SorbStar™ (Desiccant Inserter)
SorbStar is the new sachet and canister desiccant inserter designed by Capmatic. The frame of the SorbStar is made of anodized aluminum with a stainless steel exterior. The electrical and mechanical parts are located inside the frame of the machine for full protection. Bottles are indexed by a servo-driven infeed feedscrew mechanically synchronized with the dispenser. Bottle changeovers can be completed very quickly and without the use of any tools.
CATEGORY
Tablet Line Equipment
APPLICATION
Round | Square | Rectangular Bottles | Sachet or canister desiccant
SPEED*
Up to 300 BPM**
Machine

SORBSTAR FEATURES

  • Desiccant delivery confirmation sensor
  • No bottle – no desiccant
  • Backup sensor at infeed and outfeed of filling machine with automatic restart
  • Stainless steel control panel with strong stainless steel tubular holding post
  • Driven by PLC and HMI
  • Servo-motor bottle indexing mechanism
  • Mechanical tracking of faulty container with vacuum reject station
  • Fully guarded with safety access doors
  • The SorbStar standard benefits include:
  • Reduced parameter settings
  • Modular design
  • Limited usage of pneumatic components
  • Ethernet connection and CFR 21 Part 11 compliant

SORBSTAR S

  • Eye mark registration – a fibre optic sensor locates the register mark to cycle the machine
  • Belt advancement system driven by servo motor
  • Adjustable compressed air belt pressure to allow for tolerance of desiccant
  • Precise cutting mechanism with heavy-duty knife
  • Universal spool holder with quick reloading system
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SORBSTAR C

  • Integrated desiccant elevator feeder with low loading hopper
  • Universal canister separator feeder
  • Adjustable canister indexing finger to feed up to 10 canisters in each bottle at one point
  • The Sorbstar options include:
  • Standalone dual motorized spool unwinder
  • Dry air system to control humidity level
  • Canister desiccant integrity inspection system
* Speed and performance criteria are subject to testing with actual samples.
** BPM = Bottles Per Minute.