BC 100 Blister Cutter

BC 100 – Blister Cutter

One step forward to complete the automation of Hospital Pharmacy

BC 100 Description

A 200 beds hospital needs to cut about 30,000 doses per month.

Rate of manual cutting is 400 cuts per hour. Cutting time is 75 hours per month.

With automatic cutting machine (BC 100) is made at an average of 1,400 cuts per hour.

As this cutting is done simultaneously with others operations, then practically it is saved all the time of cutting.

Besides manual cutting is a repetitive effort that causes a professional lesion with possible legal claims.

BC corta os blister de medicamentos, unitarizando-os


  • Fully automatic.
  • Receives up to 100 blister packs ready to cut.
  • Blister size information is previouly saved at the machine control.
  • Not every blister can be cut. See following page.
  • Output: up to 1,400 cuts per hour.
  • All safety devices included.
  • CE mark approved.
  • Cut blister is loaded to a container ready to place on the following automatic equipment, AB feeder.

Configurations where the cut is possible

Configurações onde o corte é possível na BC 100

Materials of blisterpack are PVC or PET plus aluminium.

Other configurations and materials should be tested and approved by our Technical Department.

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Why unitarize

Unitarization is the process of preparing meds in ready form to be administered to the patient.

This process is normally carried out at the Hospital Pharmacy, Medicines Storage Sector or Unit Dose Center for several hospitals, but always linked to the responsibility and control of the Hospital Pharmacy. Unitarization or fractionating of medicines is important to centralize the control of meds in the Hospital Pharmacy and to differentiate packaging. Also to place a hospital barcode.

The centralization of control allows a reduction of up to 57% of Adverse Events, according to two studies carried out in Germany and the USA.

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