Natural remedies made in Switzerland
A. Vogel AG has invested 20 million in the expansion of production at its Roggwil (TG) site and is sending a clear signal for Switzerland as a production location by expanding capacity and modernizing production.
The focus of A. Vogel is, among other things, the development and production of herbal medicinal products. The new production had to comply with GMP guidelines. On behalf of Amasyst AG, which has established itself in plant engineering for automatic bulk materials and mixing plants, Rey Technology implemented this comprehensive project.
The fresh plants are delivered and crushed via an airlock. In two mixers, with volumes of 4000 and 6000 liters respectively, they are mixed with water and ethanol. Subsequently, the mash is fed to two presses. During this process, the mixers are internally blanketed with nitrogen to ensure that no explosive atmosphere can develop. The resulting extract is then pumped to the new tank farm. CIP cleaning completes the process.
- Zenon V8.0
- SIMATIC S7-1515-2PN
- IO SIMATIC ET200SP
- 2 mixers 4000 l & 6000 l
- CIP - Cleaning
performance of rey
- Electrical planning with EPLAN P8
- Production of control and switchgear systems
- Delivery of control technology hardware
- System integration
- Engineering control technology
- Engineering PLC
- Electrical installation