Downstream equipment

Labeling, plunger rod, finger flange and safety device assembly.

Downstream equipment for pre-filled syringes, vials and cartridges

In downstream processing, careful and high-quality processing of the primary packaging is of immense importance. Therefore, groninger downstream equipment can be equipped with a non-contact transport for the primary packaging.

Due to the modular and compact design, the lines can be flexibly adapted to your requirements and packaging and can be attached to existing groninger lines. The expansion of additional process functions is optionally possible at any time.

groninger downstream equipment
Line example for downstream processing of pre-filled syringes - denesting of syringes, manual inspection, labeling and plunger rod assembly.

Downstream equipment up to 70 objects per minute

  • 3 in 1 processing of all common syringes, vials and cartridges
  • Modular expansion of backstop, finger flange and safety device assembly
  • Patented electromotive plunger rod assembly
  • Integrated removal of bad labels without object loss
  • Different inspection systems, sensors/image processing systems
  • Integrating all common printer systems
  • Handling systems for feeding, tray loading and buffering

Downstream equipment up to 300 objects per minute

  • 3 in 1 processing of all common syringes, vials and cartridges
  • Modular expansion of backstop, finger flange and safety device assembly
  • Patented electromotive plunger rod assembly
  • Integrated removal of bad labels without loss of object
  • Different inspection systems, sensors/image processing systems
  • Integration of all common printer systems
  • Automatic splicing unit at full capacity
  • Handling lines for feeding, tray loading and buffering

Downstream equipment up to 600 objects per minute

  • 3 in 1 processing of all common syringes, vials and cartridges
  • Modular expansion of backstop, finger flange and safety device assembly
  • Patented electromotive plunger rod assembly
  • Integrated removal of bad labels without loss of object
  • Different inspection systems, sensors/image processing systems
  • Integration of all common printer systems
  • Automatic splicing unit at full capacity
  • Handling lines for feeding, tray loading and buffering