BENEFIT WITHOUT INVESTING

BENEFIT WITHOUT INVESTING

Rommelag CMO offers you quick and easy access to BFS technology. And you won’t even have to invest in the necessary GMP environment or the corresponding machine handling and maintenance experts. We offer you the complete infrastructure, more than fifty years of experience in filling with BFS aseptic systems, and the expertise of the inventor of bottelpack technology.

Find out more about the diverse opportunities offered to you by Rommelag CMO and BFS technology.

THE ADVANTAGES OF BFS PACKAGING

THE ADVANTAGES OF BFS PACKAGING

  • Transparent
  • Fully collapsing
  • Enclosed system
  • Lightweight
  • Unbreakable
  • Will stand
  • Hanging device as an option
  • Low manufacturing costs
  • Can be fitted with various caps/closures
  • Made of PP, PE, coex
  • Forgery-proof
  • Tried and tested design
  • Variable filling volumes
  • Customizable to different uses and dosage forms
  • Low-particle manufacture
  • And much more besides

Filling for you

Rommelag CMO’s 50 bottelpack systems are capable of manufacturing containers in a wide variety of forms and plastic blends, with filling volumes ranging from 0.04 ml to 10,000 ml, aseptically, and taking all the applicable pharmaceutical regulations into account. Benefit from the flexibility, precision, reliability, and virtually unlimited scope of the Rommelag CMO range of systems.

THE BLOW-FILL-SEAL PROCESS

The container is blown, filled with the product, and securely sealed – all in a single process. Watch the video to learn about all the advantages.

BFS: sterile from A to Z.

Every BFS process begins with the extrusion of a sterile polymer tube within the system. The container is then molded, filled, sealed, and demolded – all in a single process, in an enclosed system, and without any external intervention. bottelpack from Rommelag CMO ensures that you always end up with exactly what you wanted and your customers need.

Extrusion

Extrusion

The plastic tube extruded from the granules is fed into the opened blow mold.

Molding

Molding

The main mold closes, sealing the base in the process. The mandrel is lowered onto the neck of the mold and uses compressed air to blow the tube section into the container shape. Small containers are molded with a vacuum.

Filling

Filling

The container is filled with the precise product amount as measured by the dosing system, again via the mandrel.

Sealing

Sealing

The mandrel is removed, the head mold closes, and the required closure is formed by a vacuum.

Demolding

Demolding

The blow mold opens, the container leaves the machine, and the next cycle begins. A conveyor system takes the container to the next processing stage.