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Making the Grade

The inefficiencies and quality risks posed by conventional multiple unit pellet system tablets in relation to process yield, productivity and batch content uniformity have been addressed by a new production method, says Jan Vogeleer from Courtoy.

Jan Vogeleer, Courtoy (June 2014)

Keywords: Multiple unit pellet system, Process yield, Particle segregation, Uniform blending, Out of specification concentration

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