Loma Systems, a global leader in inspection technologies within the food, packaging, and pharmaceutical industries, will be showcasing its latest inspection technologies at INTERPHEX from May 24 to 26, 2022 at the Javits Center, New York. The company is exhibiting on booth #3514.
Loma check and detect machinery is specifically designed to assist pharmaceutical and nutraceutical manufacturers maintain production efficiencies and compliance, while increasing their quality control output.
On display will be Loma’s upgraded IQ4 LOCK-PH pharmaceutical metal detector, designed for inspecting tablets and capsules after the tablet and de-duster process, with throughputs up to 30,000 tablets/capsules per min. The system is built with a gas strut stand frame, offering exceptional maneuverability and making it convenient for use with all leading tablet presses and encapsulation machines. The IQ4 LOCK-PH comes complete with full IQ, OQ, and PQ validation documents and certification, and is designed and constructed to IP66/NEMA 4X standard. The IQ4 LOCK-PH offers best-in-class calibrated detection levels from 0.22 mm ferrous, 0.28 mm non-ferrous, and 0.37 mm stainless steel, ensuring the smallest fragments of metal are detected and rejected every time.
Loma will also be showcasing its data capture software, TRACS (Trending-Reporting-Analysis-Capture-Software), a graphical reporting tool, which runs over a network and captures data from connected machines for analysis and reporting from a remote computer. TRACS displays live and historical batch data for all production runs and is designed to work with Loma’s metal detectors, checkweighing, X-ray inspection, and combination systems.
“INTERPHEX provides a unique opportunity to connect with the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical community and update on exciting technological advances here at Loma. We are particularly proud of our inspection and detection solutions specific to the sector and very much look forward to demonstrating our capabilities in product safety and quality solutions,” says Alice Maniev, North America marketing communications manager.