Weiler Engineering, Inc.

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1395 Gateway Drive
Elgin, IL 60124
About Weiler Engineering, Inc.
  • Weiler Engineering, Inc. is America's leading provider of aseptic custom packaging for pharmaceutical and healthcare applications. Continuous innovation and incorporation of the latest technological advances in equipment design and systems assure our customers of the highest level of quality in the production of sterile liquid products.

    Since 1959, Weiler has brought innovation in design, development, technology, validation and regulatory science to each project. We are committed to the highest standards of excellence and to further expanding our products and systems to enhance patient care.
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Products by Weiler Engineering, Inc.
  • ASEP-TECH Systems Blow/Fill/Seal Machines

    ASEP-TECH® Blow/Fill/Seal machines are designed and manufactured by Weiler Engineering, Inc. in Elgin, Illinois. Our team is dedicated to the highest performance standards in the design and development of Blow/Fill/Seal packaging systems. This unique combination of world-class engineering,... Read more
White Papers by Weiler Engineering, Inc.
  • Recent Technical Advancements in Blow-Fill-Seal Technology By

    Blow-fill-seal technology, originally developed in Europe in the 1930s and introduced in the US in the 1960s, has emerged as a preferred method for aseptic packaging of pharmaceutical and healthcare products due to unrivalled flexibility in container design, overall product quality, product... Read more