The SDM auger dosing unit fills vials, reservoirs and cartridges with powder. Its purpose is to verify the dosing of the powder and to produce the smallest sample quantities for lab tests. The dosing range can be adjusted variably with servo technology. The SDM can be operated as a standalone unit or as a setup model.
Standalone design of the SDM auger dosing unit for powder dosing in the lab.
Filling head of the SDM with powder container; the servo technology allows a variable adjustment of the dosing range.
Prepared cavities are placed in the product mounts and transported to the filling station. Minimum quantities of powder are filled at several filling stations within a specific clocking sequence. Dosing units with multiple, synchronized fill positions are used for higher outputs.
Some dry powder inhalers include a powder reservoir for a pre-defined number of dosages. Generally, the defined quantity of active ingredients is filled using an auger filler. Several filling spaces can be integrated to increase the output.
A gravimetric scale calculates the weight during the filling process. Once filling approaches the target weight, the output quantity is reduced and the filling process is continued via fine dosing until the pre-defined target weight is reached exactly. Fill-to-weight allows quick and precise dosing.
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