100% protection of medication
Texte Alternatif The latest Pfeiffer laboratory testing programme focuses on the company’s Unitdose and Bidose nasal spray devices used for applications of anti-migraine or anti-osteoporosis products. The nasal spray (100 microliters at each spray) protects the contents 100% until they exit the system after actuation. The tests were carried out by an independent external laboratory, Qualis Laboratorium, in accordance with FDA Guidance and the ISO 17025 and analysed the protective characteristics and quality of the glass utilised in the devices under severe conditions. The functionality is based on a pressure point mechanism : after applying a pre-determined force to the bottom of the vial holder, the needle threw which the product is distributed enters the vial, after penetrating the stopper. The liquid product then escapes through the needle up into the actuator where the integrated insert mechanically generates a perfect spray profile.
Texte Alternatif A nasal dispensing system with a precise and constant dose delivery
The Advancia pump from Rexam is an answer to more demanding legal requirements in nasal drug delivery. The pump technology has been re-developped to foresee the reglementations, and to guarantee a precise and performant treatment to the patients. The dosing is more precise, even after a long time of use (several weeks). The quality and the regularity of the spray, with an homogeneous size of sprayed particles, guarantee the treatment efficiency. Any contact between the product and metallic parts is avoided, in order to minimize the risk of introduction of foreign substances into the delivered dose. Advancia allows the use of preservative free medication, thanks to a diffusion without contamination. The modular design of the pump allows its use into various dispensing systems, without interfering with its performances.
Texte Alternatif Airless in 1 liter version
Rieke Dispensing will present at Interpack the further extension of Rieke’s recently launched Airless HVDS with larger size 600ml, 700ml and 1 litre versions. Airless HVDS has been specifically designed for the pharmaceutical sector, in particular dermatological emollient creams and other products that have a very high viscosity and are therefore extremely difficult to dispense effectively. The dispenser can achieve a minimum 98% product evacuation, offering important cost savings for both manufacturers and consumers. The larger sizes enable manufacturers to create family ranges for their products and are ideal for large scale uses. Airless HVDS uses a combination of airless and piston-up technology to push product up from the bottom of the container. Consumer convenience features include tamper-evidence and a special suckback system that pulls a small amount of cream back into the pump, leaving a clean spout after every dispense. Genus Pharmaceuticals is the first user of this Airless High Viscosity Dispensing System (HVDS), for the relaunching of Cetraben, an emollient cream for dermatological conditions. The company previously used a soap bottle with a 1g pump which was small and unreliable and did not dispense all the product. Other benefits include the robust 4g pump and the content indicator, which reveals how much product is left. In addition to the 500g Airless HVDS, Genus is also using Rieke Dispensing’s 150g and 50g Airless Dispensers for smaller handy size packs of Cetraben.

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