Mixing of Pharmaceutical Pellets

Increasing demands on patient safety and reducing manufacturing costs have driven the pharmaceutical industry to adopt a new manufacturing paradigm: Continuous manufacturing. In order to implement it, all batch unit operations must be converted to their continuous equivalent and raw material feeding issues must be resolved. The unit operation most commonly needed is done in […]

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Regrind – Recycled Plastic Pellets

Recycled plastic pellets and regrind are one of the easiest, most cost-efficient ways to reduce carbon footprints, while at the same time saving money. A large amount of plastics can be recycled, not all of which can be reused by the original manufacturer in a closed loop program. The Process Recyclable plastics are first sorted […]

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Pharmaceutical Pellets – A Versatile Carrier for Oral Controlled Delivery of Drugs

During recent years, considerable energy and expense have been paid to devise methods for producing dosage forms having unique morphologies in order to fulfill various requirements for utilizing a variety of medicinal substances. Drug loaded spherical multi-particulates, also known as pellets, are one such dosage form. Pellets have been extensively investigated to develop controlled and […]

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Formulation of enteric-coated Pellets

Formulation of enteric-coated Pellets Pellets are spheres of varying diameter depending on application and client need. Applications are found not only in the pharmaceutical industry but also in the agribusiness (e.g., fertilizer, fish food) and in the polymer industry. In the pharmaceutical industry, Pellets can be defined as small, free-flowing, spherical particulates manufactured by the agglomeration of fine […]

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