The optimization and scale-up of high shear granulation
This article explains how an inline probe was used to monitor a granulation at three different scales to confirm that, in each case, the granules produced were the same size, and more importantly produced tablets of identical quality as quantified by hardness.
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The first step in producing optimized granules for tableting is the wet granulation itself which produces agglomerates that range from a few hundred microns to several millimeters in diameter. These are typically wet milled prior to drying in a fluidized bed dryer. Subsequent milling of a dried particles produces a closely specified granular feed for the tablet press.
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