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Mixing, Granulating, Drying and Coating

DIOSNA presents a compact, closed granulation line in "Rapid Change" design.

It is a complete system for mixing, granulating and drying of pharmaceutical products in the field of R&D and clinical samples.

Interchangeable product containers of different sizes from 10l to 80l are available. The system can be designed for containment applications. All current PAT systems can be integrated. A stainless steel wall in which the HMI is implemented, builds the border to the technical area. This improves the accessibility of technical components for maintenance and reduces cleanroom space.

The exhibit can be seen at the Interpack (Düsseldorf) Hall 3/E01.

Contact: Markus Nowak, Product Manager, Pharma Systems
+49 (0)541 33104-814

Diosna Dierks & Söhne GmbH
Am Tie 23
49086 Osnabrűck
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