Blister packs are created with the use of thermoforming or cold seal forming equipment. Depending nature and size of the product, along with production volume, different types of plastic materials and production methods achieve the best and most economical results.
Because of this, many companies elect to outsource blister pack packaging to companies like Pioneer. With access to all types of blister packaging materials and equipment, we can manage high volume, high speed runs as well as low volume requirements. For some industries, such as medical, production volumes tend to be extremely high and consistent. In other industries, including solar, production requirements may vary a great deal depending on new product development and other factors. Our flexibility allows us to adapt to virtually any requirement.
For more information on clamshell packaging, trapped blister packaging (an excellent alternative to the conventional clamshell), and automatic blister pack equipment, our corporate site has a number of resources:
- Blister Packaging Equipment
- Clamshell Packaging Solutions
- Stock Clamshell Packaging
- The Enviroshell Trapped Blister
- The H-Loc Trapped Blister versus the Clamshell: Safety
Traditional clamshell packaging and new designs such as the trapped blister will continue to be widely used for consumer and food processing. Blister packs provide excellent presentation of retail products for positioning on shelves, racks, or in point of purchase, or POP, displays. Their tamper evident and tamper resistant characteristics are strong as well, and blisters provide items with protection from moisture and other external elements. Equally important, when blisters are produced and applied efficiently, they represent an extremely cost effective method of packaging – highly important in today’s ultra competitive marketplace.
Packaging Materials, Packaging Equipment, Packaging Solutions
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