Serialization and aggregation – how do they function and what is their implementation in drug packaging?

The packaging and tags of pharmaceutical products and medical instruments perform numerous relevant functions – from publicizing and information to conservation.


Autor: Xella

Autor: Bill Abbott
The operations of serialization and aggregation of pharmaceutical packaging are as well very significant, they must be performed in conformity with strict internal standards and rigid conditions of the medical industry.

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Autor: Rachel Chapdelaine
A very relevant idea in the production and branding of a medical product is its serialization. This concept classifies the product with singular, non-punctuation serial combinations on each packaging. After putting singular codes on individual products, producers have to know where these objects are situated. Aggregation can be obtained by applying vision technics in automatic wrappers or packet packing machines or thanks to aggregation methods, for example by way of dosage conveyors. Packets are one of the most usually used drug device for pharmaceutical and medical products. Marking of these packaging with high quality codes readable for people and devices is a vital element of the pharmaceutical manufacturer’s traceability project. Bottles, that are an especially often used medical packaging, can be systematized in many places. Regular and visible in ultraviolet or infrared radiation tags on the bottom of the container, on the label or cap – these are only some of the probable solutions. Tagging vials is a difficult job due to the small dimension of the package.

The best labeling outcome can be acquired if the printer is integrated with packaging machines made just to carry items of this exact shape.