Gamlen Tableting will be exhibiting at the forthcoming American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting and Exposition (AAPS 2016), 13th-17th November, at the Colorado Convention Center, Denver (Booth Number 868).
We will be demonstrating Gamlen Tableting’s new manufacturability protocol which utilises data captured by the Gamlen D Series Powder Compaction Analyzer to determine whether a powder will make a good tablet. This straightforward assessment of powder properties requires just 15-25 tablets that are compressed under tightly controlled conditions using the Gamlen D Series instrument.
In addition, Gamlen Tableting will be presenting seven posters at AAPS 2016 on a range of topics including: applications of the manufacturability protocol, the relationship between material and tablet properties, the effect of dwell time on tablet compressibility and the measurement of elastic recovery during and after tablet compression.
Gamlen Tableting offers a range of easy-to-use bench top compaction instruments that are computer-controlled and designed for industry researchers and academics to safely explore the impact of materials and process variables on powder compaction and tablet manufacture.
For further information about the Gamlen Tableting range of powder compaction analyzers and tablet presses visit our instrument pages or telephone Gamlen Tableting Limited on: +44 (0)115 912 4271 to arrange a demonstration.