Syringe Filling Machine

What is a Syringe Filling Machine?

A syringe-filling machine rapidly fills medical and pharmaceutical syringes with precise amounts of liquid or semi-solid substances. This machinery reduces labor-intensive manual filling and can improve medical products’ accuracy, safety, and compliance. Syringe-filling machines are often used in hospitals or other medical facilities to produce high-volume injections quickly.

Syringe Filling Machine: Two Minutes To Show How Machine Fill And Seals Automatically

What is the difference between a syringe filling machine and a syringe packing machine?

A syringe filling machine and a syringe packing machine are used in the medical device industry to fill and package syringes. The significant difference is that a syringe sealing machine is typically used to fill pre-sterilized, disposable needles with liquid medications. In contrast, a syringe packing machine is used for packaging prefilled syringes for sale. A syringe sealing machine works by automatically controlling the speed of a piston as it moves into a sterile container, injecting precise quantities of liquids into the containers. Syringe packing machines use specialized wrapping equipment to securely package the prefilled and sterilized syringes for shipping and sale.

How to Clean and Maintain the Syringe Filling Machine

If you own a syringe filling machine, cleaning and maintaining it properly is essential to ensure it continues to operate correctly. Here are some tips for cleaning and keeping your syringe-filling device:

  • Regularly check the parts of the device for damage or wear and tear. Make sure all details are securely connected and operating smoothly.
  • Before beginning the cleaning process, ensure all the machine parts are disconnected from power sources.
  • Clean the machine’s surface with a damp cloth using hot soapy water. Rinse off any residues with clean water to prevent the build-up of dirt and grease.
  • To keep your syringe filling machine in top condition, periodically lubricate all moving parts, such as gears and pistons, with specialized lubricants designed for devices.
  • Consult the manufacturer’s instructions for regular maintenance of replacement parts, such as filters or pumps.
  • Keep an eye out for problems that may arise due to wear and tear, such as air leaks in pneumatic systems or leaking seals on connection points between pipes or tubes. Replace any faulty equipment immediately.
  • Store spare parts for emergencies and keep a logbook that tracks all maintenance performed on your syringe filling machine over time.

High Speed Syringe Filling Machine ( Speed 5000 syringes per hour )

Powerrig’s product can range from vacuum settings, liquid filling to the laboratory series. They have got over ten varieties with elaborate efforts in every product. Therefore, Powerrig win their reputation by stable performance and ongoing principle of customer-foremost.

Hyaluronic Acid Syringe Filling Sealing Machine ( Speed 800-1500 syringes per hour )

The machine is the combination of our latest design, which is suitable for filling plastic syringe. It can be used to handle materials from gel, paste to liquid.

Prefilled Syringe Filling Machine ( Speed 1-5000 syringes per hour )

It is a pre-filling machine which is specifically designed for laboratory pre-filling syringes and suitable for filling 1-20ml glass syringe (BD tube).

Semi Automatic Syringe Filling Machine ( Speed 10-30 syringes per minute )

We employ the advanced filling system of piston quantification valve in the machine to minimize the filling error.

There is a back suction device in the filling nozzle to make sure no material will be left in the tube. So, the valve and pipeline are convenient for changing and cleaning.

Syringe Filling Machine(Speed 200-1200 Syringes Per Hour)

Manually put the set syringe on the special membrane. Then hang them together on the plate which will put the syringe in order for the next step. The machine will automatically load them in succession into the filling dial which rotates intermittently and completes the filling for once. After that, the filled syringe are inserted into the dial wheel and are transported to the next procedure.