Filling and Closing Machine OPTIMA CFL-1 Capsules or Pads

Portfolio Description

Technical Data:

Output: up to 420 Pieces/min
Container diameter: 15 mm to 90 mm
Dosing range: 0.1 g to 100 g
Basic measurements approx. (LxWxH): 5,000 mm x 2,000 mm x 2,300 mm



  • Filling process in protective gas for reduced oxygen contents in the packaging
  • Suction nozzles or suction bell for reduced dust emergence during filling
  • Filling systems coordinated to the product


  • 100% tare/gross weighing
  • 200 parameter sets can be stored in the recipe memory
  • Identifying and adjusting for fluctuations in the bulk weight
  • High-precision portioning for constant filling weight/volume
  • Different dosing technologies are available
  • Volumetric dosing with auger filler


  • Cycled container transport
  • Container or cap feed as bulk goods via fully automatic sorting and optional storage bin
  • Raising the container when filling to prevent dust accumulation


  • User-friendly, fast and primarily tool-free format change


  • Can be designed as a monobloc combination with filling and sealing modules
  • Good visibility and accessibility
  • Integrated separation for reject product and/or production patterns
  • Compact design with integrated control cabinet
  • Multi-location working stations for high output
  • Products in contact with metal parts made of stainless steel and/or food-grade plastic
  • Secure and sturdy mechanical system
  • Compact design with low space requirement


  • Drive via wear-free servomotors


  • Processing packaging material from the stack
  • Processing packaging material from the role
  • Process-reliable sealing using thermal sealing, induction or ultrasound
  • Pressing the product
  • Stacking the containers


  • Simple, clearly arranged operation and graphic display of the machine status on the HMI
  • HMI that can be moved linearly for optimal machine access and flexible operation
  • Optimal access due to swiveling arrangement of the HMI


  • Production lines can be shut off individually


  • Hygienic design for reliable production and easy cleaning
  • Parts in contact with the product that are removable and are able to be cleaned with water for thorough cleaning

Quality Management

  • Diverse monitoring functions using sensors or camera systems for quality assurance
  • Product savings through continuously monitoring the average and self-optimization
  • Quality assurance via suitable monitoring functions