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Automatic Induction Seal Integrity Inspection System
iVA-T120

iVA-T120 - the automatic Online Bottle Seal Integrity Inspection Machine, is the solution to the tedious, manual integrity inspection of sealed bottles in the pharma industry. Accuracy, speed and proper accountability are achieved, owing to its simplified, user-friendly features.


Special Features

  • 100% online inspection of the seals of all the bottles, containing tablets, capsules, liquid &/or powder – based on the principle of thermal imaging.
  • Human intervention entirely redundant as caps / lids need not be opened at all.
  • As per cGMP norms.
  • Compliant with 21 CFR part 11.
  • Automatic focal length adjustment to suit bottle length.
  • Entire construction of stainless steel and hard anodized grade aluminium.
  • Adjustable guides to centre the image.
  • Provided with door safety interlock, emergency stop facility, and, low pressure interlock, for ensuring safety control.
  • Self-teach calibration enabled.
  • Easy to operate Graphical User Interface (GUI).
  • IPC-based operating panel with settings for focal length, heat percentage, and, data entries.
  • Software facilitated for unlimited recipe handling, entire data storage, trend analysis, alarm history, and, eBPR.
  • Software backup enabled.
  • System remote facility for online support.
  • Upon full storage of data, older inputs get overwritten in subsequent batches.
  • Inbuilt pneumatic rejection system with rejection confirmation sensor, and indication of full rejection bin.
  • Batch record generated for good bottles, reason for rejection, and percentage of rejection along with segregation.
  • Pie chart display of production analysis.
  • Printable format of inspection reports.
  • No maintenance and zero machine downtime design.
  • Aesthetically elegant.
  • Supremely robust built.
  • Model No. iVA-T120
  • Dimensions 1650 (L) x 950 (W) x 1900 (H) mm
  • Weight 350 kg (approx.)
  • Speed Up to 120 bottles / minute (customisable)
  • Maximum inspection area Up to 80 mm diameter (customisable
  • Electrical supply 110V - 220V, 50 - 60 Hz / AC single phase
  • Compressed air 50 LPM @ 4-6 bar
  • IPC 15°
  • Controls IPC Core i5 processor
  • Geared motors Servo
  • Image resolution 388 X 288 thermal pixels
  • Image accuracy 0.1° C

Seal Detection Capabilities:

  • Missing wad / foil
  • Weak seal (low temperature)
  • Burnt seal (high temperature)
  • Unsealed cap due to low torque
  • Flipped-off wad / foil
  • Askew cap

    Camera teaching of the standard product Machine operation process
  • After setting the Induction Sealing Machine properly to the required temperature/heat value, a few bottles are passed through the conveyor.
  • A thermal image of each bottle is taken by an infrared camera (till it is warm).
  • The entire image is converted into a smaller thermal pixel resolution for accuracy.
  • This image is then analysed and stored as temporary data.
  • After a confirmation of the sample bottle’s seal correctness, the same data is then saved as master data for further production reference.
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  • Once the production has started, the infra-red camera captures a picture of each bottle.
  • The statistical analysis of data from this image is compared with the master data.
  • If any defect is perceived by C6, the defective product is discarded through the adjacent rejection point (R2) by pneumatic operation, into the same rejection bin.
  • If any discrepancy is observed, it is recorded against a specific error.
  • The decision is transferred to the PLC, which then transfers the bottle to the rejection bin.
  • The rejection confirming sensor cross-checks the removal of the rejected bottle from the production line.
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    Vision

    To place user-friendly automated systems for the inspection activities in the operation lines of the global pharmaceutical and food industry - that serve for generations, in the establishments.

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