Thera 650 is designed with a distinctive modular frame. Regarded as one of the most dynamic and well-built machines on the market, this thermoforming machine has become a mainstay for the pharmaceutical sector. Available with dual forming and sealing chambers, this machine is built for efficiency.

  • Total durability built with consistency and to last.
  • Completely washdown designed with angled surfaces to allow water to fall off.
  • Extreme cost savings on film with 30% waste saving
  • Screen is designed by our own software engineers with usability in mind.
  • Tailor-made with no limits on customisation.
  • Top performance with the highest packaging output level for our thermoforming range.
  • Hinged chamber for quick and easy changeover.
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Production speed Up to 35 cycles a minute
Top Reel Dimensions

Bottom Reel Dimensions

Up to 640

Up to 660 mm

Maximum Index  Up to 1100 mm
Loading Area Customiseable
Maximum Pack Depth  220mm
Maximum Thickness of Film 1200 micron
Vacuum Pumps  BUSCH
Electronic Package  Siemens

Features & Technologies

  • Hermetic Sealing
  • Vacuum Packaging
  • Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP)
  • Shrink Packaging (Link to examples)
  • Skin Packaging (Link to examples)
  • Pisiform (Display Above Hover) (Link to examples)
  • Double Chamber  For Automatic Changeover
  • Multiple Index (For more versatility)


Machine Accessories

  • Automated Feeding System
  • Water Cooling System
  • Thermal transfer printer
  • Ink Jet Printer
  • JSprint Ink cartridge printer with multicolor
  • Labeling unit
  • Anti Static
  • Automatic Cartoning
  • Automatic Palleting Solutions
  • Sustainability
    • 30% less film waste with innovative vacuum system Efficient gear motors
    • Optional water recycling
    • Recyclable paper and materials
    • 30-micron film thickness
    • Flat cardboard
  • Suitable Packaging Materials
    • Paper Board
    • PE/PA
    • PE/EVOH/E
    • PE/PET
    • PP
  • Applications
    • Bakery
    • Medical
    • Meat
    • Cheese
    • Sauces