The Marchesini Group’s BlisterEvolution is really a journey that began way back in 1987, when our first blister packaging machine was launched. This was followed by a series of increasingly high performance models, that led us to an extraordinary insight: the idea of combining both blister and carton packaging in a single compact, automated line.
In 2008, at Interpack, we unveiled the prototype of this new machine generation. We called it the Integra 300, owing to its production capacity of 300 blisters and 150 cartons a minute. In the following years, we developed more compact models, with increasingly high production rates: Integra 220, Integra 320, Integra 520.
At Achema 2015, we finally unveiled the last model in the series. Its name is Integra 520V and it is specifically designed for markets that require one blister per carton formats.
The line’s strengths are
- a production rate of up to 520 blisters and 500 cartons a minute
- a compact, 10 metres long design
- rapid size changes, only 40 minutes
- feed change versatility
- digitally controlled automation
And, last but not least, the reliability of a company with over 40 years’ experience in the packaging sector. This process is far from over, though, as we are already working on future updates and new models to ensure that Integra will play a fundamental role in the future of the Marchesini Group.
Integra 520 V