Automatic Machines to Fill, Cool and Seal Suppositories & Ovules.
Preformed Suppository / Ovule shells – Film – Excipient / Suppository Mass



The Smallest Filling Unit for Preformed Suppositories / Ovules.

Suitable to process up to 3600 shells/h. Equipped with an adjustable nozzle with a dosing range up to 3.5cc (increments of 0.10cc).
BP-2 is equipped by a 10l jacketed hopper with water circulation.



Filling Unit for Preformed Suppositories / Ovules.

It is the upgrade version of BP-2 and gets the target of 6000 shells/h.
It is equipped by a touch screen and has a 25l jacketed hopper with water circulation.
The dosing range is the same as the BP-2 unit.



Sealing, Coding and Cutting Unit for Preformed Suppositories / Ovules.

A really compact solution to end the production cycle started with the filling.
BP-3 processes up to 3600 shells/h. Same parts to process suppositories and ovules. It is the BP-2 complementary unit.



The Upgrade Version of BP-3 to Seal, Code and Cut Preformed Suppositories / Ovules.

It’s the upgrade version of BP-3. BP-11 processes up to 6000 shells/h. Using its touch screen the setting will never be a problem (friendly user interface). It is the BP-10 complementary unit.

CU-2 / CU-4


Lets’be cool. CU-2 and CU-4 introduce the cooling phase to the shell’s line.

Cooling process is really important to get a well solid suppository or ovule shells. CU-2 and CU-4 are based on a continuous ventilation concept which brings the products from liquid to solid state with a progressive cooling. The temperature can be set from 15°c up to 25°c.

Suppository and Ovule shells

Preformed Suppository & Ovule Shells

The shells can be manufactured in 2 different materials, just in PVC and in PVC/PE. They’re completely white and we’ve a double opening option: tear-off and peel-off.


Excipients for suppositories.

Over the machines, over the shells we decided to complete the full production cycle introducing excipients for suppositories. It is a base according to the current monographs “hard fat, adeps solidus”, PH. EUR. and “hard fat”, USP-NF. They are white, odourless hard fats in pastill shape and comprise of glycerides of plant origin. Available over 15 different excipient types.