Roller Compaction

October 20, 2015

L.B. Bohle rounds off the comprehensive offer of granulation solutions with the dry granulator series BRC 25 and 100.

 

 

Bohle BRC dry granulator

 

Easy handling, continuous production and a small footprint are the typical features with which Bohle now covers the comprehensive portfolio of wet and dry granulation.
L.B. Bohle rounds off the comprehensive offer of granulation solutions with the dry granulator series BRC25 and 100.
In the dry granulator powders are processed into fluid granules. The objective in the pharmaceutical industry is to process a granule with defined density or porosity for immediate tableting thereafter.
Easy control, easy cleaning and fewer edges, screws and angles - these are the essential features of the BRC.
Especially the control of the pressing force via standard hydraulic systems constitutes a great problem, when the process is to comply with "hygienic design". The electro-mechanical batch can solve this problem.
With the Bohle BRC, frequent axis adjustment as with traditional roller compactors is a thing of the past. The axes are mechanically stable so that elastic deformation is prevented. This eliminates the need for complete axes control. Moreover, the BRC is low maintenance. When cleaning is required, only four screws must be removed. Bohle engineers also reduced the footprint. Further advantages of the BRC are the identical roller geometry and control in both machines allowing easy scale-up.

 

Contact Details :
Marketing Manager
Tobias Borgers
t.borgers@lbbohle.de
+49 2524 – 9323 0
www.lbbohle.com