Downloads

  1. K-PH-ML-D5-KT20: Twin Screw Loss-In-Weight Feeder/Feeders
    8/6/2007
    Product Sheet: K-PH-ML-D5-KT20: Twin Screw Loss-In-Weight Feeder/Feeders
  2. K-PH-CL-SFS-KT20: Twin Screw Loss-In-Weight Feeder/Feeders
    8/6/2007
    Product Sheet: K-PH-CL-SFS-KT20: Twin Screw Loss-In-Weight Feeder/Feeders
  3. K-PH-MV-KT35: Twin Screw Volumetric Pharmaceutical Feeder/Feeders
    8/6/2007
    Product Sheet: K-PH-MV-KT35: Twin Screw Volumetric Pharmaceutical Feeder/Feeders
  4. K-PH-MV-KT20: Twin Screw Volumetric Pharmaceutical Feeder/Feeders
    8/6/2007
    Product Sheet: K-PH-MV-KT20: Twin Screw Volumetric Pharmaceutical Feeder/Feeders
  5. K-PH-CV-KT20: Twin Screw Volumetric Pharmaceutical Feeder/Feeders
    8/6/2007
    Product Sheet: K-PH-CV-KT20: Twin Screw Volumetric Pharmaceutical Feeder/Feeders
  6. Application Example: Milling And Micronization Of Pharmaceutical Powders
    8/6/2007
    Application Example: Milling And Micronization Of Pharmaceutical Powders
  7. Conveying Through Conical Screen Mills
    8/6/2007

    Conical Screen Mills (also referred to as Cone Mills) are gentle size reduction mills which are often used to precondition the material prior to its entry into a process, either by delumping or coarse size reduction. Vacuum conveying is often used to move material through the conical screen mill, help improve overall throughput of the process, contain dust or exposure, and also to assist in improvement of end product quality. Submitted by K-Tron Process Group

  8. Application Example: Pharmaceutical Dispensary Applications
    8/6/2007
    Application Example: Pharmaceutical Dispensary Applications
  9. Application Note: Tablet Press Lubrication
    8/6/2007
    Application Note: Tablet Press Lubrication
  10. Tablet Press Lubrication
    8/6/2007
    Control of the precise amount of lubricant into the process is critical to the overall product quality. If too much lubricant is added the tablet can often become softer than required. This becomes critical in the making of effervescent tablets, where excessive magnesium stearate can actually cause the tablet to repel water, thus affecting the dissolution into water. Submitted by K-Tron Process Group