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Announcement

MySTYL'One

April 14, 2022

Material Characterization with an Extended Dwell Time Compression Profile on STYL'One Nano

MySTYL'One user exclusive!

New bulletin available on using the extended dwell time compression profile on STYL'One Nano. Evaluate your powder viscoelasticity / viscoplasticity and study the mechanical behavior of your powders.

#bulletin #Dwell Time #viscoelasticity #viscoplasticity #compression profiling

Announcement

MySTYL'One

April 14, 2022

Advantages of Mannitol in Pharmaceutical Granulation Processes - A Comparison of Different Polymorphic Forms

MySTYL'One user exclusive!

New bulletin available on binding and tableting properties standard crystallized mannitol in β-polymorphic form for use with wet granulation. A comparison of different polymorphic forms.

#bulletin #Dwell Time #viscoelasticity #viscoplasticity #compression profiling

Press review

MySTYL'One

Jan. 9, 2022

Characterization of tableting speed-dependent deformation properties of active pharmaceutical ingredients in powder mixtures using out-of-die method

The paper highlights an evaluation method to determine the effect of speed during tableting on the compression properties of pharmaceutical powders (APIs mixed with excipients).

Different tests were conducted to determine viscoelasticity, stress relaxation, followed by compaction on both STYL’One compaction simulator and a rotary press. Results show that the sensitivity of the out-of-die SRS was higher than that of in-die SRS.


Full results available in the paper, head to the “Papers” section of...

The paper highlights an evaluation method to determine the effect of speed during tableting on the compression properties of pharmaceutical powders (APIs mixed with excipients).

Different tests were conducted to determine viscoelasticity, stress relaxation, followed by compaction on both STYL’One compaction simulator and a rotary press. Results show that the sensitivity of the out-of-die SRS was higher than that of in-die SRS.


Full results available in the paper, head to the “Papers” section of MySTYL'One (members only).

#scale-up #viscoelasticity #'strain rate sensitivity' #'tableting speed' #'out-of-die' #'compression'

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