blister pack


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blister pack

A disposable package consisting of a clear plastic overlay affixed to a cardboard backing for protecting and displaying a product.

blister pack

, blister package
A method of protecting individual doses of medications within a transparent cavity or cell made from a dome-shaped plastic barrier. The barrier separates one dose from another, protects the medication from moisture, and keeps it from being crushed or damaged during transportation or storage. Each dose of the medication can be individually released or unwrapped without affecting the integrity of the neighboring doses.
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Figure 3: Required push-through forces for various blister packs. Purelay[R] Lid (90 [micro]m) 25N Aluminium foil (16 [micro]m) 27N Aluminium (9 [micro] m laminated to paper (40g/[m.sup.2]) 25N Note: Table made from bar graph.
Just like blister packs, "it cannot be put back on to make it look like it hasn't been opened before."
One of the most common side-effects of atmospheric interference in blister packs is a change in surface morphology of the tablet.
"Again, this means that blister packs often require relabeling or repackaging in some way," Paparone points out.
PP blister packs have many advantages over older aluminum and PVC blisters, and yet these traditional, inefficient products remain all too prevalent in the industry.
Optel Vision, developer and manufacturer of packaging line inspection systems, introduces its new high performance Blister Pack Inspector OP385.
Up to 32 adjustable 3/8" spaced sensor positions are available to test even the most complex blister pack, detecting holes of less than 10 microns in diameter.
The jam-free Press-Out Universal deblistering machine is designed for the recovery of tablets and capsules from all types of rejected blister pack. It handles blisters of all shapes and designs including circular, diagonal or irregular layouts, and even cuffed blisters.