Successful hands-on technical seminar about Continuous Direct Compression
Sewell, New Jersey (June 2016) — Coperion K-Tron, along with Fette Compacting, Glatt Air Technologies, QdB Process Technologies and C-SOPS recently joined forces to present this interactive seminar that included technical presentations, testing demonstrations and also a live working demonstration of a completely integrated direct compression line.
The unique and one-of-a-kind seminar, giving attendees the opportunity to actively participate, was conducted at Rutgers University’s Pharmaceutical Research Center in Piscataway, New Jersey on Tuesday, May 17, 2016.
Attendees were educated about subjects such as Continuous Feeding and Proportioning, Continuous Refill Operations, Continuous Mixing, Tablet Press Operations, Process Design and Integration and PAT technologies. Additional sessions were offered on Wednesday May 18, 2016 to attendees who wished to take part in a second day of training. Topics such as continuous dry granulation, drying, and wet granulation and in-depth focus discussions covering “NIR in Tabletting” were covered on day two.
Future seminars are in the planning stage, which will focus on topics of continuous granulation (wet and dry) and hot melt extrusion. If you are interested in further information or would like to be included in future seminars like this one, please contact Ms. Sharon Nowak (856) 256-3119 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coperion K-Tron (www.coperionktron.com) is a business unit of Coperion (www.coperion.com) and is a global leader and single source supplier of material handling and feeding systems. Coperion K-Tron has defined the leading edge of technology for material handling and feeding applications in the process industries.
Coperion (www.coperion.com) is the international market and technology leader in compounding systems, feeding technology, bulk materials handling systems and services. Coperion designs, develops, manufactures and maintains systems, machines and components for the plastics, chemicals, pharmaceutical, food and minerals industries. Within its four divisions – Compounding & Extrusion, Equipment & Systems, Material Handling and Service – Coperion has 2,500 employees and nearly 40 sales and service companies worldwide.