Gamlen Tableting exhibiting at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) annual meeting 2016

Gamlen Tableting will be exhibiting at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) annual meeting, 23rd-27th July, California, USA. Tablets are the most widely used pharmaceutical dosage form, so understanding the fundamentals of compaction science is an important part of the educational process. Gamlen Tableting offers a range of…

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New GamTech video series launched

Gamlen Tableting has launched a new series of GamTech videos entitled “Tablet development made easy”. Accessible through the Gamlen Tableting website, the series will discuss the key principles of tableting, how to address common tableting issues and how to investigate the compaction process. Michael Gamlen, Gamlen Tableting, explains: “The first episode in the…

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Gamlen Tableting at 10th World Meeting on Pharmaceutics, Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology

Gamlen Tableting will be exhibiting at the 10th World Meeting on pharmaceutics, biopharmaceutics and pharmaceutical technology in Glasgow, 4th to 7th April. During the meeting, we will be demonstrating our range of ground-breaking powder compaction analyzers and laboratory tablet presses. Gamlen Tableting produces a range of instruments that are ideal for QbD…

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Accurate and reliable measurement of tablet detachment and ejection forces using Gamlen Tablet Press

by Michael Gamlen and Dipankar Dey at Gamlen Tableting Limited The effect of lubricant concentration on tabletability, tablet ejection and detachment can be evaluated using the Gamlen Tablet Press. Lubricant effectiveness rank order varies between materials; some materials are better lubricated by sodium stearyl fumarate than by magnesium stearate. Detachment…

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Influence of physicomechanical properties of starches on their tabletability – A multivariate analysis

Out of the six different grades of starches studied PURE-DENT® B830 and SPRESS® B818 showed better tabletability regardless of similar MC and amorphous nature. The better tabletability of these two starches might be attributed to their better plasticization due to loosely bound associated water, and low elastic recovery in the…

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