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Blister Packaging Companies and Services

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial blister packaging companies and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source blister packaging companies with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These blister packaging companies can design, engineer and provide blister packaging to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these blister packaging companies and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of pharmaceutical pill blister packaging, rollover blister packaging, supplement blister packaging.

  • Greeneville, TN 423-638-1284

    We have been around since 1975 upholding our mission to provide quality, service, and reliability to you, the customer. Our researchers work around the clock to ensure that we provide only the latest and greatest in blister-packaging technology. With our qualified staff we can answer any question you may have! We have a reputation for being at the top of our market and we wouldn’t be there without you! Let us turn your first time shopping with us to a life-long connection!

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  • Garden Grove, CA 800-394-4776

    The Aaron Thomas Company is an award winning supplier of quality contract packaging benefits. Aaron Thomas’ high speed automated capabilities allow you to bring your inventory to market in less time and with higher quality. If you need fast and affordable quality servicing then you need the Aaron Thomas Company. Please call today or go to ATC’s website for full descriptions.

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  • Burlington, NJ 609-239-0503

    Quality Packaging Specialists is a custom packaging company specializing in contract packaging, packaging services, vitamin bagging, multipacks, bottling, form-fill sealing, blister and skin packaging, shrink packaging, hand assembling, repackaging and weighing. We have served the retail and consumer goods industries for over 40 years, and seamless and streamlined approach can help you achieve your business goals.

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  • Duarte, CA 626-301-9214

    WePackItAll has over 25 years experience in the packaging industry providing cost-effective packaging solutions for the nutrition, food and candy industries. We will do your job the way you want it by providing blister, bottling, secondary wrapping, 3 and 4 fin pack, pillow pack and liquid pack services.

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  • Denver, CO 800-262-6789

    Contract packaging of shelf stable food & non-food products. Organic and A.I.B. GMP Certified. Food supplement pouched sets, capsule & tablet blister-form fill, bottling, organic encapsulation, vertical & horizontal flow wrapping, literature wrapping for bulk mail, skin packs, blister, shrink-wrap, bundling, collating, kitting, retail displays, rework, quality inspections & fulfillment.

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Blister Packaging

Blister packaging is a product sealing method in which a product is placed against a plastic or cardboard base and covered with a transparent plastic dome, rectangle or form fitting cover. Blister packaging is just one of many packaging designs manufacturers use to seal their products in advance of end-user purchase; it is a very effective way of protecting a new product from damage or becoming dirty while simultaneously allowing potential buyers to examine the product thoroughly.

Blister packaging is used primarily for the packaging of consumer goods in single or small quantities. Toothbrushes, small toys, drill bits, portable consumer electronics and many other products are sealed in blister packaging. Retail stores make extensive used of products sealed in blister packaging; toy stores, hardware stores, grocery stores and many other settings in which manufactured products reach end-users all depend on blister packaging. Medical products companies that manufacture and distribute medication also make extensive use of blister packaging. Especially in the case of over-the-counter medication, blister packaging is used to seal individual pills. This maintains a sterile environment for each pill and makes them easily accessible for users. Hospitals and other healthcare operations make use of disposable medical devices that are sealed in medical blister packaging, and dentists’ offices depend on blister packaging to keep anesthesia applicators free of contaminants.

Blister packaging materials can be formed in a few different ways. The plastic covering on a piece of blister packaging can be dome-shaped, rectangular or any other shape that is appropriate for housing a product. Blister packaging plastic can also be designed to closely fit around the contours of the product it contains. In either case, the plastic must be thermoformed (heat formed) by machinery. For domes, rectangles and other polygonal shapes, a sheet of plastic is heated to the point of pliability and then subject to a punch or a mold that gives the plastic its final shape. In the case of custom-formed plastic covers, a special mold is made that exaggerates the contours of the product to be packaged. Heated plastic is then formed against this mold, which allows the plastic to closely fit the contours of the items they seal. The backing of blister packaging can be a plastic or cardboard sheet, or, as is often the case in the packaging of snack food like gum, a thin piece of aluminum foil can be adhered to the plastic.

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