News | July 26, 2017

Natoli Engineering Company Now Offers Plastic Media For Automated Polishing

Source: Natoli Engineering Company, Inc.
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Natoli Engineering Company, Inc. announces an addition to their Tablet Compression Accessories Catalog—PolyPlus® and PolyPlus Prime® plastic media for use with automated polishing systems.

Natoli strives to offer solutions to customer problems in every area of the tablet compression process. If you are using drag finishing (automated polishing), plastic media offers an alternative to traditional walnut shell based media.

Why Plastic?
"We're seeing a lot more interest in the plastic media, especially from pharmaceutical companies," says Cory Terry, Natoli's Parts and Accessories Catalog Manager. "With rising concerns over allergens, plastic media is the ideal solution for an alternative to traditional walnut shell media." Additionally, when compared to walnut shell media, plastic media creates minimal dust during the polishing process, can be used many times over, and can even eliminate the need for a vacuum system.

Product Details
Both varieties of plastic media— PolyPlus® (Type II) and PolyPlus Prime®—are sized 40/60 mil spec and come in 50lb (22.68 kg) boxes. The plastic has been thoroughly tested for quality assurance, and Natoli offers Material Safety Data Sheets on both. The PolyPlus Prime® media is made from 100% “virgin” urea resin, and does not contain the residue-causing calcium carbonate typically found in other plastics, making it ideal for pharmaceutical use.

For more information, visit at https://natoli.com/.

About Natoli
Natoli is the innovative, global leader in tablet compression tooling manufacturing with a network of sales representatives worldwide. Family owned and headquartered in St. Charles, Missouri, USA, Natoli offers customers a multitude of products and services, including tablet compression tooling, production and R&D tablet presses, replacement parts for most major tablet press brands, tablet press accessories, tablet design software, technical training, metallurgy studies and more.

SOURCE: Natoli Engineering Company, Inc.

Natoli Engineering Company, Inc.