the contour of the ampoules formed.
Further, the film enters the modeling device (molding), where the ampoule is formed by supplying compressed air.
The tape with the formed ampoules is cut off from the top to open the funnel-shaped hole for pouring a preparation (customer-supplied raw materials).
Then the tape with ampoules passes through the automatic applicator, which attaches a label, and then the tape enters the pouring machine (device).
Pouring and sealing of the molded ampoules is carried out in the pouring machine.
Then the ampoules are separated from the tape. The cutting device separates ampoules both by one and by a cassette of two to twelve pieces. A perforation between the individual ampoules is performed to facilitate their subsequent separation from each other. The ampoule cutting device is equipped with an ampoule counter to control the number of ready-made ampoules.
In addition, we provide a service for the final packaging – packaging the preparation in a plastic ampoule, containing them into the customer’s boxes and putting the ready-made products in corrugated boxes.