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Advances in tableitng technology

  1. 1. BYSAMEERA(M-PHARMACY)PULLA REDDY INSTITUTE OFPHARMACY
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION Tablets are oral solid dosage forms of medicinal substances usually prepared with the aid of suitable pharmaceutical adjuvants. Recent trends in tablet technology reduce the manual input and performing the processvalidation of each unit operation thus ensuringenhance product quality and process reliability.
  3. 3.  Advancement in the material Handling Technology. Advancement in Raw Materials. Advancement in Granulation Technology. Advancement in Equipment Technology.
  4. 4.  Advancement in Compression Technology. Advancement in Tablet Coating Materials. Advancement in the Tablet Coating Techniques. Advancement in Coating EquipmentTechnology.
  5. 5. Advancement in the material Handling Technology Disadvantages of Traditional manual handling of the materials is expensive, unsafe , delay in production & loss of material which ultimately affects product output. Advancement in the material handling can be explained by the case of MERCK SHARP & DOHME CO. which employs 3 storey building and 3 operational columns.
  6. 6.  Material is transferred to the top by vacuumtransfer systems and it is allow to flow under gravity through operational columns during which materials are processed for various unit operations ELLI-LILLY & Co. utilizes drive less trains to convey raw materials and vacuum powder transfer mechanism
  7. 7. Advancement in Raw Materials Recent trends in technology direct the material science to affect the flow properties & compressibility in order to get a directly compressible vehicle or multiple use excipients. So as to avoid multiple steps involved in the tablet manufacturing & subsequently to have one or two step technology. Ready to use co-processed blends for direct compression are available. Ex;-Indipress cellatose, Pharmatose DCL 40.
  8. 8.  Commercially available ready-to-use co- processed blends are listed in the below table.Tablet Excipients Trade Name CompositionFiller/disintegrant Avicel Microcrystalline celluloseFiller/disintegrant Elcema Micro fine celluloseFiller/disintegrant Sta-Rx 1500 Directly compressible starch Filler/binder Dipac 97% sucrose + 3% modified dextrins Filler/binder Emdex/cellutab 90-92% dextrose + 3-5% maltose
  9. 9. 1. Pneumatic Dry Granulation (PDG)2. Freeze granulation Technology3. Foamed Binder Technologies (FBT)4. Melt Granulation Technology5. Steam Granulation6. Moisture Activated Dry Granulation (MADG)7. Thermal Adhesion Granulation Process (TAGP)
  10. 10. 1. Pneumatic Dry Granulation (PDG)A novel dry method for automatic or semi- automatic production of granules . Pneumatic Dry Granulation Replaces Wet Granulation to overcome the disadvantages of Wet Granulation.
  11. 11.  Swedish Ceramic Institute (SCI) has adopted and developed an alternative technique – freeze granulation (FG). It enables preservation of the homogeneity from suspension to dry granules. By spraying a powder suspension into liquid nitrogen, the drops (granules) are instantaneouslyfrozen.
  12. 12.  As the name suggests we will use foam binders such as METHOCEL polymers to improve binder distribution in the formulation mix and yields a remarkable array of processing advantages.A simple foam generation apparatus isused to incorporate air into a conventional watersoluble polymeric excipients binder such as METHOCEL hypromellose
  13. 13. 4. Melt Granulation Technology Principle of melt granulation:
  14. 14. Advancement in Equipment Technology Semiautomatic or fully automatic instrumentation system has been held in last decade to optimize each unit operation from granulation to compression. A. SPHERONIZERS B. MIXER-PROCESSOR &MIXER-GRANULATOR C. ALL-IN-ONE GRANULATION TECHNOLOGY
  15. 15. ADVANCEMENT IN COMPRESSION TECHNOLOGY OSDrC® OPTIDOSE TM (One-Step Dry-Coating) Single-step manufacturing opens the door to a host of new formulations• An innovative first-of-its-kind manufacturing process• Newly developed rotary punch tableting machine• Research and technical collaboration between pharmaceutical manufacturer and tableting machine manufacture
  16. 16. Outer layer forms sides and topActive pharmaceuticalingredientsform core Outer layer forms base
  17. 17. OSDrC® OPTIDOSETMtechnology:Broad Range of TabletOptions:● Bi-Layer Tablets● Dividable Tablets● IR/ER Combination Tablets● Combination Products(multiple API in single tablets)● Direct Compression OrallyDisintegrating Tablets (ODT)Pulsatile Release Tablets
  18. 18. Thomas Tablet Sentinel(TTS)Thomas Tablet Sentinel(TTS)-2Thomas Tablet Sentinel(TTS)-3PH-800 Automated Tablet productionsystem
  19. 19. A. FLUID BED OR AIR SUSPENSION COATINGB.COMPRESSION COATINGC. ELECTROSTATIC COATINGD. GELCAP (GELATIN COATED CAPSULE SHAPED TABLETS)
  20. 20.  Dria-coater, Hi-coater and Accelacoater. The Glatt-coater (cap. 25-1000 kg) isthe latest perforated pan coater to be introduced in the market. Auto coaters (Granscoater) are available withsoftware programmes and parameter settingProfiles.• NeoCota is the recent introduction of fullyautomated sugar and film coating system oftablets and pellets.
  21. 21. REFERENCES Remington.The science & practice of pharmacy,21st edition, vol-1. Leon Lachman,Lieberman AH,Kanig JL,the theory & practice of industrial pharmacy,4th edition. H.C.Ansel introduction to dosage forms. Michael E Aulton,Pharmaceutics science of dosage form design.2nd edition. Pharmaceutical dosage froms ,Tablets vol-1-3. Internet

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