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Pharmaceutical Technology
Volume 34, Issue 4, pp. 128-135



Capsule filler
MG America offers its continuous-motion Planeta capsule filler achieves an output of 100,000 capsules/h. The Planeta has a modular design that allows for different dosing units to be fitted simultaneously for filling powders, pellets, microtablets, tablets, liquids, or herbal products in single or multiple doses and combinations. MG America, Fairfield, NJ http://www.mgamerica.com/ tel. 973.808.8185



Vacuum conveyor
Vac-U-Max has introduced a vacuum conveyor for capsules, gel caps, and coated tablets. The device conveys 2500 units/min and gently delivers the product to the capsule-filling or packaging machine. The system conveys the product to the process without damaging it or separating the empty caps. Vac-U-Max, Belleville, NJ http://www.vac-umax.com/ tel. 800.VAC.U.MAX



Fluid-bed dryer bags
Shaffer Products manufactures fluid-bed dryer bags for the pharmaceutical industry. The company offers various static-conductive fabrics in woven and screen cloths. Shaffer has introduced a range of innovative fabrics that combine submicrometer-level filtration with static conductivity and exceptional powder release. Shaffer Products, Union, NJ http://www.shafferproducts.com/ tel. 800.992.5684



Data logger
The Series DLP data logger records pressure and temperature in harsh and hazardous locations. The -in. fitting allows the logger to be adapted to most pressure fittings. The internal temperature sensor provides accurate temperature measurements without the need of a separate temperature recorder. The logger can store more than 16,000 measurements per channel. Dwyer Instruments, Michigan City, IN http://www.dwyer-inst.com/ tel. 800.872.9141


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