An innovative HEUFT solution takes over the precise examination of discreet 2D laser matrix codes for the unique marking of primary packaging as well as continuous product tracking including real-time data management in accordance with 21 CFR Part 11. The result: full traceability for effective protection against counterfeiting.
The optical, all-around inspection of filled containers not only includes the verification of the contents of the stored product and batch data but also the grading of the GS1 coding in accordance with ISO / IEC 1515. The detection unit, suitable for oRABS, cRABS and isolators, can check the fill quantity and closure position and detect minute glass defects at the same time.
Full detection reliability is always provided even when the containers are not aligned. A special HEUFT rejection system removes them from the production flow if they are faulty – entirely without the use of compressed air. Thus the solution meets the high class A clean room standards. Its mechanical design allows unrestricted use in laminar flow areas.
The actual position of all coded primary packaging can always be determined with millimetre accuracy due to permanent monitoring. The result: perfect traceability throughout the entire process chain. Real-time data management ensures the efficient transmission, reliable serialisation and sustainable archiving of the verified unique identifier and batch data. Therefore the cGMP and GAMP compliant new development makes an important contribution to the end to end verification of the authenticity and safety of sensitive products such as drugs.