Model Type 515S - Plunger Rod and Backstop Insertion Machine
From Nested Syringes
The syringes are manually fed into an infeed chute, which transfers them to the main transport system – an automated transport starwheel. The starwheel moves the product through four different stations, helping assemble up to 60 syringes per minute. Plunger rods are supplied from a vibratory sorting bowl and travel down a feed track to the insertion station. A pneumatically-actuated gripper assembly picks up the plunger rod from the end of the vibratory track and leverages a 2-axis robotic arm to thread it into a syringe. At the second station, backstops are carefully placed on the flange of each syringe. The third and fourth stations check for plunger rod and backstop presence.
- Available with labeling station (option)