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RAUMEDIC presents customised polymer solutions at Pharmapack 2013

Helmbrechts/Paris – RAUMEDIC presents new technologies for polymer products for the pharmaceutical and medical industry at Pharmapack in Paris on February 2013. The focus of the presentation on booth 366 is on products for injection, drug application and pharmaceutical packaging. At booth 376 RAUMEDIC presents together with its cooperation partner Sartorius Stedim Biotech tubing systems for pharmaceutical filling processes.

In the field of injection systems RAUMEDIC masters the fully automatic assembly of steel needles whether they are glued or directly molded including siliconisation. Camera controls and a certified quality management system according to DIN ISO 13485 guarantee constantly high quality products.

Materials, that suit as substitute for glass such as cyclic-olefin-copolymeres (COC) provide a high cost effectiveness and increased safety for users.

RAUMEDIC develops customised drug delivery systems which offer better handling, exact dosage, easier and safer application as well as better patient compliance. For example the development of a dose-sipping-syringe for liquid drugs, which reduces the risk of dosing mistakes with its flexible and exact dose setting and additionally offers a fun factor for children.

In recent years, the pharmaceutical industry has been developing drugs that are becoming more and more sensitive. The demands on pharmaceutical packaging are also increasing, to ensure that these active ingredients are protected. A drug container with high barrier properties provides improved safety and prolonged storage life for medicaments.

In cooperation with Sartorius Stedim Biotech RAUMEDIC offers silicone and thermoplastic tubing as well as completely assembled sterile packed set systems for fast and safe connections in bio-pharmaceutical manufacturing and filling processes at booth 376.

Fully automated assembly of a cannula for the delivery of vaccines

Dose Sipping Syringe – System assembled from injection molded parts adapted to each other, incl. printing on the system

Drug cups manufactured using the sandwich injection molding procedure

Pharmapack Europe 2013 - Paris (France)