Jury Recognizes four Products from Schreiner Group
FINAT Awards: Schreiner MediPharm and Schreiner ProTech Each Win Recognition for Two Developments
“Receiving awards for four products is a sensational success for our two business units Schreiner MediPharm and Schreiner ProTech, and tremendous confirmation of our continuous striving for innovation. Without the dedication and focused commitment of our employees these awards would not have been achievable. That is why my sincere appreciation goes to everyone involved in this success,” says Roland Schreiner, President and CEO of Schreiner Group.
Schreiner MediPharm: FINAT Award for Incontinence Sensor and Functional Label
First place in the “Innovation & Electronic Printing” category went to Schreiner MediPharm’s newly developed incontinence sensor. Extremely delicate and highly flexible printed conductive lines are attached to the inside of adult diapers, thus enabling moisture due to incontinence to be indicated and tracked. The analysis of the data captured this way assists nursing homes and hospitals in providing the best possible care to patients and optimizing the related processes.
In the “Pharmaceutical Products” category, the Pharma-Comb functional label with ten detachable label parts came out on top. It simplifies documentation and tracing of medications in the patient’s medical records. The label features a sophisticated multi-layer design and is suitable even for medicine containers with small radii. It offers ample space for product information, while the detachable labels may be supplemented with handwritten information as needed. Convenient starter tabs facilitate peeling off the label parts even with gloves.
Schreiner ProTech: Chip Protection Film and CLF with Fingerprint Effect
As the best product in the “Innovation” category the FINAT judging panel recognized Schreiner ProTech’s Color Laser Film, a label for tamper-proof vehicle identification featuring a fingerprint effect. Embedded in the label’s adhesive are lumogens—for instance in the form of a logo or word trademark—that migrate into a vehicle’s coat of paint. Illegal removal of the label from a vehicle can be proven under UV light.
First place in the “Security” category went to a protective film for microchips on printed circuit boards. It prevents damage to the small sensors by solder splash during the solder bath or reflow process. The protective film resists short-term exposure to temperatures of 260° C and can be non-residually removed after the reflow process.
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