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Trevor Higgins is Director at I Holland.
Adopting a seven-step process resolves tableting problems.
Poor tooling condition can cause many tableting problems, but these problems can be minimized or eliminated by adopting a simple, seven-step tool-care process. The “seven-step process” is a logical, planned, and professional approach to tooling maintenance and storage that has been adopted by many companies around the world as a standard operating procedure.
The seven steps are summarized as follows:
Application of the seven-step process will have a direct impact on the reduction of many common tablet and tooling problems, thus resulting in a better quality tablet, and can provide direct cost saving for the tablet manufacturer.
For examples of how the seven-step process can be applied to real tooling problems, read the article by Trevor Higgins in the upcoming February 2013 issue of Pharmaceutical Technology.
—Trevor Higgins is a technical expert at I Holland, tel: +44 (0)115 9726153