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VIS 1000 | 2000

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    VIS 1000 | 2000

    Semi-Automated Visual Inspection Systems for Ampoules, Cartridges, Vials or Syringes

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    VIS 1000 | 2000

    Semi-Automated Visual Inspection Systems for Ampoules, Cartridges, Vials or Syringes

  • next page

    VIS 1000 | 2000

    Semi-Automated Visual Inspection Systems for Ampoules, Cartridges, Vials or Syringes

  • next page

    VIS 1000 | 2000

    Semi-Automated Visual Inspection Systems for Ampoules, Cartridges, Vials or Syringes

  • next page

    VIS 1000 | 2000

    Semi-Automated Visual Inspection Systems for Ampoules, Cartridges, Vials or Syringes

 
  • Overview

    The VIS 1000 enables an operator to visually inspect filled ampoules, cartridges and vials for cosmetic defects such as cracks, foreign matter and other defects. Containers are pivoted as they move into an optimized viewing area where they are rotated for viewing, and then returned to the upright position as accepted containers exit in one direction and rejected containers in another, as manually determined by the operator.

    The VIS 2000 provides a simple, effective method for inspection of pre-filled syringes. Syringes are pivoted as they move into an optimized viewing area where they are rotated for viewing, and then returned to the upright position as accepted syringes exit in one direction and rejected syringes in another, as manually determined by the operator.

    The speed of rotation in both systems can be adjusted according to the type of inspection being performed - high-speed spin and sudden stop for detection of particles in liquids, and low speed rotation for detection of particles on powdered / lyophilized products and of cosmetic container defects.

     

    Benefits

    • High and low speed spin
    • No transitional blocks
    • Ergonomically designed hood
    • Polarized viewing lens (optional)
    • Stainless steel chassis
    • Automatic reject (optional)
    • Lighting options include adjustable intensity “Tyndall Effect,” under roller, and overhead lighting to facilitate inspection for particulate and cosmetic defects
    • 1.75x (3 diopter) magnifier on an adjustable fixture with optional polarized light filter

     
     
  • Technical
    Data
     
    Technical Data:
    Model Vis 1000 Vis 2000
    Maximum mechanical speed 6,000 containers / h 6,000 syringes / h
    Container types Vials, Ampoules, Cartridges Syringes
    Container size 1 ml–100 ml 0.5-5 ml
    Construction Stainless steel body
    Light source Two non-flickering fluorescent lamps (20 watts each) with electronic ballast Four non-flickering fluorescent lamps (20 watts each) with electronic ballast; Tyndall lighting available
    Air pressure   50-85 psi
    Rated pollution   Pollution degree 2
    Operating environment   Indoor use only (less than 2,000 m altitude)
    Ambient temperature   0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
    Relative humidity   5% to 90% (non-condensing)

    Technical data are subject to change

     
     
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  • Application
    Examples

    Picture 1:

    The VIS-1000 Semi-Automated Inspection System allows visual inspection of ampoules, cartridges and vials up to 100 ml, containing liquids or powdered/lyophilized products, as well as empty containers.

    Picture 2:

    Automatic reject system discharges rejected containers into a separate tray.

    Picture 3:

    Pivoting roller system pivots the inspection angle and returns the product to an upright position.

    Picture 4:

    Adjustable intensity “Tyndall Effect” under-roller and overhead lighting are available to facilitate the inspection of particulate and cosmetic defects.

    Picture 5:

    Automatic Reject System enables an operator to reject a defective container, which is then ejected automatically by the system, eliminating the need to physically touch containers.

     
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