Pentapack Manufactures Unit Dose Packaging Systems

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Recommended Use: Hospital Pharmacy
Batch Sizes: 20 to approximately 5,000 doses
Output: 100 DOSES/minute adjustable
Liquid Dosing System: Blister filled up to 15ml

Recommended Use: Hospital Pharmacy
Batch Sizes: 20 to approximately 10,000 doses
Output: 200 doses/minute adjustable
Liquid Dosing System: Blister filled up to 30ml


Our HP500 Series offers smartly engineered advantages

The Pentapack HP500 Series for daily hospital pharmacy use features two machines manufactured to meet your specific blister packaging production needs.

Our smartly engineered unit dose packaging HP500 and HP550 equipment provides flexible capabilities that include:

  • Packaging and sealing oral and solid medications as well as vials and small syringes in individual blisters
  • Providing thermo-forming that can process PVC, PVC/PVdC and Polyester/PVdC
  • Printing barcode labels on unit dose blisters to ensure medications are clearly identified and securely distributed in the hospital setting
  • Programming the control panels to adjust the blister strip length, production speed and manual/production modes

Plus, our blister machines are user friendly. They require no special training to use and are low maintenance.

Pentapack R&D Yields Advanced Unit Dose Systems

To bring the most efficient, advanced technology to pharmaceutical unit dose packaging, Pentapack invests in research and development for optimally designed blister machines.

Our work includes:

  • Using advanced 3D software to research, develop and simulate movement of our machines' mechanical components to achieve the most effective manufacturing results
  • Analyzing and developing the machine’s programmable electronic systems with a focus on speed and durability components
  • Developing packaging software collaboratively with hospitals to ensure compliance with the latest federal regulations in coding blister-packaged medications for bedside administration
  • Collaborating with packaging film and foil manufacturers to test their products’ viability for blister machine use