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First modular line processing for advanced wound care

Released: 25 January 2013 By Customer Care
First modular line processing for advanced wound care
Company Name:
OPTIMA packaging group GmbH
Contact Person :
Felix Henning
Public Relations
49 (0)791 / 506-1464
49 791 506-9000


OPTIMA life science at ICE Munich 2013:


First modular line processing for advanced wound care


Optima life science with its Medicon MDC 300 Vario presents a new, modular machine platform for the segment Advanced Wound Care. Processing with this system type can be very simply modified or expanded. The user thus has advantages as soon as materials or the structure of a wound dressing product are amended. Therefore, the lines are ideally suited for new product developments and especially for flexible series production. The performance of the flexible plant is set up for a web speed of  60 m/min (packaging material) or 500 products/min.


A new production process can be implemented in the shortest possible time, even in sterile rooms. The plant operator can configure the module himself by means of a “real” Plug & Play system. No knowledge of programming is required.


In the product development stage, with Medicon MDC 300 Vario there are now optimum tools available that guarantee rapid market introduction and at the same time shorten time-intensive processes. When used in series production there are no limits on the platform with respect to format ranges or the complexity of the processes.


All function modules such as roll-off, roll-on, cutting, web edge control, camera systems etc. as necessary for the manufacture of the various types of wound dressings are obtainable from Optima life science. The machine system can be combined with a four-side seal bag packaging machine enabling the products to be packaged immediately. Moreover, modules with special functions can be developed and integrated.

Optima life science at ICE Munich 2013: March19th – 21st, hall A6, booth 164 

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