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Dosator TT

Cost efficient: Lab table unit for dosing and testing minimum quantities of powder (manually)

Description

The Dosator TT is used in the lab during the development or design process of dosing formats for production. Even the smallest powder quantities (of approx. 500 mg or more) are sufficient for initial filling tests. The unit is intended for determining fill quantities by leveling the dosing piston, the powder bed and the position and diameter of the dosing piston.

Benefits
  • Fast determination of product attributes
  • Precise design of size parts
  • Binding definition of processes and their parameters
  • Cost-effective production of sample caps
  • Reproducible, comparable trials
  • Can be retooled for tamping pins or dosing drum
Lab device used to determine attributes of powder

Easy determination of the optimum dosing method, dosing parameters and dosing formats: The Dosator TT is intended for capsule filling based on the lab standard.

Technical data
  • Dosing volume: 20 - 1,000 mm³
  • Dosing range: 10 - 500 mg
  • Particle size: 60 - 150 µm
  • Residual amount: approx. 150 ml
  • Output: approx. 5 dosings/min.*
  • * Depending on product and operator
Final products
  • Capsules
  • Vials
  • Stainless steel vials

Machine features

Minimum quantities of powder can be filled into cavities or capsules using various dosing methods.

Micro-dosing

A variety of dosing methods allows the dosing of minimal quantities of powder. Depending on the quality, methods such as diaphragm filling, tamping pin, pipette or drum filling are used.

Filling pharmaceutical solid ingredients in capsules requires precise dosing methods.

Filling capsules

Various systems for capsule filling allow the dosing of powders, pellets, tablets, micro-tablets, powder blends, active ingredients or liquids. It is even possible to dose capsules into capsules.

A dosing machine fills inhaler reservoirs with powder.

Filling the reservoir

Some dry powder inhalers include a powder reservoir for a pre-defined number of dosages. In production, the defined quantity of active ingredients is mostly filled using an auger filler, but it can also be filled in the lab by means of other dosing methods.

Micro-dosing is applied to fill blister cavities with active ingredients.

Filling blisters

The powder filling module of the Pipette TT allows blisters for DPI inhalers to be filled with active ingredient powder.

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Harro Höfliger Verpackungsmaschinen GmbH
Helmholtzstraße 4, 71573 Allmersbach im Tal, Germany