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FEATURED ARTICLES

  • 3 Growth Opportunities For Drug Delivery
    3 Growth Opportunities For Drug Delivery

    Where will tomorrow’s drug delivery opportunities come from? Advances in science and technology are opening the door for innovative treatment options and novel delivery mechanisms. At the same time, the integration of advanced analytics and sensor technologies is enabling the development of drug delivery devices that are smarter, more automated, and more connected than ever before.

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WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES

  • Improving Suspendibility Of A Water- Insoluble API For Oral Suspension
    Improving Suspendibility Of A Water- Insoluble API For Oral Suspension

    To improve the suspendibility of a water- insoluble active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) in a sorbitol- based reconstitutable powder for oral suspension formulation using two novel excipients Sentry™Polyox™WSR N80, NF (polyethylene oxide) and Avicel CL-611® NF (microcrystalline cellulose/carboxymethylcellulose sodium).

  • Comparative Human <em>in-vivo</em> Study And The Impact Of The Dissolution Rate On Bioequivalence
    Comparative Human in-vivo Study And The Impact Of The Dissolution Rate On Bioequivalence

    Rapid and consistent in-vivo drug dissolution is critical for drug absorption. In-vitro dissolutions tests are used to predict in-vivo disintegration and dissolution properties of drug products. The in-vitro disintegration and dissolution times of tablets and capsules can vary significantly based on their composition and processing.

  • Using QbD For Process Optimization Of A Novel Oral Solid Dosage Form
    Using QbD For Process Optimization Of A Novel Oral Solid Dosage Form

    As stated in the International Conference on Harmonisation Harmonised Tripartite Guidance on Pharmaceutical Development, ICH Q8 (R2), “The aim of pharmaceutical development is to design a quality product and its manufacturing process to consistently deliver the intended performance of the product.”1 Several tools are available as guidance issued by FDA such as “Quality Systems Approach to cGMP Manufacturing”2 that includes ideas such as Quality by Design (QbD) in the development process. This guidance, amongst others, lay the framework for expectations of regulatory reviewers in their examination of client submittal documentation.

  • Modular Facility Design: A Cost-Effective Option In The Post-Blockbuster Drug Era
    Modular Facility Design: A Cost-Effective Option In The Post-Blockbuster Drug Era

    The pharmaceutical industry has undergone a sea of change in recent years as manufacturers have adapted to the end of the era of large-volume production of mass-market blockbuster drugs. With firms now focusing in on subpopulations of patients, there is a need for lean, adaptable facilities that can switch quickly between multiple products in multiple formats. Modular facilities can meet this need. While not a panacea, for the right project characteristics, ‘Modularity in Design’ can deliver significant and quantifiable long-term value.

  • The Effect Of Tablet Porosity On Dissolution
    The Effect Of Tablet Porosity On Dissolution

    Porosity is a characteristic that influences many of the critical quality attributes of finished pharmaceutical products. Porosity can help predict deformation properties during compression, pharmacokinetic behavior within the body, shelf life, moisture penetration, and bioavailability.

  • Excipients: The Unsung Heroes Of Pharmaceuticals
    Excipients: The Unsung Heroes Of Pharmaceuticals

    <p>Excipients are often described as inactive ingredients that assist in the delivery and processing of the active pharmaceutical ingredients. Although this is true, excipients have a much larger influence on final product performance than the term &ldquo;inactive ingredient&rdquo; suggests. In fact, choosing the right excipients is a key determinant of the quality and functionality of a pharmaceutical product.</p>

     

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PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Nutritional Tablet Manufacturing Equipment Nutritional Tablet Manufacturing Equipment

Natoli Engineering Company, Inc. provides high quality tablet compression tooling, presses, parts, accessories, and services to the nutritional / vitamin supplement industry. With more than 40 years of industry experience, we are uniquely qualified to meet your tableting needs.

High Performance Tablet Deduster: KD7035 High Performance Tablet Deduster: KD7035

High performance tablet deduster for largest dedusting capacities equipped with the latest technology combined with a metal detector by Ceia or Lock. Tablets are dedusted and conveyed with our unique acceleration control and helix in the most sensitive way.

Tablet Deduster For Research Applications: Model E80-N Tablet Deduster For Research Applications: Model E80-N

Ideal for production of middle-sized charges and research applications.

Diverter For Tablets And Capsules: KV2010 Diverter For Tablets And Capsules: KV2010

Manual 2-way diverter used for continuous filling of containers with tablets or capsules.

Pharmaceutical Roller Compactor: PP 150 C Pharmaceutical Roller Compactor: PP 150 C

Compaction and granulation machine for the chemical industry.
The Alexanderwerk PP 150 C is especially designed as a machine which meets the highest requirements and standards of the chemical industry. As the smallest Alexanderwerk model for the chemical sector it provides a roller diameter of 150 mm and a roller width of 75 mm. With a throughput up to 400 kg/h the PP 150 C can be used in a test center, for the research and development as well as for the production.

R&D Tablet Coater: SolidLab 2 R&D Tablet Coater: SolidLab 2

Easy scale-up
The Solidlab 2 laboratory machine handles batch sizes from 0.25 to 12 kilograms in laboratory scale. The different modules use a common periphery and are constructed like full scale production machines. This enables an easy scale-up of all production parameters.

Laboratory Tablet Coater: SolidLab 1 Laboratory Tablet Coater: SolidLab 1

The Solidlab 1 laboratory machine processes batch sizes from 0.05 to 1 kilograms and is the equivalent for the highest performance in the smallest space. The plant supports you in developing your products and in examining your recipes. All important parameters and results are recorded by the software, and changes are documented. This makes the Solidlab 1 the ideal solution for your feasibility studies.

Large Scale Tablet Coating System: XL Cota 750 Large Scale Tablet Coating System: XL Cota 750

The Manesty XL Cota 750 is designed for larger batch production and has the same proven benefits in operation as the smaller 150 and 350 sizes. Dependability and reliability are key attributes for this size of batch and with a proven installed base, the XL Cota 750 is again ideally suited for all tablet coating requirements. With segmented drum technology the efficient coating of pellets and seed API’s is also possible.
 

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