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



Powder-induction system
Ross's In-line SLIM system is designed to improve powder induction in a liquid stream. The system's rotor–stator generator includes progressive spiral porting, which produces high flow, high shear, and a high level of vacuum. This feature enables the system to operate without a pump and induct powders quickly. Charles Ross and Son, Hauppauge, NY http://www.highshearmixers.com/ tel. 800.243.ROSS



Vial-filling system
The compact MHI vial filler is designed to meet the specific needs of clinical and pilot production programs by offering a flexible platform in a compact package. The MHI unit can support various filling technologies, thus providing the versatility to explore different filling options on one machine. Bosch, Minneapolis, MN http://www.boschpharma-us.com/ tel. 763.424.4700



Tablet-coating platform
The Accela-Cota FLEX 500 tablet-coating platform features six exchangeable drums and provides an overall batch-size range of 50–820 L. Innovative gun positioning, a segmented exhaust plenum, and interchangeable mixing baffles configure the coater according to the requirements of the batch size and coating processes. Thomas Engineering, Hoffman Estates, IL http://www.thomaseng.com/ tel. 800.634.9910



Growth-media sterilization systems
ABC Actini manufactures and engineers a range of growth-media sterilization systems to meet stringent standards. The company's systems incorporate fully aseptic heat exchangers, single-pass systems, gravity drainability, high-purity seamless tubing, and a safe, indirect energy-recovery section. The systems are designed according to current good manufacturing practice and perform continuous treatment. ABC Actini, Lewis Run, PA http://www.abc-actini.com/ tel. 888.278.8544



Process valves
GEMÜ offers a broad range of aseptic diaphragm valves and multiport valves that comply with the US Food and Drug Administration's and the US Pharmacopeia's regulations. Automation options include communication and control modules that facilitate commissioning and optimize the diagnostic benefits of control-network architecture. GEMÜ Valves and Instrumentation, Atlanta, GA http://www.gemu.com/ tel. 678.553.3400


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