Advances in Pharmaceutical Packaging

Packaging is the science, art and technology of enclosing or protecting products for Distribution, storage, sale and use. A final product is not accepted except it is properly packaged, and in some cases the major part of the formulation process may be concerned with selecting the correct package for the product. Packaging also refers to the process of design, evaluation and fabrication of packages.

Advances in Packaging System

Blow- fill- seal technology was initially used for filling many categories of liquids, such as non-sterile devices, foods and cosmetics. Recently, Blow- fill- seal technology is used to produce aseptically sterile pharmaceuticals such as respiratory solutions, ophthalmics, and wound care products.

Induction Cup sealing technology is used to create airtight and hermetic seals on the neck of the container.  The process of Induction cup sealing is based on the principle that a conductive material like aluminum foil heats up on exposure to high frequency magnetic field generated by an induction unit.

Tamper Evident Pharmaceutical Packaging can be defined as Packaging having an indicator or barrier to entry which, if breached or missing, can reasonably be expected to provide visible or audible evidence to consumers that tampering has occurred. Tamper-evident packaging involves immediate-container/carton systems or any combination.

Novel Laser Coding Technology for Pharmaceutical Glass Containers Glass syringes can now be individually coded / safe process free of micro-cracks / Reliable Track & Trace. A completely new laser-coding system enables glass containers for parenteral use to be clearly coded at the glass syringe manufacturer and tracked from production to end customer

  • Film wrappers
  • Blister package
  • Strip package
  • Bubble pack
  • Shrink seal and bands

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