The Capsule Machine is the best home capsule filling machine on the market.
The Capsule Machine- Automatically joins and ejects filled capsules
- Faster and easier to use than other products
- Fills 24 capsules in just a few minutes!
The capsule machine, 00 size.
Fill Your Own Capsules
- Make your own custom mixes with your own ingredients
- Use quality and fresh raw ingredients
- Save money by filling yourself
- Avoid use of binders or excipients
The only materials of The Capsule Machine that are in contact with food are ABS and Delrin Acetal plastics.
ABS plastic material adheres to requirements regarding contact with food and drinking water, which have been established by the Food and Drug Administration, the Federal Health Office, the den Regulations of the British Plastics Organization, and the Bedarfsgegenständeverordnung as well as other national and international regulations. ABS has good chemical and stress-cracking resistance to inorganic salt solutions, alkalis, mineral acids (except strong oxidizing acids), and some mineral, vegetable, and animal oils. Petroleum-based oils, solvents, and paints SHOULD NOT BE USED, as they will cause the material to craze. There is a possibility that the plastic can be damaged by powders with a high oil content of eugenol. Eugenol is an essential oil that is contained in herbs such as cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon and bay leaf.
The two springs of The Capsule Machine are made of Delrin Acetal plastic. This material adheres to the regulations established by the Food and Drug Administration for repeated contact with food and the regulations established by The National Sanitation Foundation for use in drinkable water.
The spreader card included with all capsule machines is made of PVC.
Made in the USA
While The Capsule Machine is made to fill powders, many customers have used it for years to fill liquids. Note that water causes the capsule material to soften and dissolve. So any capsules filled with a liquid that contains water must be consumed promptly.
You will need to use a dropper to fill the capsules individually. After finishing the encapsulating process, you may want to keep the filled capsules at a cool temperature. This will make most liquids thicker and less runny – making it less probable that there will be leakage where the body and top of the capsule are joined together.