After several million tablet pressings with the tabletting punch, coding and partitioning becomes gradually weaker. The tools are then replaced and sent to be scrapped.
Have you ever thought about what happens to the tools after their disposal? There is a risk of unauthorized persons gaining access to the tabletting punch and using it illegally. The consequences are significant damage, often to the tune of millions.
In order to prevent exactly this, the stamp can be removed, i.e. ground or worn away by hand. Save yourself time and expenses by adding our tablet punch destroyer to your product range. It processes B and D tools, as well as similar formats, fully automatically. The punch tip is completely milled away. And this is done without liquid. The chips and removed stamp are disposed of in a mobile and tiltable scrap chute together with the metal scrap, before being sent for recycling.