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FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Comparative Evaluation Of Automated Flash Chromatography And Preparative HPLC For Bench-Scale Purification Of A Broad Range Of Sample Types
    Comparative Evaluation Of Automated Flash Chromatography And Preparative HPLC For Bench-Scale Purification Of A Broad Range Of Sample Types

    The goal of a purification chemist is to deliver suitable quantities of high purity compounds in the shortest possible time. Two of the most popular purification techniques are Automated Flash Column Chromatography (AFCC) and Preparative HPLC. Traditionally, AFCC is characterized by the ability to load large amounts of material and has short purification times, while Prep HPLC is valued for high resolution separations resulting in very pure products. As a result, AFCC is often used as a preliminary technique whereby the crude sample is pre-purified before final high resolution purification using Prep HPLC. By Bopanna N.K., Chitra Sundararajan, and Mark Jacyno

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WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES

  • 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.

  • How To Increase Regulatory Flexibility And Tablet Production Efficiency
    How To Increase Regulatory Flexibility And Tablet Production Efficiency

    The goal of every pharmaceutical developer is to create quality products which generate consumer satisfaction, require low cost, and have low risk. Quality starts from the moment of conception of an idea and continues throughout production.

  • 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>

     

  • Fundamentals Of Spray-Dried Dispersion Technology
    Fundamentals Of Spray-Dried Dispersion Technology

    A common problem statement in the pharmaceutical industry is low oral bioavailability of drug candidates with poor aqueous solubility. The literature suggests that a significant majority of new drug candidates are in the Biopharmaceutics Classification System (BCS) class II and IV space, which includes compounds that are dissolution rate, solubility or permeability limited to absorption, or all three. As portfolios across the industry are increasingly focused on these compounds, the need for enabling technologies continues to grow.

  • The Importance Of Steel Quality In Tablet Compression Tooling
    The Importance Of Steel Quality In Tablet Compression Tooling

    Steel quality is the summation of how well a steel meets its specified chemistry, the cleanliness of the steel or degree to which it is free of impurities or inclusion, homogeneity of the microstructure, grain/carbide size and in some instances if it meets the mechanical requirements for that particular steel.

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PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Used Pharma 14 Cubic Foot Tote Bin

Used Pharma 14 Cubic Foot Tote Bin

One (1) used 14 cu ft tote bin, stainless steel construction, approximately 44" x 52" x 5" straight side x 36" cone bottom, 10" bottom outlet with manual butterfly valve, 18" top port.

Used Pharma 50 Cubic Foot Conecraft Tote Bin

Used Pharma 50 Cubic Foot Conecraft Tote Bin

One (1) used 50 cu ft ConeCraft tote bin, stainless steel construction, approximately 44" x 52" x 24" straight side x 36" cone bottom, 10" bottom outlet, 18" top port, provision for fork lift access, serial# CC08068-08, built in 2008.

Used Pharma GEA Buck Bulk Container/Bin

Used Pharma GEA Buck Bulk Container/Bin

One (1) used 50 cu ft(approx 1500 liter) GEA Buck tote bin, stainless steel construction, approximately 44" x 52" x 24" straight sidex 36" cone bottom, 8" bottom outlet with pneumatic butterfly valve, 18" top port, provision for fork lift access, serial# G1818-A01-005, built 2004.

Used LB Bohle 600 Liter Pharma Bin

Used LB Bohle 600 Liter Pharma Bin

One (1) used 600 liter LB Bohle bin, 316L stainless steel construction, 8" outlet with pneumatically operated butterfly valve, serial# 92186202.

Used GEA Gallay Bulk Container/Bin

Used GEA Gallay Bulk Container/Bin

One (1) used 70 cu ft(approx 2000 liter) GEA Gallay tote bin, stainless steel construction, approximately 44" x 52" x 44" straight sidex 36" cone bottom, 8" bottom outlet, 18" top port, provision for fork lift access, serial# G1697-A01-001, built 2001.

Pharmaceutical Diaphragm Valve

Pharmaceutical Diaphragm Valve

Bürkert Fluid Control Systems presents a completely new body type for diaphragm valves that is particularly aimed at applications in hygienic environments. The bodies, manufactured through the use of a patented manufacturing procedure, so-called hydroforming technology, satisfy the highest requirements imposed on materials and cleanability. With a lightweight, sustainable, and hygienic design the tube valve bodies are unique and compensate the weaknesses of forged and cast valve bodies.

Used Korsch Pharma 10 Station Tablet Press

Used Korsch Pharma 10 Station Tablet Press

One (1) used Korsch rotary tablet press, model XL100, 10 station removable turret, B tooled, keyed upper punch guides, 60KN compression pressure with 15 kn pre compression, gravity feed design with hopper, 16mm max tablet diameter, rated up to 1000 tablets/minute, 2.2 kw, 220 volt motor, with on board controls, serial# K1510033.

Used GlobePharma 10 Station Pharma Tablet Press

Used GlobePharma 10 Station Pharma Tablet Press

One (1) used GlobePharma rotary tablet press, model Minipress, 10 station, 3 ton main compression, 1 ton pre compression, 16 mm max tablet diameter, 17 mm max depth of fill, keyed upper punch guides, with force feeder attachment and gravity feed frame attachment, feed hopper, speeds up to 21600 tablets/hour throughput with external control panel.

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