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ROBOTIC D-NEST
RTU Vial Upstream and Downstream Handling System

Fully robotised denesting of sterile Ready-To-Use vials performed by specially designed six-axis robots. ROBOTIC D-NEST accomplishes all critical operations in aseptic environments.

Fully robotised denesting of sterile Ready-To-Use vials performed by specially designed six-axis robots. ROBOTIC D-NEST accomplishes all critical operations in aseptic environments.

Denesting robotics where required

The ROBOTIC D-NEST module works for both upstream and downstream processing.

In the upstream process, its flexible handling system allows for precise removal of the RTU vial from the nest. This is followed by individual component filling, check-weighing, stoppering and ultimately the component is placed back into the nest or transferred via a conveyor belt for process completion.

As a downstream handling solution, the ROBOTIC D-NEST module removes the filled and stoppered RTU vials from the nest and transfers  them in single track downstream for vial capping or automatic vial loading in the case of lyo products. Containers are always safely positioned on the gentle container transport belt.

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ROBOTIC D-NEST Highlights

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Complete robotised denesting process from tub or tray
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Compact and GMP-compliant design
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Improved protection: cross-contamination risk reduction
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Asynchronous robotic movements allowing single operation completion
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Perfect integration with IMA isolator with reduced shell width and positive impact on space ergonomics
ROBOTIC D-NEST is particularly suited to high-level quality control requirements and high-potent drug filling.

ROBOTIC D-NEST Gallery

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Nest pick-up and positioning
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Nest pick-up
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Nest pick up detail
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Vial pick up
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Empty tub and tray outfeed
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Vial denesting
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Vial transfer to filling
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